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.

 

Awards:

Winner: BAFTA Cymru Best Current Affairs Programme ‘The Bullseye Killer’ (ITV Wales; producer with Jon Hill and Mike Talbot)

New York Festivals Best Radio Programmes in the World Bronze Award for ‘Aberfan: A Survivor’s Journey’ (produced for BBC Radio Wales)

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).

 

 

Background:

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.

 

Contact/Representatives:

greg_lewis AT hotmail.co.uk

Represented by Jeffrey SimmonsThe 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.

 


Wishing Shelf Award

Wishing Shelf Award

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Comments
  1. My Name is Eric Ngalle Charles and I am trying to get in touch with Greg Lewis

  2. Greg says:

    Hi Eric!
    Drop me an email greg_lewis AT hotmail.co.uk
    Greg

  3. Rebecca Salamanca says:

    Did you write the Heather Whitestone book with her mother? Heather was my role model and because of her I am the woman I am today.

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