Dr Tessa Dunlop is a twentieth-century historian, a Sunday Times bestselling author, and a Royal Television Society awarded broadcaster. She was a presenter on the BBC’s BAFTA-winning series Coast, has appeared on numerous history documentaries and talk shows, and is often invited to comment on royal news.
Tessa grew up in Scotland and now lives in London with her family. Recently, alongside all her writing and broadcasting, Tessa somehow found time to complete a PhD. Her books include The Century Girls and The Bletchley Girls, as well as her latest books, Army Girls (published to coincide with the 80th Anniversary of National Conscription for Women) and Elizabeth & Philip: A story of young love, marriage and monarchy. On 11 November, to commemorate Remembrance Day, Tessa will be joining Lucinda Hawksley to talk about her writing career. Join them at 12pm for the Inside Story.