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Evans, Harold (1000041)
Evans, Harold (1000041)

Harold Evans

Harold Evans is a British-born journalist and writer who was editor of the Sunday Times from 1967 to 1981. A graduate of Durham University, he has written a number of bestselling histories. He followed the late Alistair Cooke in commentaries on America for the BBC. An American citizen since 1993, he has held positions as editor-in-chief of the Atlantic Monthly Press, founding editor of the prize-winning Conde Nast Traveler; editorial director of the Atlantic and US News and the New York Daily News; and president and publisher of Random House. He holds the British Press Awards' Gold Award for Lifetime Achievement of Journalists. In 2001 British journalists voted him the all-time greatest British newspaper editor, and in 2004 he was knighted. Since 2011, he has been editor-at-large for Reuters.


My Paper Chase

My Paper Chase

by Harold Evans

In MY PAPER CHASE, Harold Evans recounts the wild and wonderful tale of his newspapering and publishing odyssey that would take him from Manchester to London and finally to America. Editor of two of the most famous newspapers in the world, the Sunday Times and The Times, Publisher of Random ...

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