Feature Writer, The Times
Author, journalist, broadcaster, ex-pro cricketer
newstatesman.com — Ed Smith's "Left Field" column. This is a column about the relationship between the media and politics that will not, after this sentence, mention Leveson, nor express any view about regulations and charters. Instead, it asks - as I am asking myself as I write this - how journalists see themselves and what they consider to be their true vocation.
Front Row, Dan Brown; Wagner at 200; Eddie Braben remembered; Mary Beard's Cultural Exchange , Wagner at 200bbc.co.uk — Arts news with Mark Lawson, including an interview with bestselling writer Dan Brown.
thetimes.co.uk — Nearly 200 million people will watch the Champions League final on Saturday, the biggest day in the global sporting calendar. The value of the players alone will add up to hundreds of millions of pounds. And yet football itself, for all its extravagant prizes, is not always analysed with corresponding seriousness.
espncricinfo.com — Ed Smith May 15, 2013 A writer yearns to have intelligent readers who engage with his ideas. Then you realise that they are examining your logic with an uncomfortably forensic eye. Two weeks ago I argued that all students of sport need to understand randomness.
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