Bru Lee, Margaret Atwood, et al … Today editors


Pro Lee, who sits on the jury for “The Great British Bake Off,” joins Canadian novelist Margaret Atwood, founder of “Snapchat” Evan Spiegel, and others, as guest editor for this year for “Today”, shown by Channel 4 Britain. The group will suggest stories they feel should be covered and be interviewed.The show’s episodes are scheduled to air between Boxes Day (December 26) and New Year’s Eve.
In this context, Atwood says she will use her program to explore “the idea of ​​change.” Thus, she will be interviewing Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg about the changes needed to save the planet. Atwood intends to introduce “great writers, activists and defenders of the neighborhood” to a new audience.
Lee, for example, will discuss her attempts to improve food in hospitals and explore issues related to death by helping others. It will also celebrate “the hobbies and crafts that the British practiced during the lockdown,” according to the British newspaper, The Guardian.
Since the idea of ​​guest editors was introduced in 2003, it has become “an indispensable annual event … they are bringing new ideas and unexpected perspectives into the familiar world of daily news,” said Uena Griffiths, the Today editor. “At the end of this exceptional year, I think we have a line-up that will help us understand 2020, as well as provide a little festive joy,” she added.


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