Phil Carradice

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Phil Carradice (born 1947), is a Welsh writer and broadcaster.[1]

Carradice was born in Pembroke Dock. He was educated at Cardiff College of Education and Cardiff University, and became a teacher and social worker. After several years as head of Headlands Special School in Penarth, near Cardiff, he retired from the teaching profession to become a full-time writer. He hosts a history series on BBC Radio Wales entitled The Past Master.[2]

Carradice is a prolific public speaker and travels extensively in the course of his work.[3][4][5]

Works[edit]

Fiction[edit]

  • Hour of the Wolf (1985)

Children's[edit]

  • The Bosun's Secret (2000)
  • The Pirates of Thorn Island (2001)
  • Hannah Goes to War (2005)
  • Black Bart's Treasure (2007)
  • The Wild West Story (2013)[6]

Non-fiction[edit]

  • Failures of System (1976)
  • The Last Invasion (1992)
  • The Write Way (1996)
  • Welsh Islands (1997)
  • Shooting the Sacred Cows (1998)
  • Exploring the Pembrokeshire Coast (2002)
  • Wales at War (2005)
  • Coming Home: Wales After the War (2005)
  • A Town Built to Build Ships - A History of Pembroke Dock (2006)
  • Life Choices (2006)
  • People’s Poetry of the Great War (Cecil Woolf, 2007)
  • The Black Chair (2008)
  • People’s Poetry of World War Two (Cecil Woolf, 2009)
  • The First World War in the Air (Amberley, 2012)
  • 1914:the First World War at Sea in Photographs (Amberley, 2014)

Poetry[edit]

  • Cautionary Tale (1998)
  • Ghostly Riders (2002)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Literature Wales:Writers of Wales. Accessed 14 April 2013
  2. ^ BBC Radio Wales - Past Master. Accessed 6 January 2014
  3. ^ Siegfried's Journal, vol 25 (2014), p 1
  4. ^ Western Front Association Poets Tour 2014. Accessed 14 June 2014
  5. ^ Dinefwr Literature Festival 2014 Accessed 14 June 2014
  6. ^ Pont Books:Coming Soon. Accessed 13 April 2013

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