Peter Taylor is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and has many years' practical experience of advising small businesses.
KIERAN THEIVAM started following women's football in 2009 and began covering the game in 2011, first by blogging, before launching the UK's first podcast dedicated to the women's game in 2013. Since then, he has written for various national outlets both in the United Kingdom and United States, while acting as an expert voice for radio stations including BBC 5Live and BBC World Service. He has covered a World Cup, European Championships and Champions League Finals, while cultivating relationships with players and organisations from various parts of the globe.
Hugh Thomas was an English historian, writer and life peer in The House of Lords. Best known for The Spanish Civil War (1961), for which he won the Somerset Maugham Award, Thomas wrote a number of political works and histories. By the end of his life, Thomas had been appointed Commander of the Order of Arts and Letters by the French government, and received the Grand Cross of the Royal Order of Isabella the Catholic from Spain as well as the Mexican Order of the Aztec Eagle.
Karen Thomson is the founder of the Harmony Eating & Lifestyle Program (HELP, helpdiet.co.za), the world's first in-patient programme treating carbohydrate and sugar as an addiction. She started the programme with Professor Tim Noakes, dietician Rael Koping and the Harmony Addictions Clinic. She also has an online programme called The Sugar Free Revolution.
Geoff Tibballs is the author of numerous bestselling humour titles.
Dr Penny Titman is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children and has worked in general and specialist paediatric services, as well as child mental health settings, for over 20 years. She has particular expertise in stem cell transplant and immunology and has published several academic papers in this field. In addition she is the author of Understanding Childhood Eczema, a book for parents of children with eczema, and co-author with Melinda Edwards of Promoting Psychological Well-being in Children with Acute and Chronic Illness.
Greg Palast's undercover reports and his column in the Observer won the Financial Times David Thomas Prize. Salon.com chose his report on the US elections in 2000 as 'Political Story of the Year'. Palast divides his time between London and New York.
Dr Gillian Todd is a BABCP Accredited Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist, Supervisor and Trainer who is an Independent Practitioner based in Cambridge. Over her career, she has been Senior Lecturer in cognitive behavioural therapy at the University of East Anglia and an honorary Visiting Fellow in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Cambridge.
Colm Toibin is a multi-award-winning Irish novelist, short story writer and critic.He is Leonard Milberg Lecturer in Irish Letters at Princeton University in New Jersey and is to succeed Martin Amis as professor of creative writing at the University of Manchester. He is the author of six novels, including 'The Master' and 'Brooklyn'. He is a contributing editor at the London Review of Books.
Alexis S. Troubezkoy was born in Paris in 1934 into a Russian princely family. At an early age he emigrated to the United States. He is the author of Imperial Legend: The Mysterious Disappearance of Tsar Alexander I and The Road to Balaklava. He lives in Canada.
M.J. Trow is an historian and writer whose books include A Brief History of Vampires. His documentary on Cleopatra was recently screened on the National Geographic Channel. Originally from Rhondda, South Wales, he lives on the Isle of Wight.
Shuichi Tsunoda is a Tokyo-based commercial photographer and Azuki's owner. In 2016, Shuichi started an Instagram account for his pet, and a star was born. Shuichi was born in Tokyo in 1975. Having graduated from the Department of Graphic Design at Tama Art University, he started working as a freelance photographer in 1998. http://shuichitsunoda.com/
Called "a trollop with a laptop" by East Bay Express, "a literary siren" by Good Vibrations and "the mistress of literary erotica" by Violet Blue, Alison Tyler is naughty and she knows it.Over the past two decades, Ms Tyler has written more than twenty-five explicit novels, including Tiffany Twisted, Melt with You and The ESP Affair. Her novels and short stories have been translated into Japanese, Dutch, German, Italian, Norwegian, Spanish and Greek. When not writing sultry short stories, she edits erotic anthologies, including Alison's Wonderland, Kiss My Ass, Skirting the Issue and Torn.Ms Tyler is loyal to coffee (black), lipstick (red) and tequila (straight). She has tattoos, but no piercings; a wicked tongue, but a quick smile; and bittersweet memories, but no regrets. She believes it won't rain if she doesn't bring an umbrella, prefers hot and dry to cold and wet, and loves to spout her favorite motto, "You can sleep when you're dead". She chooses Led Zeppelin over The Beatles, the Cure over NIN, and the Stones over everyone. Yet although she appreciates good rock, she has a pitiful weakness for 80s hair bands.In all things important, she remains faithful to her partner of seventeen years, but she still can't choose just one perfume.