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Media Interviews 2012: “What would you like for Christmas?”

By Staff

19th December 2012

Category: Consumer

Amongst all the dreadfully important questions we've asked editors and journalists over the course of 2012, "What would you like for Christmas?" is probably of the utmost importance! Here are some of our interviewees' answers…

Adam Jacot de Boinod"I think a Roberts Radio would be nice." (Click for more)

Glynis Kozma"A lovely family day, because both my children have recently left home; help in the kitchen; and Chanel No.19, please. And a stack of commissions to keep me busy next year!" (Click for more)

Liat Hughes Joshi"A column in a national newspaper. Failing that, an iPad Mini. Although if I had the former, I’d be able to afford the iPad Mini without feeling guilty." (Click for more)

Louise Court, editor of Cosmopolitan"A sea kayak. If it has a Chanel handbag hidden inside, even better!"

Sabi Phaguru"Getting to my bodybuilding goal as quick as I can!"

Heidi Scrimgeour"A lucrative book deal and a glittering future as a highly sought-after author of contemporary women’s fiction would be lovely. Hope Santa’s reading this."

Keep an eye out for our interviews with Cosmopolitan's Louise Court and freelancers Sabi Phaguru and Heidi Scrimgeour early next year! See you in 2013!

Our Media Interviews are a chance for editors out there to tell the world how amazing their magazines, newspapers and websites are, and for freelance journalist members of www.journalistdirectory.com to tell colleagues, editors and PRs a bit more about their work and experience. If you'd like to take part in 2013 (or have a suggestion for someone you'd like to hear from), email us on news@dwpub.com.

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