is the The Observer's award-winning Chief Political
Commentator as well as being a best-selling author and
The Rise And Fall of Tony Blair,
his three hour series about the Blair decade broadcast this year on
Channel Four, was acclaimed across the media. 'Hugely insightful...a
rare series for which the word landmark is actually justified.' (Time
Out) 'Great television from a master chronicler of contemporary
politics.' (The Spectator) 'A masterly overview' (The Guardian)
'Immensely worth watching' (The Times). 'Forensic' (The Sunday Times).
'Fascinating ... devastating insights ... didn't miss a trick
(Independent on Sunday). 'The definitive history of Blair' (Mail on
Sunday). 'Triumph' (New Statesman).
Andrew presents The Sunday
Edition, ITV's flagship political interview show, and before that was
anchor of Radio 4's Westminster Hour and Channel Four's A Week In
Servants of the People, his book about New Labour, was a
top ten best-seller in both hard cover and paperback. It was voted
Channel Four Political Book of the Year.
Andrew has won several
prestigious awards for his newspaper columns, including recognition in
the British Press Awards and Columnist of the Year in the What The
Papers Say Awards.
As well as being The Observer's Chief Political Commentator, he is an Associate Editor of the paper.