Bloody Scotland: Frank Gardner
Frank Gardner talks about the highs and lows of his life at the BBC as well as his new role in tackling terrorists through the pages of his novels.
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The BBC’s Frank Gardner is one of the most recognisable and respected faces on television. He’s delivered the news from some of the world’s bloodiest hotspots, most notably in the Middle East where he was paralysed for life after suffering multiple gunshot wounds in Saudi Arabia.
As well as being the Beeb’s Security Correspondent, Frank is now also the bestselling author of two highly acclaimed thrillers. Ultimatum is the follow up to his hit debut Crisis, both featuring SIS agent Luke Carlton. Frank will talk about the highs and lows of his life at the BBC as well as his new role in tackling terrorists through the pages of his novels.
Chaired by James Crawford.
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