MORGAN, Janet. (Lady Balfour of Burleigh). British (born Canada), b. 1945. Genres: Communications/Media, Politics/Government, Biography. Career: Exeter College, Oxford, lecturer in politics, 1974-76; St. Hugh's College, Oxford, director of studies, 1975-76, lecturer in politics, 1976-78; U.K. Cabinet Office, London, Central Policy Review Staff, member, 1978- 81; All Souls College, Oxford, visiting fellow, 1983; BBC, London, special adviser to the director-general, 1983-86; Granada Group, London, adviser to the group board, 1986-89; non-executive director of the following: Cable and Wireless, Scottish American Investment Co, Scottish Cultural Resources Access Network, BPB plc, Stagecoach plc, Murray International plc, etc.; Nuclear Generation Decommissioning Fund, chairman. Publications: The House of Lords and the Labour Government 1964-70, 1975; Reinforcing Parliament, 1976; Agatha Christie: A Biography, 1984; Edwina Mountbatten: A Life of Her Own, 1991. EDITOR: The Diaries of a Cabinet Minister 1964- 70, by R. Crossman, 3 vols., 1975-77; Backbench Diaries 1951-63, by R. Crossman, 1980; (with R. Hoggart) The Future of Broadcasting, 1982. Address: c/o Jenny Brown Associates, 42 The Causeway, Duddingston Village, Edinburgh EH15 3PZ, Scotland.