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Warsaw research

Warsaw research

My last research for AGENT ZO. Here at the Memorial to the Polish servicewomen of the Second World War.

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20 April 2023

Polish Congress of National Remembrance

Polish Congress of National Remembrance

Speaking at the inaugural Polish Congress of National Remembrance, Warsaw.

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15 April 2023

Jewish Book Week with Caroline Moorhead

Jewish Book Week with Caroline Moorhead

This year I was delighted to interview Caroline Moorhead about her new biography of Edda Mussolini, and Geoffrey Charin and Mike Levy about their books on the Kindertransport.

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5 March 2023

Colin Bell DFC, Second World War mosquito pilot turns 102

Colin Bell DFC, Second World War mosquito pilot turns 102

Bit of a sore head this morning after a joyous party for Colin Bell, DFC at the Royal Air Force Club. ‘It will be a belter’ he told me. He wasn’t wrong.

The Woman Who Saved the Children is under option for film!

The Woman Who Saved the Children is under option for film!

Delighted to meet Charlotte Bogard Macleod at a recent talk at the National Army Museum. Charlotte is writing the script for a film on Eglantyne Jebb, based on my biography.

25 February 2023

Noreen Riols awarded MBE

Noreen Riols awarded MBE

Absolutely delighted that SOE veteran Noreen Riols, colleague Krystyna Skarbek aka Christine Granville, has received the MBE for her service.

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31 December 2022

Interviewing Jonathan Freedland & Charles Spencer

Interviewing Jonathan Freedland & Charles Spencer

Excellent to interview Jonathan Freedland and Charles Spencer at the Henley Lit fest this year. (Photos c. Henley Lit Fest)

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13 December 2022

Still on book tour

Still on book tour

Delighted to be still out and about giving talks about The Women Who Flew for Hitler!

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25 November 2022

Lest we forget

Lest we forget

Laying a wreath for the Silent Unseen (Cichociemni) – the Polish Special Force paratroopers who trained at nearby Audley End House in Essex, while remembering all who served.

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11 November 2022

Krystyna Skarbek, aka Christine Granville

Krystyna Skarbek, aka Christine Granville

Krystyna Skarbek, aka Christine Granville, subject of Clare’s biography The Spy Who Loved, inspires the new Granville-Skarbek Anglo-Polish cultural exchange programme!

25 September 2022