Liz Fraser is one of the UK’s best-known writers and broadcasters on all aspects of family life, a social commentator, columnist, comedy writer and performer. She appears frequently on national TV and radio, from ITV1′s This Morning and Good Morning Britain to Sky News, BBC Breakfast, LBC radio, BBC 5Live, Channel 5 News. She has also written for the Sunday Times, the Guardian, Red, Grazia, Glamour, Marie Claire, Woman, the Daily Mail, Mother and Baby, Junior, and Woman, among many others. She also gives talks, hosts events and fronts campaigns for almost anyone who pays her and seems friendly, and doesn’t mind that her bag is full of granola crumbs.
Her internationally best-selling books about the realities of being a parent broke the mould by finding the humour in parenting and accepting that we all get most of it wrong.
Liz has a degree in Experimental Psychology and Neuroscience from Cambridge University, and is the Director of Headcase, a multi-media platform that aims to demystify the mental health issues faced by millions of normal people every day.
Twenty years after her first child was born, Liz has just had her fourth baby, and writes popular parenting column ‘Three Teens and a Baby’ for the Telegraph, lifting the lid on life balancing college and colic.