Awards & Contacts
BAFTA Cymru award-winning television producer of current affairs, investigative and history programmes. [Full details on ‘Television’ page]
Author of a dozen books. Most recent: Shadow Warriors: Daring Missions By Women of the OSS and SOE with Gordon Thomas.
Experienced ghost-writer. Work includes The Death of Justice, which was presented at the Hay Literary Festival; A Life on the Edge, with mountaineer and adventurer Eric Jones; and Aberfan with Gaynor Madgwick.
Winner: BAFTA Cymru Best Current Affairs Programme ‘The Bullseye Killer’ (ITV Wales; producer with Jon Hill and Mike Talbot)
Winner: Guild of Health Writers’ Best Broadcast Programme 2012 ‘Living With Dementia’ (ITV Wales; producer)
Winner: Wishing Shelf Award Non-Fiction Award 2011 I Fought Them All (author)
Winner: The People’s Book Awards Best Book 2014 The Death of Justice (co-author)
Runner-up: Commission for Racial Equality ‘Race in the Media’ UK Award 2002
Runner-up: Amnesty International (Wales) Media Award (2002).
Investigative journalist of more than 20 years experience.
Contributed to UK national newspapers including The Times, The Observer, The Sun and the News of the World; to most of the leading newspapers in Ireland, including the Irish Independent; and to the investigative pages of Private Eye.
Represented by Jeffrey Simmons: The Death of Justice & Aberfan.
Screenplay The Snows of Japan, based on Les Spence’s POW diaries, represented by Guy Rose, of Futerman and Rose.
Shadow Warriors: Don Fehr, Trident Media Group, New York.