Sam Delaney
Sam Delaney
Sam Delaney is a writer and broadcaster from London. His latest book, Sort Your Head Out - Mental Health Without All The Bollocks (Constable), is out now in paperback. You can read more of his stuff and listen to his weekly podcast on his Substack (sambdelaney.substack.com)
Keir Starmer is canny enough to know that fear is the Tories’ best friend
Sam Delaney

Keir Starmer is canny enough to know that fear is the Tories’ best friend

Cold snaps and broken resolutions – welcome to the UK in January
Sam Delaney

Cold snaps and broken resolutions – welcome to the UK in January

Rick Astley: ‘Too much power in the hands of very rich individuals doesn’t feel right’
Music

Rick Astley: ‘Too much power in the hands of very rich individuals doesn’t feel right’

I’ve overindulged in Christmas ads and it’s left a bad taste. Here’s why
Sam Delaney

I’ve overindulged in Christmas ads and it’s left a bad taste. Here’s why

London must unite to stand up against anti-Semitism
Sam Delaney

London must unite to stand up against anti-Semitism

The existential agony of being a parent
Sam Delaney

The existential agony of being a parent

Travelling with kids, in-flight tensions and the joy of taking the middle way
Sam Delaney

Travelling with kids, in-flight tensions and the joy of taking the middle way

I never used to believe in ghosts. Until I visited a haunted house
Sam Delaney

I never used to believe in ghosts. Until I visited a haunted house

Labour MP Chris Bryant felt ‘ashamed’ to be part of parliament when Boris Johnson was PM
Interview

Labour MP Chris Bryant felt ‘ashamed’ to be part of parliament when Boris Johnson was PM

Arsenal ‘starboy’ Bukayo Saka on playing football, beating trolls and offering a hand up
Interview

Arsenal ‘starboy’ Bukayo Saka on playing football, beating trolls and offering a hand up

GCSE results day: Won’t someone think of the parents?
Sam Delaney

GCSE results day: Won’t someone think of the parents?

Animal Kwackers and the affirming power of great TV
Sam Delaney

Animal Kwackers and the affirming power of great TV