Stephen Grey is a journalist based in London, who writes mainly about national security issues. He is best known for breaking the international exclusive story of the CIA’s secret rendition program.
A former editor on the Sunday Times’ investigations unit, the Insight team, he continues to contribute to that newspaper, as well to the New York Times, Guardian, Times, Independent, New Statesman and Newsweek. He has reported for Channel 4’s Dispatches, BBC Newsnight, BBC Radio Four and the World Service. His book on the CIA rendition programme, Ghost Plane, was published in 2006. He has been nominated for, and won, several major press awards. His latest book is The New Spymasters: Inside Espionage From the Cold War to Global Terror.
Dan Richards was born in Wales in 1982 and grew up in Bristol. He has studied at UEA and Norwich Art School. Dan is co-author of Holloway with Robert Macfarlane and Stanley Donwood, and his latest book is The Beechwood Airship Interviews.
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