Benjie Goodhart is a freelance journalist and writes regularly for Saga Magazine, The Guardian and GQ.
Benjie Goodhart divides his time between working as a freelance journalist and in the TV industry. He has written regularly for The Guardian, GQ and Saga Magazine, and worked for Channel 4 in programme publicity. He lives in Brighton with his wife, two children, and three tellies. He loves the tellies most of all.
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