Judith Mackrell is a writer and Dance critic for the Guardian. She was the ghostwriter for Darcey Bussell's 'Life in Dance'. She lives in London with her husband and two sons.
Professor Brian Matthews is the acclaimed author of Louisa (McPhee Gribble, 1987) and more recently of his idiosyncratic memoir, A Fine and Private Place (Pan Mac, 2000).
Mark Mazower is a Professor of History at Princeton University and has recently been appointed Professor of History at Birkbeck College, London.
John Miller's career has principally been in TV and radio (for the BBC) and for ten years until 1992 for the South of England ITV company, TVS. He is the author of biographies of Ralph Richardson, and for W&N/Orion: Judi Dench and Peter Ustinov. He collaborated with John Gielgud on AN ACTOR AND HIS TIME (Pan pb). He has also edited DARLING JUDI (W&N/Orion) which celebrated Judi Dench's 70th birthday.
Patti Miller is the author of Writing Your Life, The Last One Who Remembers and Child (all Allen & Unwin), and Whatever the Gods Do (Random House). She has taught writing at universities and writers' centres for 20 years. In 1991, she founded Life Stories Workshops. Her website is www.lifestories.com.au.
Mark Mordue has written for Rolling Stone, Vogue, The Word and the Sydney Morning Herald. He is the author of Dastgah: Diary of a Headtrip, and has interviewed Nick Cave for several publications.
Nana Mouskouri was born in Athens and continues to be one of the most successful popular singers in the world. She was appointed a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in 1993, and served as a member of the European Parliament in the 1990s.