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Rosemary Harriet Millard (born 17 April 1965) is a British journalist. writer and broadcaster. Millard is Chair of BBC Children in Need and Chair of Firstsite gallery in Colchester. She is vice Chair of Opera North. Previous roles include CEO of Children and the Arts, Arts Editor of the New Statesman and Arts Correspondent of the BBC, which she did for ten years (1994-2004). She was Chair of Hull UK City of Culture 2017 and a former profile writer and columnist for the Sunday Times. She has been a theatre critic and property columnist and has also written regular comment columns for The Independent and i newspapers, and features, comment pieces and interviews for other national newspapers and magazines, including The Sunday Times, The Times, The Independent, The Daily Mail,, New Statesman

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  • Rosemary Harriet Millard (born 17 April 1965) is a British journalist. writer and broadcaster. Millard is Chair of BBC Children in Need and Chair of Firstsite gallery in Colchester. She is vice Chair of Opera North. Previous roles include CEO of Children and the Arts, Arts Editor of the New Statesman and Arts Correspondent of the BBC, which she did for ten years (1994-2004). She was Chair of Hull UK City of Culture 2017 and a former profile writer and columnist for the Sunday Times. She has been a theatre critic and property columnist and has also written regular comment columns for The Independent and i newspapers, and features, comment pieces and interviews for other national newspapers and magazines, including The Sunday Times, The Times, The Independent, The Daily Mail,, New Statesman
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  • Rosemary Harriet Millard (born 17 April 1965) is a British journalist. writer and broadcaster. Millard is Chair of BBC Children in Need and Chair of Firstsite gallery in Colchester. She is vice Chair of Opera North. Previous roles include CEO of Children and the Arts, Arts Editor of the New Statesman and Arts Correspondent of the BBC, which she did for ten years (1994-2004). She was Chair of Hull UK City of Culture 2017 and a former profile writer and columnist for the Sunday Times. She has been a theatre critic and property columnist and has also written regular comment columns for The Independent and i newspapers, and features, comment pieces and interviews for other national newspapers and magazines, including The Sunday Times, The Times, The Independent, The Daily Mail,, New Statesman. and ArtReview. She wrote the Mr and Mrs Millard marital column in the Body and Soul section of the Saturday Times. She was the arts editor and theatre critic for New Statesman. Millard has written four books, The Tastemakers: U.K. Art Now. She then wrote Bonnes Vacances , a comic travel memoir recounting a journey around the French Overseas Territories with her children, published by Summersdale, 2011. This was published along a series of TV documentaries on the same trip presented by Millard. Her first novel The Square is a comic romp set in London. It was published in August 2015 by Legend Press. Legend Press published the sequel The Brazilian in 2017. In 2014 Millard was made Chair of Hull City of Culture 2017. That year 2017 brought millions of visitors into the city and created 800 jobs. She was appointed OBE in the 2018 New Year Honours List for services in the arts to the city of Hull.
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