Terry Stiastny is an author and journalist. Her first career was at the BBC, where she reported from around Europe for BBC News, including stints in both Brussels and Berlin, worked for The World At One and PM on BBC Radio 4 and was a political correspondent in Westminster. She left the BBC in 2012 and wrote her first novel, Acts of Omission, which won the Paddy Power Political Fiction book of the year in 2015. She was educated at Oxford University and now lives in London with her husband and two sons.
|AC11||You couldn’t make it up, with Peter Fluck, Terry Stiastny and Alex Wade||05/07/2017||6:30pm|
|SJH31||Turbulent times and political fiction, with Terry Stiastny||07/07/2017||11:00am|