Helen Croydon is an author, journalist and broadcaster. She’s best known for her immersive journalism, investigations and opinion pieces on modern relationships woman’s issues and health.
She’s currently working on her third book F*ck the Fairytale (that title may have to change!) It’s an exploration of modern models of relationships as alternatives to conventional marriage.
Helen writes regularly for The Times, Sunday Times, The Telegraph, The Guardian, The Independent, The Mirror, The Daily Mail, Metro and various magazines. She is a blogger for The Huffington Post and she used to have a column in The Erotic Review - ‘Diary of a Commitment-phobe.’
She appears regularly as a relationship expert and commentator on discussion programmes for various TV and radio shows.
She used to host a live magazine discussion show, Let’s Talk Sex, on Body in Balance, Sky 275 and has fronted two documentaries for Current TV, including ‘Extreme Dating’, a look at niche and unusual dating trends and Steroids in our Gyms, which required her to take anabolic steroids for a month and film the results!
Helen started off in local radio at Silk FM as breakfast newsreader, before becoming a producer and presenter for ITN for five years.
She was once, believe it or not, a tax adviser for the Japanese division of Arthur Anderson after studying Linguistics and Japanese at university.