|Full name||Nick Roberts-Alatti|
# Features # Sub-editor # Family # Showbiz # Sport # Court reporting # Men's Interests # Proofreader # Countryside # Copywriting # Lifestyle # Food and Drink # History # Events # Celebrity Interviews # Theatre # Health # celebrities # Restaurants # Tutoring in creative writing and/or journalism
|Editorial work||News writing, Features writing, Sub-editing, Video|
|Last updated||28-09-2011 18:09|
Born in Birmingham, Nick cut his journalistic teeth at Cater's News Agency as a court and sports reporter. He then moved to the Birmingham Daily News where he became a senior reporter and later a feature writer. His proudest moments were working on the Lockerbie disaster, the Kegworth air crash and the release of the Birmingham Six. He also did a number of celebrity interviews including Pavarotti, Joan Collins, Ella Fitzgerald, and more recently Jamie Oliver, Shane Richie and Andy Williams.
After spending time teaching journalism, Nick returned to work for the short-lived environmental national 'The Planet on Sunday'. He then went freelance, working with many Midlands-based staffers.
After moving to Devon, Nick was taken on as a content editor for the Exeter Express and Echo, voted regional newspaper of the year 2004.
He turned freelance again in 2005 and has recently written for the Sunday Express, the Mail on Sunday and 'New' magazine. He also works as a tutor for the London School of Journalism, a freelance sub-editor for Concept for Living magazine and part-time editor for The Plymouth Diary.