Born in Glasgow in 1937, Leslie Woodhead is one of Britain's most distinguished documentary film-makers. His pioneering films, often on major Eastern European themes, have won many awards, including a BAFTA and the Royal Television Society award. He has been awarded an OBE for 'services to television'. His memoir My Life as a Spy charts his experience of the Cold War. He lives in Cheshire.
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