Cristina has worked for the Daily Telegraph as a television critic, for the Guardian as their Media columnist, and for the Observer as a current affairs columnist. She wrote a novel inspired by her column for the Daily Telegraph, Posh but Poor, entitled The Dilemmas of Harriet Carew.
A contributor to Thought for the Day from 1994-2003, Cristina has appeared regularly on television and radio to programmes including Question Time, Any Questions, Today, Woman's Hour, The Jeremy Vine Show, The Moral of the Story and The Big Questions.
In 2005 she made Dispatches: Women Bishops for Channel 4. She lives in London with her husband, the author and journalist Edward Lucas, and their three children.
Do UK teens lead the world in self-harming?The Times reports 72000 instances in secondary schools last year.
RT @Telegraph: .@CristinaOhq: Parents who barely know how to be parents are raising kids who can barely function https://t.co/hcMEC5eAxg
Ofsted says children arrive in nursery unable to spea or dress themselves and no toilet training. In today’s Telegr… https://t.co/NVjGjTz2hq