CodeDS/UK/4610
Dates1937-
NameIngrams; Richard Reid (1937-); journalist and editor
SurnameIngrams
ForenamesRichard Reid
Epithetjournalist and editor
PublishedWorks(with Christopher Booker and William Rushton) Private Eye on London, 1962; Private Eye’s Romantic England, 1963; (with John Wells) Mrs Wilson’s Diary, 1965; Mrs Wilson’s 2nd Diary, 1966; The Tale of Driver Grope, 1968; (with Barry Fantoni) The Bible for Motorists, 1970; (ed) The Life and Times of Private Eye, 1971; (as Philip Reid, with Andrew Osmond) Harris in Wonderland, 1973; (ed) Cobbett’s Country Book, 1974; (ed) Beachcomber: the works of J. B. Morton, 1974; The Best of Private Eye, 1974; God’s Apology, 1977; Goldenballs, 1979; (with Fay Godwin) Romney Marsh and the Royal Military Canal, 1980; (with John Wells) Dear Bill: the collected letters of Denis Thatcher, 1980; (with John Wells) The Other Half: further letters of Denis Thatcher, 1981; (with John Wells) One for the Road, 1982; (with John Piper) Piper’s Places, 1983; (ed) The Penguin Book of Private Eye Cartoons, 1983; (with John Wells) My Round!, 1983; (ed) Dr Johnson by Mrs Thrale, 1984; (with John Wells) Down the Hatch, 1985; (with John Wells) Just the One, 1986; John Stewart Collis: a memoir, 1986; (with John Wells) The Best of Dear Bill, 1986; (with John Wells) Mud in Your Eye, 1987; The Ridgeway, 1988; You Might As Well Be Dead, 1988; England (anthology), 1989; (with John Wells) Number 10, 1989; On and On . . ., 1990; (ed) The Oldie Annual, 1993; (ed) The Oldie Annual 2, 1994; Malcolm Muggeridge: the authorized biography, 1995; (ed) I Once Met, 1996; (ed) The Oldie Annual 3, 1997; (ed) Jesus: authors take sides (anthology), 1999; (ed) The Oldie Annual 4, 1999; The Life and Adventures of William Cobbett, 2005.

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