BBC Radio Kent 04.09.2009

PART ONE   Dominic Kent   He had an idyllic childhood in Kent, growing up in Mersham near Ashford. But in 1979 at the age of fourteen, Timothy Knatchbull’s world was shattered when he took a boat trip off the coast of Ireland. The Provisional IRA blew up the vessel assassinating his grandfather, Lord Mountbatten of […]


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Readers’ Letters

Profound read I found this book a profound read. Vera-Lee Nelson 13 July 2017.   Help others overcome their trauma Your book helped immensely deal with the PTSD [post-traumatic stress disorder] I suffered whilst flying in the Military. So much so that I now help others overcome their trauma of Iraq and Afghanistan. Details supplied. […]


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Contact

To contact Timothy Knatchbull : info@fromaclearbluesky.com   Literary agent: www.curtisbrown.co.uk Jonathan Lloyd, Curtis Brown Group Ltd, Haymarket House, 28-29 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4SP Email: jlloyd@curtisbrown.co.uk   UK Publisher: www.randomhouse.co.uk Arrow, Random House Group 20 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London SW1V 2SA Publicity: Alice Spencer Tel: 0207 840 8611 Email: aspencer@penguinrandomhouse.co.uk   Indian Publisher: www.randomhouse.co.in Random House […]


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Radio interviews with Timothy Knatchbull

27.08.09 BBC World Service: World Update (go to ‘Transcriptions’ for interview) 27.08.09 BBC Radio Four: Today (go to ‘Transcriptions’ for interview) 02.09.09 RTE 2fm: The Tubridy Show (go to ‘Transcriptions’ for interview) 03.09.09 RTE 2fm: The Tubridy Show (go to ‘Transcriptions’ for interview) 02.09.09 TODAYfm: The Last Word (go to ‘Transcriptions’ for interview) 04.09.09 BBC […]


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Newspaper interviews with Timothy Knatchbull

If the article does not appear, please check your downloaded files 19.08.09 Sligo Champion 23.08.09 Irish Independent 23.08.09 Irish Tribune 23.08.09 Sunday Times 27.08.09 Daily Telegraph 28.08.09 Daily Mail 30.08.09 Sunday Times Review 16.09.09 Business Standard 18.09.09 Daily Mail 24.09.09 Kentish Express 12.10.09 Daily Telegraph 28.10.09 Fermanagh Herald 01.11.09 The Hindu 27.02.10 Times of India […]


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    Barbara Taylor Bradford


    'Testament to a remarkable, benevolent soul...With this public love letter he has found a way to say goodbye’. Sunday Times


    ‘It is one of the most penetrating and humane books to have emerged from the Troubles.’

    Irish Independent


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