Evening News 24 launch new online columnist section

EDP website launches new columnists section

EDP website launches new columnists section - Credit: Archant

EDP24 launch new online columnist section

The new columnists bring to the EDP a mixture of passions, including films, fashion, lifestyle and technology in their own unique ways.

Meet the writers

Ben Woods:


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Ben is the Business writer for the EDP and Evening News, and will focus on business matters.

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Denise Bradley:

Denise is an award winning photographer, who works for the EDP and Evening News. Denise will be presenting a unique, 'behind the lens' view of a professional photographer.

Jo Malone:

Jo works in Editorial for Archant, and will be writing about family life.

George Anderson:

George is a self-proclaimed technology aficionado, and a science fanatic. George will be writing about all things technological and nerdy.

Jason Bardwell:

Jason is an author and artist who was raised in Norwich, and moved to the USA in 2002. Jason will be giving a Norfolk view on America.

Jack Bool:

Jack has already written for the EDP and Evening News websites, with his regular film reviews. Jack will continue with even more reviews.

Luna Guthrie:

Luna will be providing us with film reviews and news.

Mary Nelson:

Mary is a speedway fan and a Norwich City supporter, who enjoys a good read and a swim. Mary will be writing about her life in general.

Ruby Woollacott:

Ruby is an avid blogger and loves anything to do with fashion. Ruby will be providing a mix of fashion, politics, culture, and anything else which takes her fancy.

To visit the new columnists page, click the link at the top right of the page. If you have any questions, or wish to become a columnist, please email Cat.Evans@archant.co.uk.

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