Her columns are syndicated around the world, and translated into seven languages, while her daily radio show is on the air from coast-to-coast and listened to by 15,000,000. Bonnie, like her relative Sir Winston Churchill, has written thousands of syndicated columns and scripts, as well as 75 published books and booklets. She has traveled the world with her laptop and microphone, interviewing everyone from the Last Emperor’s Brother in Beijing, to the President of the Czech Republic, in Prague, enjoyed tea with the First Lady at the White House, and with Oscar winner, Anthony Hopkins, at his beach home. Bonnie has earned an international reputation and won numerous awards, including the Theta Sigma Phi National Journalism Award, the Press Club’s “Woman of the Year,” the Boy Scouts “Woman of Excellence,” Publicists Guild of America’s Columnist of the Year, etc. Her byline appears in newspapers around the world, from the National News Syndicate, to special profiles for the Los Angeles Times Syndicate, and reports for The Christian Science Monitor. Bonnie Churchill’s positive, accurate reporting has earned her the friendship of film, stage and television stars, government leaders, authors, designers, food experts, sports figures and diplomats–all the international news makers she writes about.
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