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Andrew Neil

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Andrew Ferguson Neil (born 21 May 1949) is a Scottish journalist and broadcaster. He currently works for the BBC, presenting the live political programmes The Daily Politics and This Week. For the BBC he also anchors Straight Talk with Andrew Neil and makes documentaries. He is also chairman of Spectator Magazines; Chairman of ITP Magazines (Dubai); and Chairman of World Media Rights (London). Neil made his name at The Sunday Times where he was editor for 11 years. In 1995 he was made editor-in-chief of the Press Holdings group of newspapers, owner of The Business and (from 2005) The Spectator, moving to become chairman in July 2008. Description above from the Wikipedia article Andrew Neil, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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May 21, 1949 In Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Movie/TV Credits:
First Appeared:
In the movie When the Bough Breaks 1971-05-06
Latest Project:
Series Politics Live 2018-09-03
Known For
Poster of Amazing Grace
Poster of The One Show
Poster of This Week
Poster of Question Time
Series Politics Live Himself - Presenter 2018-09-03
Movie Edge of Tomorrow Old Man 2014-05-27
Movie Crying with Laughter Jonathan Meldrick 2009-06-01
Series Q&A Self - Panellist 2008-05-22
Series Have I Got a Bit More News for You Self - Panellist 2007-04-13
Series The One Show Himself 2006-08-14
Movie Amazing Grace MP 2 2006-09-16
Series Daily Politics Himself - Presenter 2003-01-08
Series Celebrity Mastermind Himself 2003-12-26
Series This Week Himself - Presenter 2003-01-16
Movie Parting Shots Himself 1999-05-14
Series The Alphabet Game Himself 1996-08-05
Movie Dirty Weekend Newsreader 1993-10-29
Series Have I Got News for You Andrew Neil 1990-09-28
Series Question Time Himself - Panellist 1979-09-25
Movie When the Bough Breaks Alec Foster 1971-05-06