Eddi Fiegel is an award-winning journalist and author. She has written biographies of film composer John Barry and 'Mama' Cass Elliot of The Mamas and The Papas as well as books on Madonna and Cher.
Her books have been described as ''exceptional', 'compelling', 'entertaining', 'illuminating' and 'extremely well-researched' by the likes of The Times, The Observer, Mojo Magazine and REM's Peter Buck.
As a travel writer, she contributes to British newspapers, magazines and websites including The Telegraph, The Sunday Times Travel Magazine, France Magazine and Family Traveller Magazine.
Eddi is the Costa Brava Destination Expert for The Telegraph and in December 2014, her Telegraph guide to the region was awarded the 'Best Digital Media Tourism Communication Award' by The Costa Brava Girona Tourism Board. See more on Eddi's travel writing here or read The Telegraph Costa Brava Guide here. She also edits the monthly magazine: Discover Southern Europe.
In addition, she is also a successful music, arts and film writer and has interviewed Susan Sarandon (for the iPaper) and written features on subjects ranging from Bernard Herrmann and Lalo Schifrin to The Rolling Stones, The Smiths and Nick Cave for The Guardian and The Independent.
Eddi originally trained as a BBC radio reporter and interviewed the likes of David Bowie, Paul McCartney, Philip Glass, Brian Eno, Sean Connery and Jarvis Cocker for the BBC World Service, BBC Radio 1, 2, 4 and BBC London. She was also a regular guest on BBC 6 Music's The Freakzone and has also contributed to BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour and The Reunion, as well as presenting the documentary 'John Barry - The Lost Tapes.'