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Tom Ambrose

Tom Ambrose

Tom read history at Trinity College Dublin and gained a postgraduate degree at University College, London. Initially working in advertising, Tom switched to producing and directing television documentaries before becoming a full-time writer. His widely acclaimed first book Hitler’s Loss: What Britain and America Gained from Europe’s Cultural Exiles (2001) was followed in 2005 by […]

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Chris Calland

Chris Calland

Chris Calland was originally a teacher and has been a specialist adviser on children’s behaviour and emotional wellbeing for Bristol LA for 18 years. She also works nationally providing training, advice and coaching on all aspects of children’s behaviour to a wide range of parents and professionals. She has over 25 years experience of working […]

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Jacky Colliss Harvey

Jacky Colliss Harvey

Jacky Colliss Harvey read English at Cambridge, and History of Art at the Courtauld Institute. She has worked in museum publishing for the last twenty years, and is known as a commentator and reviewer, speaking in both the UK and abroad on the arts and their relation to popular culture.  At the same time, her […]

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Tony Clayton-Lea

Tony Clayton-Lea

Tony Clayton-Lea is an award-winning journalist, broadcaster and author. His writing on many aspects of pop culture appears mostly in The Irish Times. He is the author of six non-fiction, music-related books, and is a regular reviewer/critic on Ireland’s RTE Radio One’s flagship arts show, Arena. For further information, you can follow Tony on Twitter […]