Iain Dale presents the Evening Show on LBC Radio. He was named Radio Presenter of the Year for 2013 & 2016 at the Arqiva Awards, and has won a Sony Award for Best Interview of the Year. He presented the LBC Drivetime show for five and a half years, as well as four LBC General Election Night Shows, two American Presidential Election overnight shows, and the stations Scottish and Brexit referendum night shows. Iain co-hosts a weekly podcast with former Home Secretary Jacqui Smith called For the Many, the Iain Dale Book Club podcast, the Iain Dale All Talk podcast and also a podcast of his weekly Cross Question political panel show.
This year he has two new books being published – Why Can’t We All Get Along: Shout Less, Listen More and The Prime Ministers 1721-2020: Three Hundred Years of Political Leadership. He is a regular columnist for the Telegraph, Evening Standard and ‘I’ paper. He has been a contributing editor for GQ Magazine, writes for various national newspapers and for seven years penned a weekly diary for the Eastern Daily Press.
Iain has written or edited more than forty books including The NHS: Things That Need to be Said, Memories of Margaret Thatcher, The Big Book of Boris, 500 of the Most Acerbic, Witty & Erudite Things Ever Said About Politics, West Ham: When Football Was Football & Norwich City: When Football Was Football. His latest book, co-edited with Jacqui Smith is Honourable Ladies: Profiles of Women MPs 1918-2019.