Diane Kenwood

Diane Kenwood is editor of Woman’s Weekly, the most successful and highest selling weekly magazine in the mature mainstream women’s market. Diane began her career in television and radio, moving from production to presenting – she has fronted programmes on BBCs 1 and 2, Sky News and Channel 4, and hosted her own two hour daily radio.  

She started working in magazines at the BBC and was offered her first job as features editor on Having a Baby. A stint on Good Housekeeping preceded her first editor’s role on the Marks & Spencer magazine. After five years as editor, Diane launched a new magazine aimed at the  50+ market, and edited Heyday until it moved to a rival publisher. Following a brief tenure at the Guardian working on the development of a  Business to Business magazine, Diane was invited to edit IPC’s flagship mature mainstream weekly title.