Justin Webb

Justin Webb is a presenter on Radio Four’s Today programme. He was previously the BBC’s North America editor and he has spent the last eight years shaping and leading the BBC’s coverage of the US and its neighbours. He lives in London with his wife Sarah and their children Martha, Sam and Clara.

Books by Justin Webb

<a href="https://shortbooks.co.uk/book/have-a-nice-day-2"><strong>Have a Nice Day</strong><br />A Journey Through Obama's America</a><br /><a href="https://shortbooks.co.uk/book/have-a-nice-day-2" class="plain-link">American talent and ingenuity and renewal, the very genius that led to Obama's rise, is celebrated too little in the outside world. The time has come – with the Bush presidency over – for a new appreciation of what makes America tick. </a><a href="https://shortbooks.co.uk/book/have-a-nice-day-2"><img  src="https://shortbooks.co.uk/wp-content/themes/outreach/images/transparentgif.gif" border="0" width="160px" height="244px" alt="" /></a><a href="https://shortbooks.co.uk/book/notes-on-them-and-us"><strong>Notes On Them And Us</strong><br />From the Mayflower to Obama – the British, the Americans, and the Essential relationship</a><br /><a href="https://shortbooks.co.uk/book/notes-on-them-and-us" class="plain-link"><em>Notes on Them & Us</em> is a wry account of the transatlantic friendship as it actually exists today – how Americans see us, how we Brits see them – and Webb is perfectly placed to comment.</a><a href="https://shortbooks.co.uk/book/notes-on-them-and-us"><img  src="https://shortbooks.co.uk/wp-content/themes/outreach/images/transparentgif.gif" border="0" width="160px" height="244px" alt="" /></a>