Roxhill Webinar: Life on the food and drink desks during Coronavirus

Roxhill Media Food & Drink Webinar, 31 March 2020




Join Karen Barnes - editor of delicious. magazine, Jay Rayner - restaurant critic and feature writer at The Observer, Tony Turnbull - food editor at The Times, and Tim Hayward - restaurant critic and food writer at the Financial Times for a discussion on:

Life on the food and drink desks during Coronavirus

Join our webinar with four leading national food and drink journalists and editors to discuss how they are dealing with coverage during the lockdown, and how you can best work with them.

Register for our webinar and participate in the chat, ask questions and gain insight into how you can be better prepared to pitch and secure coverage in the current climate.

The Speakers


Karen Barnes has been editor of delicious. since April 2010 and a journalist for over 20 years. To say she’s mad about food is an understatement. She put together her first (hand-written) magazine (complete with recipes and crossword) at age six and has been obsessively reading about food, cooking and writing recipes ever since.

Jay Rayner is the Observer's restaurant critic and a feature writer. His most recent book is My Last supper: One meal a lifetime in the making.

Tony Turnbull is the food editor of The Times, covering everything from news and features to restaurant reviews and recipe writing. He has written several cookbooks, both under his own name and in collaboration with celebrity chefs.

Tim Hayward is a writer, broadcaster, restaurateur and unrepentant food geek. He writes a column and criticises restaurants for the Financial Times and his features have appeared in the FT, Guardian, Observer Food Monthly, Delicious, Olive, Waitrose Food Illustrated and Saveur, amongst others.

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