Tim Tate discusses with Ivan six things which he thinks should be better known.
Tim Tate is a multi-award winning documentary film-maker, investigative journalist and best-selling author. Over a career spanning almost 40 years he has written for most national newspapers and made more than 80 documentaries for British and international broadcasters. His films have been honoured by Amnesty International, the Royal Television Society, UNESCO, the International Documentary Association, the Association for International Broadcasting, the US National Academy of Cable Broadcasting and the New York Festivals.
He is the author of 17 published non-fiction books. His 2018 work, Hitler’s British Traitors (Icon Books, 2018) analysed hundreds of de-classified MI5 and UK Government files to reveal the untold story of espionage, sabotage and treachery by pro-Nazi British fascists during World War Two. It received extensive press and media coverage and was selected as Book of The Week by The Times. His book, Hitler’s Forgotten Children (Elliott & Thompson, 2015) which told the story of the Nazi Lebensborn program through the life story of one of its victims, Ingrid von Oelhafen, has been translated into nine languages and published in 16 countries.
In June Transworld/Penguin will publish his latest book – an investigative biography of Michal Goleniewski: the most important, yet least understood spies of the Cold War.
Full details of Tim’s books are at http://www.timtate.co.uk, where many of his documentary films are also available to view.
Barbara Scully discusses with Ivan six things which she thinks should be better known.
Barbara Scully is a freelance writer, columnist and broadcaster – her fifth career to date. She is frequently published in the national press and is a familiar voice on the airwaves – both on TV and radio. Her writing appears most often in the Irish Independent, but she has been published in all the national newspapers and most Irish magazines.
Barbara has a weekly slot on the Moncrieff Show on Newstalk, an independent national radio station in Ireland and is a regular contributor across various stations both on TV and radio, including RTE. She presents a weekly webcast called How To Stay Sane In A Pandemic which is broadcast live every Wed at 4:15pm on Twitter (@barbarascully) and is posted afterwards on her website www.barbarascully.com.
An experienced public speaker, Barbara is married to photographer Paul Sherwood, they have three daughters, two grandchildren, four cats and a family of foxes at the bottom of their suburban garden.
Jim Al-Khalili discusses with Ivan six things which he thinks should be better known.
Jim Al-Khalili OBE FRS is a theoretical physicist at the University of Surrey where he holds a Distinguished Chair in physics as well as a university chair in the public engagement in science. He received his PhD in nuclear reaction theory in 1989 and has published widely in the field. His current interest is in open quantum systems and the application of quantum mechanics in biology.
Jim is a past president of the British Science Association and a recipient of the Royal Society Michael Faraday medal and the Wilkins-Bernal-Medawar Medal, the Institute of Physics Kelvin Medal and the Stephen Hawking Medal for Science Communication. He received an OBE in 2007 for ‘services to science’.
Alex Christofi discusses with Ivan six things which he thinks should be better known.
Alex Christofi is Editorial Director at Transworld Publishers and the author of the novels Let Us Be True and Glass, winner of the Betty Trask Prize for fiction. He has written for numerous publications including the Guardian, the London Magazine and The White Review. Dostoevsky in Love is his first work of non-fiction.
Anjuna Mutanda discusses with Ivan six things which she thinks should be better known.
Anjula is a highly respected relationship and clinical therapist, mental health expert, psychologist, presenter, author, social scientist, and media consultant.
Most recently, Anjula presented Sextape, a major four-part relationship series on Channel 4. Anjula was the behavioural expert on season 2 of Make or Break (My5 April 2019). She was the resident psychologist on 50 Ways to Kill your Lover. She makes regular guest appearances on programmes such as Good Morning Britain, Lorraine, BBC Breakfast, and The Alan Titchmarsh Show. She was the resident psychologist on ITV’s This Morning for five years.
Her first self-help book Celebrity Life Laundry was published by John Blake Publishing in 2007 and her second self-help book How to do Relationships was published by Vermillion in 2013 which she wrote for RELATE, the number 1 relationship charity.
She is Vice President for RELATE, and has worked alongside Ruby Wax and Prof Tanya Byron to represent the brand. She is also the Media and Diversity ambassador for The National Counselling Society.
She is a senior practitioner and holds the status of MBACP. She is registered with The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and the NCS where she is a Fellow.
Her crime novels Bitter Fruits and The Taken are published by Penguin Random House. The Taken was also shortlisted for the Dead Good Reader Awards for Best Police Procedural.
Alice’s short fiction has been published in numerous works. She is the founder of the Singapore Writers’ Group. Alice conducts regular writing workshops and teaches creative and non-fiction writing at La Salle College of the Arts. She teaches a regular online novel writing course Telling Yourself the Story.
Her new novel, Fire Mountain, will be published by Bloomsbury in 2022.