Danny Leigh is the film critic of the Financial Times. As a journalist, he has written for the FT since 2012 and The Guardian since 1997, with a focus on the meeting points of film, culture and politics. He has also worked as a broadcaster, co-hosting BBC One's long-running Film show for seven years, and making TV and radio documentaries on subjects from boxing movies to the career of David Lynch to class in modern Britain. In the 2000s, he also wrote two novels published by Faber. He is now writing a third.
London Library Lit Fest: Science & Miscellaneous 5x15
To celebrate the London Library’s weird and wild heart, we've brought together five acclaimed speakers to share stories inspired by the Science and Miscellaneous section.