Martin Bell was a war correspondent for the BBC for more than 30 years and reported from more than 80 countries. He was an independent MP from 1997-2001 and is currently a UNICEF ambassador. He has published a number of books, including A Very British Revolution: The Expenses Scandal and How To Save Democracy and a book of verse For Whom The Bell Tolls. A revised edition of his book on the Bosnian war, In Harm’s Way, will be published in April.
Books by Martin Bell
Interviews with Martin Bell
The best books on Reportage and War, recommended by Martin Bell
The former BBC war reporter picks out essential reading on the Bosnia and Vietnam wars and explains why a book of poetry speaks more to him about the reality of conflict than any other writing