Author of Alex Rider, Foyle's War, Sherlock Holmes, James Bond, TV and film writer, occasional journalist.


Originally published in The Telegraph
Sun, March 16, 2014

Introducing a new monthly column, novelist and screenwriter Anthony Horowitz tells of his love affair with the Moroccan city that has both beauty and character.I love Marrakesh. I’ve been five or six times and every time I arrive...

Originally published in The Telegraph
Sun, March 02, 2014

With flickering screens on bins, buses and billboards, it seems advertising companies are finding increasingly cunning ways to infiltrate our daily lives, says Anthony HorowitzI had a strange experience this week. A dustbin recommended a film. I can’t remember...

Originally published in The Telegraph
Tue, February 11, 2014

Anthony Horowitz on Tate Britain's new refurbishment and a time travelling Matt SmithEvery time I look, London just gets better and better. This week I popped into Tate Britain, quite unaware that it had just been given a £45million transformation...

Originally published in The Telegraph
Tue, January 14, 2014

In his monthly column, Anthony kick starts his ABC diet and finds himself on the honours list.After Christmas and New Year in America, I’m now back in England and facing the misery of the ABC diet – a diet...

Originally published in The Guardian
Sun, November 10, 2013

As Poirot comes to an end after 25 years, famous members of its cast and crew explain what the little Belgian means to them… Here Anthony Horowitz explains why he found such joy in writing the detective's dialogueBrian Eastman was...