Jennie Bond is a broadcaster and journalist, who appears regularly on a wide range of television and radio programmes.
As the BBC's royal correspondent during fourteen of the most turbulent years the monarchy has endured, Jennie was at the heart of events that made headlines around the world: from the fairy-tale marriages to the adultery, the divorces and the deaths.
She is the author of Elizabeth: 50 Glorious Years, a commemoration of the Queen's reign, and Reporting Royalty, which tells in detail of her years keeping tabs on Britain's royal family.
She lives in Devon and thoroughly enjoys getting away from it all at her seaside home.
Derek Wyatt was MP for Sittingbourne and Sheppey, Kent, from 1997-2010. In what seems another life, he played rugby for Oxford University, Penguins International, the Barbarians and England. He founded the Women's Sports Foundation in 1984 and the Oxford Internet Institute in 1999. He has written books on film and rugby. He was chair of Royal Trinity Hospice from 2011-2017. He lives in Aldeburgh.
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