Fifth Horseman ebook
by Walter Harris
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Walter Harris (15 October 1925 – 9 May 2019) was a British author and broadcaster. The Fifth Horseman (Panther Books 1976). Allen & Co 1977). He is the author of ten published novels, several volumes of poetry, numerous articles and spoken word recordings. Recordings of his interviews and broadcasts are held at the BBC Sound Archive and the British Library.
Walter Harris was born in London, in the middle of the Jazz Age, in 1925
Walter Harris was born in London, in the middle of the Jazz Age, in 1925. c at the RAF Experimental Establishment at Boscombe Down. Later he was German interpreter to Afrika Korps prisoners of war in the Egyptian desert, in Cairo playwright in RAF Repertory Company and news reader on the Forces Network. This year, 2017 sees the publication of YESTERDAY CALLING a memoir of Harris' broadcasting career, the book includes a CD of rediscovered, digitally remastered interviews with many famous, infamous and fashionable names.
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Walter Harris (born 1925) is a British author and broadcaster. At the age of 90 Harris acquired a new job as a voice-over artist with Soho Voices.
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