Journalist, editor, writer, lecturer, consultant

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His work includes: journalism; fiction; advising on scripts and novels; creating a range of other content; research; academic and professional course design and lecturing; editorial, media and publishing advice.  He contributes to international and UK media, including Channel 4The GuardianThe Times, the Evening StandardThe Independent and the New Statesman. Since 1990, he has covered stories on the arts, entertainment, the environment, ethnicity, gender, media, education, and mental health, as well as other topics. 

Danny Lee's output ranges from investigative reporting to interviews, reportage and opinion, he has appeared on Sky News and BBC Radio discussions, and he has helped launch a number of publications. He also works on commissions independently, through a number of agencies, and with designers such as Simon Esterson.

He has written several non-fiction and fiction books, such as a children’s novel, Finding Dad (illustrated by Korky Paul, launched at the Hay Festival and later performed by Michael Palin for an audio CD), and a book for the Maudsley mental health hospital in London. 

As well as giving media and publishing advice to organisations and individuals, he runs and designs programmes for the National Council for the Training of Journalists, the Press AssociationBirkbeck, and City, University of London.   

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