Journalism Hadley Freeman's one of my favourite Guardian writers, offering the "Ask Hadley" style advice column on a Monday (after having been a fashion editor there), Lost in Showbiz sometimes on a Friday and newsier pieces in between.
Firstly, here she is at The Cambridge Union Society proposing the motion, "This House Believes that Fashion is Elitist".
Even though she read English Literature at Oxford, her connection with their boat rivals is through taking her A-Levels at The Cambridge Centre for Sixth-form Studies which she returned to recently for a Q&A. Spot the moment when she calmly explains to a questioner that "freelance" doesn't actually mean who work for free.
One of her books is Be Awesome: Modern Life For Modern Ladies and here she is reading from it at Book Slam.
Freeman's other book is The Meaning of Sunglasses: A Guide to (Almost) All Things Fashionable and here she is being interviewed about it:
To Jewish Book Week, were Hadley interviewed Deborah Treisman, the fiction editor of The New Yorker:
JBW 2015 - Deborah Triesman and Hadley Freeman from Jewish Book Week on Vimeo.
She's also appeared in a number of videos at The Guardian website interviewing various film luminaries.