Author Robert Feather talks about historical mysteries, causing controversy and witnessing history.
Robert Feather is a Chartered Metallurgist, an experienced journalist/broadcaster/lecturer, and has written a number of books and numerous articles and appeared in TV documentaries on archaeology, ancient history and religion.
Today we are talking with the thriller writer, Roger Smith. Roger was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. His thrillers Capture, Dust Devils, Wake Up Dead and Mixed Blood are published in seven languages and two are in development as movies in the US.
Chrissie Wellington competing at the 2008 Frankfurt Ironman
Chrissie Wellington, British Triathlete and four time World Ironman Champion (2007, 2008, 2009 and 2011), was born 18th February 1977 and grew up in rural Norfolk, attending Downham Market High School and Sixth Form. In later years, Chrissie attended the University of Birmingham, where she studied Geography and became a member of several clubs and teams, particularly Captaining the University Swimming Team.
Patrick Bishop was born in London and went to Wimbledon College and Corpus Christi College, Oxford. Before joining the Telegraph he worked on the Evening Standard, the Observer and the Sunday Times and in television as a reporter on Channel Four News. Alongside John Witherow, Patrick wrote a history of the Falkands War based on their own experiences, later also writing in partnership with Eamon Mallie about the Provisional IRA, which was praised as the first authoritative account of the modern IRA.
Keith Lowe, British author and editor was born in London in 1970, and grew up in Hampstead. After travelling around the world for two years, Keith went on to study English Literature at the University of Manchester, and then to work in history publishing.Continue Reading
Matt Lynn, British thriller writer and financial journalist, was born in 1962. Throughout the 90’s Matt worked for The Sunday Times. He is now writes a column for the Wall Street Journal and is a regular contributor to The Spectator.