Stuart Turnbull

Staff photograph of Stuart Turnbull, wearing a red shirt.
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Stuart Turnbull is an Associate Lecturer for MA and BA (Hons) Journalism courses at London College of Communication (LCC).

Stuart is a journalist and editor with 20 years’ experience working in print publishing, websites and broadcasting. He has written for the Guardian, The Sunday Times, BBC, Channel 4 and magazines including i-D, Dazed, Numéro and Tank as well as contributing to Wonderland, Dazed Digital and eMusic.

Stuart began his writing career at Sleazenation magazine, becoming editor then editorial director. He then created the music magazine, X-Ray for Xfm (now Radio X) before founding the free London monthly, Good for Nothing.

He has also produced content for John Brown Media, the River Group, Redwood Publishing, Story Worldwide and Grey London. Stuart has appeared on BBC Radio 1, Radio 3, Radio 4, Radio 5 and Radio 6 but has yet to show his face properly on television (he was once caught on Sky TV in a football crowd).

Stuart continues to write for various publications and creative agencies and is as an associate lecturer on the MA and BA (Hons) Journalism courses at LCC.