Whale, John (Hilary)
WHALE, John (Hilary)
WHALE, John (Hilary). British, b. 1931. Genres: Politics/Government, Theology/Religion, Writing/Journalism. Career: Sub-Ed., Section Anglaise, French radio, Paris, 1958-59; Scriptwriter and Reporter, London, 1960-63, Political Correspondent, London, 1963-67, and U.S. Correspondent, Washington, D.C., 1967-69, Independent Television News; Leader Writer, 1969-84, and Religious Affairs Correspondent, 1979-84, The Sunday Times, London. Head of Religious Programmes, BBC Television 1984-89; Ed. Church Times, London, 1989-95. Publications: The Half-Shut Eye: Television and Politics in Britain and America, 1969; Journalism and Government, 1972; (co-author) Ulster, 1972; The Politics of the Media, 1977, 1980; One Church, One Lord, 1979; (ed.) The Pope from Poland: An Assessment, 1980; Put It in Writing, 1984; The Future of Anglicanism, 1988. Contributor to books. Address: 45 Shakespeare Rd., London W3 6SE, England.