Agent: Julian Alexander
Peter Snow CBE is a distinguished writer, journalist, and broadcaster. He reported around the world as ITN’s Diplomatic and Defence Correspondent for 15 years. He then moved to the BBC to present Newsnight for 17 years. He has presented Tomorrow’s World for the BBC and election programmes for ITV and the BBC. His recent work includes two TV series on Britain’s and The World’s Greatest Battlefields, which he co-presented with his son, Dan Snow.
To War with Wellington (John Murray), tells the story of the men who fought their way across Europe to defeat Napolean in the words of those who were there. Peter's latest book, When Britain Burned the White House (John Murray) This compelling account of the defeat of the U. S. army in August 1814 explores the fluctuating fortunes of both the invading and defending forces in Peter's usual compelling style.
His most recent book War Stories is a fascinating account of ordinary men and women swept up in the turbulence of war.