Nicholas William Richmond SHAKESPEARE

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1957-03-03
Education The Dragon Sch Oxford, Winchester, Magdalene Coll Cambridge (MA)
Books & Publications >ir< The Men Who Would Be King (1984), Londoners (1986), The Vision of Elena Silves (1989, Somerset Maugham prize, Betty Tst Prize), The High Flyer (1993), The Dancer Upstairs (1995, American Library Assoc Award for Best Novel 1997), Bruce Chatwin (1999), Snowleg (2004), In Tasmania (2004, Tasmania Book Prize 2007), Secrets of the Sea (2007); for television: The Waugh Trilogy (BBC), Return to the Sacred Ice (BBC), Iquitos (Channel 4), For the Sake of the Children (Granada, US Christopher Award), In the Footsteps of Bruce Chatwin (BBC), The Private Life of Dirk Bogarde (BBC, Best TV Documentary RTS Award 2001, Best Arts Documentary BAFTA 2001)
Recreations travelling, drawing
Clubs Beefsteak, Literary Soc
Style Nicholas Shakespeare, Esq
Career asst prodr BBC TV 1980-84, dep arts/literary ed The Times 1985-87; literary ed: London Daily News 1987, Daily Telegraph 1988-91, Sunday Telegraph 1989-91; FRS 1999, FRSL 1999
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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