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The work of acclaimed author and documentary maker Andrew Smith is featured in many of the world’s leading press titles including: The Guardian, Sunday Times and Observer.
His pieces have covered everything from crop circle hoaxers; the ecstasy testers of Amsterdam; the secret world under London and human rights work of Bianca Jagger, to interviews with Madonna, architect Richard Rogers, artist Damien Hirst, and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.
In 2002, Smith wrote his international bestseller Moondust: in Search of the Men Who Fell to Earth. Nominated for two British Book Awards and chosen by The (London) Times as one of its ‘100 Best Books of the Noughties’, Moondust follows Andrew’s search for the nine remaining Apollo astronauts who walked on the moon between 1969 and 1972,
His latest title: Totally Wired: on the Trail of the Great Dotcom Swindle, tells of the amazing rise and fall of New York web pioneer Josh Harris, whose personal fortune dwindled from 85 million dollars…to 50 million… to nothing – all in the space of a week.
Smith’s thought provoking documentaries include Being Neil Armstrong in which Smith travels throughout America to explore the personal history of the first person on the moon.
In To Kill a Mockingbird at 50, Smiths visits Monroeville, Alabama, to see for himself if, and how, the town has changed since being featured in Harper Lee’s classic – To Kill a Mockingbird.
A fascinating storyteller, Andrew Smith keeps audiences spellbound.
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