Long experience as a senior contributor to UK and overseas publications on a wide range of subjects.
Books: A Walk along the Thames Path: Michael Joseph, 1989.
Vanishing England. A photographic journey through England's threatened landscapes (England's Glory: photographic journey through England's threatened landscapes, in US).
areas of expertise include writing for national newspapers and magazines on business, property, public sector, conservation, energy, popular science, technology, travel, culture, landscape.
A collection of articles to help you plan short visits to towns and cities in Britain – in England, Scotland and Wales - covering a range of attractions, including museums and galleries, restaurants and pubs, hotels of distinction and interesting walks. They are based on pieces I have written for the Mail on Sunday, revised and updated.
Jones, 13 August 1905 – 12 August 1935, was a Welsh journalist, murdered one day short of his 30th birthday by bandits in China.
In his short career he filed more international scoops than most of his contemporaries would deliver in a lifetime.
This monograph describes a flight he took with Hitler.
Sir David Attenborough is the world's master wildlife documentary presenter, the last of the great pioneer TV communicators. I have interviewed him many times, mainly for articles published in the broadcasting media.
This book includes my essays and shorter articles, on subjects ranging from the world’s rarest birds to meerkats, from a strange Easter island statue to his one pet hate, the rat.