I am an Irish investigative journalist and writer living in Glasgow. I am investigations editor at openDemocracy. My latest book, The People’s Referendum: Why Scotland Will Never Be the Same Again, was published in January 2015 by Luath Press, and was nominated for the Saltire Society First Book Prize. I am a co-founder and director of The Ferret, an investigative platform launched in 2015 and nominated for a British Journalism Prize for its work.

I have written and reported from numerous countries including Albania, Kosovo, Egypt, Namibia, Zambia, Iceland, Ireland and Scotland for a range of publications including the Guardian, the Times Literary Supplement, the Scotsman, the Irish Times, the Times Higher Education, RTE, the London Review of Books, Al Jazeera, the Dublin Review, the Christian Science Monitor and the Irish Independent. I have made radio documentaries for BBC Radio 4 and others. I edit a magazine called Political Insight for the Political Studies Association.In short, I am interested in ideas, how they emerge and how they can change the world that we live in. If you’ve any ideas or stories that you think I’d be interested in just drop me a line.

Email: pkgeoghegan[at]gmail.com, phone (+44) 0 777 050 1423. Follow me on Twitter @peterkgeoghegan or on Facebook.

3 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hi Peter
    It was good doing tv with you last night. I thought I would take a look at your website which is superb. I have just started a venture in public affairs for people who don’t get access to power and the political lobby http://www.mcneillandstone.co.uk. It would be good to meet up some time.

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