Yasmin Hai was born in North London in 1970 where she continues to live. She is a current affairs journalist and documentary producer/director. Her television work includes BBC's Newsnight programme as well as award winning documentaries for Channel 4.
Brian Haig is a West Point graduate and a career military strategist. Before retiring from the Army, he served as special assistant to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. His articles have been published in journals ranging from the New York Times to USA Today. The son of former Secretary of State Alexander Haig, he lives in New Jersey with his wife and four children.
Helene Hanff wrote letters all her life as well as being the author of many books for children and articles for the NEW YORKER and HARPER'S. She died in 1997.
Emma Hannigan is a young mum of two who continues to battle the cancer that strikes the lymph nodes in her neck and upper body. She is currently fighting cancer for the seventh time - and continues to be positive, upbeat and inspiring. This is her incredible story.
Max Hardcastle was born in the old West Riding of Yorkshire, just before the outbreak of the Second World War. He started collecting antiques at an early age, hoarding his treasures ? including a five-foot stuffed crocodile ? in a disused hen house, known ever after as the 'junk hut'. After National Service and a brief period working for an engineering company, Max and his family heard the call of the Yorkshire Dales, where they bought a cottage, hung out their sign ? Bullpen Antiques ? and made a happy living for many years. Max and his family now live in Leyburn, North Yorkshire, with two dogs, two ponies and an ever-fluctuating population of hens, ducks and pigeons. His only regret is that he no longer has contents of his treasured 'junk hut'.
Hannah Hart is an author, digital influencer, philanthropist, actress, and producer. She is the New York Times bestselling author of My Drunk Kitchen, and the creator and star of the popular and award-winning YouTube series My Drunk Kitchen. Named one of Forbes' 30 Under 30, Hannah has led a discussion about millennial engagement with President Obama at the White House, and she is founder of the Have a Hart Day initiative, which encourages young leaders to volunteer in their communities. She has coproduced and starred in three films: the independent comedy Camp Takota with fellow YouTubers Grace Helbig and Mamrie Hart, the reboot of 70's cult classic Electra Woman and Dyna Girl, and the comedy film Dirty30. Hannah lives in Los Angeles and is starting to like it there.
Robert Harvey has been a columnist for the Daily Telegraph, assistant editor of The Economist and an MP. He is the author of many books, including a highly popular biography of Lord Cochrane.He is a former member of the House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee, was assistant editor of The Economist, and foreign affairs leader writer for the Daily Telegraph. His books include The Undefeated: The Rise, Fall and Rise of Modern Japan, Portugal: Birth of a Democracy, Liberators and Cochrane. Robert lives in Powys, Wales.
The distinguished British actor Nigel Havers has played many roles in theatre, film and TV. Famous films include: Chariots of Fire, A Passage to India, and Empire of the Sun. He has appeared increasingly in TV dramas such as Upstairs, Downstairs and Dangerfield, headling the 1980s BBC sitcom Don't Wait Up. More recently he returned to comedy with Manchild. His father was Lord Havers QC.
Billy Hayes was born in New York City. He went to Marquette University, dropped out before graduation and the following years are recounted in this book. William Hoffer is co-author of CAUGHT IN THE ACT and is Director of the American Society of Journalists and Authors.
Sarah Helm was a reporter on the SUNDAY TIMES and Diplomatic Editor for the INDEPENDENT before becoming Jerusalem and then Brussels correspondent for the same paper. A LIFE IN SECRETS was her first book.
Florence Henderson is most well-known for her role as Carol Brady on TV's The Brady Bunch which ran from 1968-1974 but she started her career in stage musicals such as Oklahoma! and South Pacific. She starred on Broadway in the long-running Fanny and in 1962, she became the first woman to guest host The Johnny Carson Show.
James Herriot was the pen name of James Alfred Wight, born 1916. He started writing books about his experiences as a rural vet in the sixties and seventies, which were later adapted for the successful TV series ALL CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL. He died in 1995.
Joanna Hodgkin has written several successful psychologial thrillers under another name.
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Merril Hoge is a former professional football player. He played eight seasons at running back for the NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers and Chicago Bears. He is currently a sportscaster for ESPN television
Anthony Holden is an award-winning journalist who has published more than thirty books, including biographies of Laurence Olivier, Tchaikovsky and Shakespeare. He has published translations of opera, ancient Greek plays and poetry. With his son Ben, he has edited Poems That Make Grown Men Cry and Poems That Make Grown Women Cry.
Michael Holroyd is the author of numerous biographies including Lytton Strachey, Augustus John, George Bernard Shaw and BASIL STREET BLUES, his family autobiography, garnered 50% more end-of-year critics' choices than any other work of non-fiction that year.