Cole Moreton is a writer and broadcaster exploring who we are and what we believe in. His new book The Boy Who Gave His Heart Away has just been published by HarperCollins, telling the true story of a modern medical miracle. Order yours here.
His innovative Radio 4 series of the same name was awarded Audio Moment of the Year at the Arias, winning the British radio industry equivalent of an Oscar. Listen to The Boy Who Gave His Heart Away.
Cole was named Interviewer of the Year at the Press Awards in 2016. His portfolio of interviews for Event, the magazine of the Mail on Sunday, includes encounters with Anne Robinson (“I must be worth £50 million …”) Anthony Horowitz (“Idris Elba is too street to play Bond …”) and the late Brian Sewell (“My friends are stealing from me …”). Read from his A-Z of interviews here.
The best of a brilliant bunch is an interviewer at the top of his game. He is insightful and a master craftsman producing entertaining and memorable pieces.
Cole Moreton has also covered many of the major news stories of our time: from 9/11 to the London Olympics and the death of Nelson Mandela. He was executive editor of The Independent on Sunday and chief feature writer of The Sunday Telegraph, where he pioneered new forms of multi-media storytelling. Now working as a freelance, his features and analysis have appeared in The Financial Times, The Guardian and The Sunday Times, among others.
An experienced broadcaster, Cole Moreton has presented Sunday and other programmes for Radio 4 including a recent documentary The Lost Cockney Voice. Other radio and television appearances include The Moral Maze and The Big Questions.
The first of his three books Hungry for Home about Ireland and America was shortlisted for the prestigious John Llewellyn Rhys Prize. His latest Is God Still An Englishman? explores the huge recent changes in British spirituality, culture and national identity and speaks up for the millions of us who believe but don’t belong.
Cole has been a visiting lecturer at the University of Westminster and has led courses for the Arvon Foundation. He is available as a consultant to help individuals and companies understand and communicate their own stories.