Award-winning journalist Ian Jack began his career in the 1960s, working for various Scottish newspapers. In the 70s, he moved to The Sunday Times, where was a reporter, foreign correspondent, feature writer and editor. Ian is a co-founder of The Independent on Sunday which he edited from 1991 to 1995. He went on to edit literary magazine Granta, where he remained until 2007. He is author of The Country Formally Known as Great Britain. Ian currently holds a weekly column at The Guardian and teaches an MA at Kings College London.