Gillman, Peter (Charles)

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GILLMAN, Peter (Charles)

GILLMAN, Peter (Charles). British, b. 1942. Genres: Communications/Media, Writing/Journalism, Biography, Documentaries/Reportage, Sports/Fitness, History. Career: Town, London, England, assistant editor, 1964-65; Daily Telegraph, London, staff writer, 1965-66; freelance writer, 1966-69; Radio Times, London, features editor, 1969-71; Sunday Times, staff writer, co-editor of "Insight," and correspondent, 1971-83; freelance writer and broadcaster, 1983-; writer for British newspapers and magazines, consultant and assistant producer to BBC TV documentaries; teaches journalism specialising in investigative and feature writing techniques. Publications: (with D. Haston) Direttissima, 1966 (in U.K. as Eiger Direct, 1966); (with E. Davenport and P. Eddy) The Plumbat Affair, 1978; Fitness on Foot: Climbing and Walking for Pleasure, 1978; (with P. Eddy and J. Connell) Siege!, 1980; (with L. Gillman) Collar the Lot!: How Britain Interned and Expelled Its Wartime Refugees, 1980; (with M. Linklater and P. Eddy) War in the Falklands, 1982 (in U.K. as The Falklands War, 1982); (with L. Gillman) Alias David Bowie, 1986; The Duty Men, 1987; In Balance: Twenty Years of Mountaineering Journalism, 1989; Everest: The Best Writing and Pictures, 1993; (with L. Gillman) The Wildest Dream: Biography of George Mallory, 2000; Everest: 80 Years of Triumph and Tragedy, 2001. Address: 21 Warminster Rd, London SE25 4DL, England. Online address: [email protected]