Time and date: Thursday 19th of April, 6.30pm
Two leading historians and biographers discuss what it means to write about men and women whose profession it is to conceal their identities. How do biographers address the secret lives of spies, and the lives of those who know them? And how do spies keep their professional lives hidden from their families?
|Stephen Dorril is a journalist, researcher and author of many books on the history of secret services|
|Andrew Lownie is a writer, a literary agent and most recently the author of Stalin’s Englishman: The Lives of Guy Burgess.|