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Audrey Eyton has spent most of her professional life working in the field of diet, nutrition and health, where she has become widely recognized and admired as a serious contributor and enlightened innovator. In 1969 she co-founded and directed the world's first magazine devoted to dieting, Slimming Magazine, and was responsible for many advances including the first low-fat slimming diet. In 1982 she published The F-Plan Diet which became an international multi-million-copy bestseller. Twenty-four years on she has written another ground-breaking book on diet and health, The F2 Diet. The F2 Cookbook is now available from Bantam Press. Audrey Eyton lives in Canterbury, Kent.
Hans Eysenck (1916-1997) was a prolific psychologist who is best known for his work on intelligence and personality.
Amanda Eyre Ward is the author of the critically acclaimed and award-winning novel Sleep Toward Heaven. The New York Post named Ward one of five Writers to Watch in 2003.
Hermione Eyre is a journalist and former croupier. She read English at Hertford College, Oxford and was a staff writer and TV critic at the Independent on Sunday for seven years, then chief interviewer at the London Evening Standard Magazine. This is her first novel.
Following the publication of the first editon of Kicked into Touch in 1981, Fred Eyre ventured into coaching and management before setting up a successful stationery business, while remaining involved in the game as a pundit and after-dinner speaker.
NIR EYAL spent years in the video gaming and advertising industries and has sold two technology companies. He speaks at industry conferences and Fortune 500 companies and has written for Forbes, TechCrunch, and Psychology Today. He has taught at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design.
It is all about adventure. That is what Exodus was founded upon and what the company is still all about. Discovering countries, cultures, environments, cities, mountain ranges, deserts, coasts and jungles; exploring this amazing planet we all live on. This means delving into local traditions, cultures, cuisine, lifestyles – anything that contributes to its unique identity. Exodus started life on 4 February 1974 when two friends got together to provide an overland truck to travel to the Minaret of Jam, deep in the heart of the Hindu Kush, the most inaccessible of the world’s great monuments. This sense of adventure is still with them today, helping customers to reach some incredible destinations throughout the world.
John Meade Falkner (Author) John Meade Falkner (1858-1932) was an English novelist and poet, best known for his 1898 novel, Moonfleet. An extremely successful businessman as well, he became chairman of the arms manufacturer Armstrong Whitworth during World War I.
Jack Ewing has been working as a journalist in Germany since 1994, including more than a decade as a correspondent at BusinessWeek magazine. He joined the New York Times in January 2010 as their European economics correspondent, a beat that includes the car industry. He is based in Frankfurt.
Angela Hassall lives in Oxford and Norfolk. She has written four novels for older children including Straw Fire and The Sun People. For many years she taught Creative Writing for Oxford University Department of Continuing Education. Now retired and a grandmother she enjoys singing, sailing and writing for younger children.
Tim Ewbank and Stafford Hildred are the best-selling authors of Sir David Jason and Rod Stewart: The New Biography. Tim Ewbank has worked as a TV correspondent for many newspapers, including the Daily Mail, and has covered assignments all over the world. Stafford Hildred worked on Fleet Street for many years and founded the Wordstar entertainment media group.
Jonathan Evison is the author of four novels including the New York Times bestseller, West of Here. A film adaptation of his third novel, The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving, is in production starring Paul Rudd and Selena Gomez. He lives on an island in Western Washington.
Sue Eves has worked as a puppeteer, scriptwriter, singer/songwriter and actor, as well as being a children's book writer. She lives in London, and has a fifteen year-old daughter. Ailie Busby was born in London and attended art school in Cambridge and London. She now lives in Newcastle upon Tyne and has two small children. She has illustrated over twenty books for children, and is published by Scholastic, Walker and David Fickling.
Clive Everton is the BBC's senior snooker commentator. As the sport's leading journalist, he has published and edited Snooker Scene magazine since 1971 and has been snooker correspondent for The Guardian since 1976. He lives in Birmingham.
