Rosie Millard is currently writing a column for The Telegraph and has also worked for the Sunday Times, The Times, and The Evening Standard. She was Arts Editor of the New Statesman for two years, and its theatre critic for three. She trained as a reporter at the London College of Commuications and went straight into arts television. She was the BBC's Arts Correspondent from 1994-2004.
In 2009 she took her husband Pip Clothier and 4 children around the French overseas departments on a crazy project which resulted in 6 documentaries for the Travel Channel and a book: Bonnes Vacances (Summersdale, 2011), a comic account of their family adventure.