editor, spiked; host, The Brendan O'Neill Show; writer, the Sun and the Spectator; author, A Duty to Offend
Brendan O’Neill is editor of spiked, the magazine that wants to make history as well as report it. He is also a columnist for Penthouse and a writer for the Sun and the Spectator. The Guardian calls him the Danny Dyer of journalism while Andrew Bolt of the Aussie Daily Telegraph says he is ‘one of the world’s funniest, fiercest critics of groupthink’.
He is also the host of The Brendan O’Neill Show, a fortnightly podcast published on spiked.
A collection of his essays, A Duty to Offend, is published by Connor Court.
Sunday 3 November, 14:00 Level G Studio
What can we learn from the English Civil War?
Sunday 3 November, 16:00 Cinema 1
Extinction or progress? Visions of the future