Juliet is an award-winning journalist, writer and broadcaster. She is also a magistrate in NW London (in the most diverse area in the country) sitting on adult cases and crown court appeals.
She started her career at the BBC working on television programmes like Newsnight and Breakfast Time before being posted to Indonesia as a foreign correspondent for BBC Radio.
Returning to London, Juliet went freelance working mainly for national newspapers and magazines and occasionally on radio, as well as bringing up two sons.
Since being born in Malaysia, Juliet has travelled to over 40 countries and all seven continents and through her work has been lucky enough to interview fascinating people of all kinds: from judges to rapists, schoolchildren to individuals with dementia, social workers, doctors and those with mental health problems (not to mention a few celebrities).
Juliet is the author of three published books – a self-help health/relationships guide to pregnancy and early parenthood, a travel guide and a children’s picture book. She also lectures and leads occasional tours and workshops.
Juliet is on LinkedIn and her articles can be found on the websites of the Guardian and other national newspapers.