Welcome to the website of CHRISTOPHER WARWICK, Writer, Biographer, Broadcaster and Speaker.
Christopher is a well known and well respected writer and biographer, broadcaster and speaker, who is regularly invited to take part in television and radio programmes to discuss topical news issues. He has so far published 14 books, including best-selling authorized biographies of HRH The Princess Margaret and Sir Peter Ustinov. HER MAJESTY, the first ever royal book produced by international publisher TASCHEN, on which Christopher worked as author and consultant, is a sumptuously illustrated large-format, tri-lingual Art Book published in tribute to the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth II. First published in November 2012, a numbered 1,000-copy collectors' edition, with cover specially designed by Vivienne Westwood, was published in July 2013.
After eight years in hardback, Christopher's highly-acclaimed, definitive biography, Ella: Princess, Saint & Martyr, which tells the remarkable story of Queen Victoria's granddaughter, Grand Duchess Elisabeth Feodorovna of Russia, was released in October 2014 in revised paperback and Kindle format as The Life and Death of ELLA Grand Duchess of Russia - A Romanov Tragedy.
Following publication of Ella, Christopher was asked to undertake a history of the Throckmorton family of Coughton Court, Warwickshire. A purely private commission, One House, One Family, One Faith (the title is the family motto), commemorated the 600th anniversary of the founding of a dynasty whose most famous sons were among the movers and shakers at the Courts of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I.
In addition to books, Christopher has written for the national press and has broad experience as a speaker, ghostwriter and film/television publicity writer.
Christopher is now available through Find A TV Expert on www.findatvexpert.com To discuss a commission, to explore book ideas, news features, or talks, please get in touch. Contact details, by email, telephone or via LinkedIn, can be found on the relevant page of this website.