Felicity Everett is the author of more than twenty fiction and non-fiction books for children. Having completed an MA in Creative Writing at Goldsmiths, she has now branched out into adult fiction and THE STORY OF US is her debut novel.
Belgian cartoonist Brecht Evens was born in 1986 and studied illustration in Ghent. Important mentors were his teacher Goele Dewanckel, an illustrator, and cartoonist/comedy-coach/zen master Randall Casaer. Brecht lives in Brussels, where he lives on illustration work and Flemish cartoonist-grants.
The introduction is written by Sir Roy Strong, formerly Director of the Victoria and Albert Museum, he is the author of many books about art history and gardens.
Born in 1975, Alexander Garros and Aleksei Evdokimov both work as journalists in Riga, Latvia. Friends since school, they decided to write a novel together. The result was Headcrusher, which went on to win the prestigious Russian Literary National Bestseller Prize in 2003.
Bernardine Evaristo is the Anglo-Nigerian award-winning author of seven other books of fiction and verse fiction that explore aspects of the African diaspora: past, present, real, imagined. Her writing also spans short fiction, reviews, essays, drama and writing for BBC radio. She is Professor of Creative Writing at Brunel University London and Vice Chair of the Royal Society of Literature. She was made an MBE in 2009. As a literary activist for inclusion she has founded several successful initiatives including Spread the Word writer development agency (1995 - ongoing); The Complete Works mentoring scheme for poets of colour (2007-2017) and the Brunel International African Poetry Prize (2012 - ongoing). www.bevaristo.com
Steve Evanson has been the series producer of Coast since it started in July 2004, and has played a crucial part in helping to create the show and research the stories. Steve did much of the original journey with presenter Nick Crane, meeting the people who live and work on our shoreline and experiencing its landscape at first-hand. Steve began his television career making programmes for the Open University, producing the hit series Rough Science and Hollywood Science for BBC TWO, BBC THREE's Lab Rats, as well as Time Flyers, a series on aerial archaeology, for BBC TWO. Steve was also the series producer of BBC ONE's Countryfile. He is passionate about walking and lives in Birmingham with his partner, Kathryn.
Jonny Garrett (Author) Jonny Garret is one half of the Craft Beer Channel team, and is a former deputy editor of Jamieoliver.com. As well as being a freelance writer and editor, he also works full time at Cave Direct, a lead importer of artisan craft beer from Germany, Belgium, and the US. Brad Evans (Author) Brad Evans is part of the Craft Beer Channel duo. He is a freelance graphic designer, animator and photographer. He worked as lead graphic designer in Jamie Oliver’s creative team and worked on the illustrations for Jamie At Home and graphics for all of his tv shows.
Lissa Evans has written books for both adults and children, including Their Finest Hour and a Half, longlisted for the Orange Prize, Small Change for Stuart, shortlisted for many awards including the Carnegie Medal and the Costa Book Awards and Crooked Heart, longlisted for the Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction.
Bill Burnett (Author) Bill Burnett is the Executive Director of the Design Program at Stanford. He got his BS and MS in Product Design at Stanford and has worked professionally on a wide variety of projects ranging from award-winning Apple PowerBooks to the original Star Wars action figures. He holds a number of mechanical and design patents, and design awards for a variety of products including the first ‘slate’ computer. Dave Evans (Author) Dave Evans is the Co-Director of the Stanford Life Design Lab and holds a BS and MS in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford. Early in his career he worked for Apple, where he led the mouse-design team and introduced laser printing to the masses. He then helped found the pioneering video games developer Electronic Arts.
Diana Evans was a dancer before becoming a journalist and author. She has contributed to the Independent, Marie Claire, the Guardian, the Observer, Harper's Bazaar, the Daily Telegraph and many other publications, and holds an MA in creative writing from the University of East Anglia. Her first novel, 26a, received a Betty Trask award, a nomination for the Guardian First Book Award and was shortlisted for the Whitbread First Novel of the Year Award. It was the inaugural winner of the Orange Award for New Writers and has been translated into twelve languages. She lives in London.
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