Liz Fraser is one of the UK's best-known writers and broadcasters on all aspects of modern family life, a presenter, columnist, podcaster, 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 and many others.

A well-seasoned TV and radio presenter, from presenting daily 3-hr live shows to fronting science programmes, she also does commercial voice-over work, media training and event hosting. 

Liz’s internationally best-selling books about the realities of being a parent re-moulded parenting forever, by finally allowing it to be very funny, and accepting that we all get most of it wrong – which is just as it should be.

Liz has written for The Sunday Times, The Guardian, Red, Grazia, Glamour, The Daily Mail, Mother and Baby, Marie Claire and Woman, among others.
She also has a Huffington Post blog, and writes a monthly parenting column for care.com.

Liz’s politically incorrect alter ego writes the delightfully filthy spoof parenting advice column, Dear Parenting Guru in development for a podcast series, and comedy series for BBC Radio4.

In 2014, Liz launched Headcase, a website that changes the way we think and speak about everyday mental health issues, from anxiety and panic attacks to depression. 

Liz has a degree in Experimental Psychology from Cambridge University, and is a key panel member of the think-tank The Centre for the Modern Family.
She is also the UK’s parenting expert for care.com and an ambassador for Right to Play. 

She is a competitive 5km, 10km and half marathon runner, though her knees are no longer quite so keen on this…

She has three teenaged children, who use her as a taxi service, private chef, laundromat and cashpoint. 

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