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Fenwick, Simon E

Simon E Fenwick.

Biographies:

Erlund Hudson, A Life (Peridot 2014)

Joan, the Remarkable Life of Joan Leigh Fermor (Macmillan 2017)

Ottaway, Susan

Susan Ottaway.

Cadbury, Deborah

Deborah Cadbury.

Biographies:

·         Imagined Worlds. BBC Publications, 1983.
·         The Feminisation of Nature.  1997  Penguin, published in the US as  Altering Eden1999, St Martin’s Press. 
 
·         Dinosaur Hunters,  A True Story of Scientific Rivalry and the Discovery of the Prehistoric World, 2001, HarperCollins, (UK) and published as Terrible Lizard, Holt/Macrae (US).
 
·         The Lost King of France, (2002) Fourth Estate, (UK) & St Martin’s Press, (US).
 
·         Seven Wonders of the Industrial WorldFourth Estate  (UK). Published in the US by Harper Collins as Dreams of Iron and Steel. 
 
·         Space Race. (2005) Fourth Estate  (UK) Harper Collins (US).
 
·         Chocolate Wars: The 150-Year Rivalry Between the World’s Greatest Chocolate Makers, 2010, Harper Collins, (UK);  PublicAffairs(USA); Douglas & McIntyre (Canada). 
 
·         Princes at War: The British Royal Family’s Private Battle in the Second World War, (2015), Bloomsbury Publishing (UK & Comm) PublicAffairs (USA).
 
·         Queen Victoria’s Matchmaking, The Royal Marriages that Shaped Europe, (2017) Bloomsbury (UK) and Public Affairs, (US).

Vinden, Ann

Ann Vinden.

Cohen, Martin

Martin Cohen

Biographies:

Bounty of a Stolen Empire –  Marguerite, Countess of Blessington.

Segrave, Elisa

Elisa Segrave

Biographies:

The Diary of a Breast. Faber and Faber, 1995.
Ten Men. Faber and Faber, 1997.
The Girl from Station X – My Mother’s Unknown Life. Union Books, 2013. Paperback by Aurum Books, 2014.

Kingsbury, Clico

Clico Kingsbury

Wooley, Sarah

Sarah Wooley

Sarah is a writer for Radio, Television and Theatre. Since 2010 she has specialised in biographical plays on Radio.  Her first being A Nice Little Holiday about John Osborne, Tony Richardson and Christopher Isherwood. It was broadcast on Radio 4 in 2010 and has been repeated several times. Since then she has written plays for Radio 4 about composers Philip Glass and Steve Reich, the architect Erno Goldfinger and the playwright Tennessee Williams. Her Play about Andy Warhol called, ‘Fifteen Minutes’ was part of the BBC’s Pop Art Season in 2015. Sarah’s latest play, ‘Victim’ about Dirk Bogarde was broadcast on BBC Radio 3 on Sunday July 9th as part of the Gay Britannia season marking the 50th anniversary of The Sexual Offences Act.

More information about Sarah can be found on her website here: www.sarahwooley.com

Powell, Edward

Edward Powell

Showalter, Elaine

Elaine Showalter