The most famous turning point of World War II
John Willis is one of Britain's best known television executives. He is a former Director of Programmes at Channel 4 and Director of Factual and Learning at the BBC. He was Vice-president of National Programs at WGBH Boston. In 2012 he was elected as Chair of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA). He started his career as a documentary maker and won a string of major awards for his films including Johnny Go Home, Alice - A Fight for Life, Rampton - The Secret Hospital, and of course Churchill's Few on which this book is based. He is currently Chair of Mentorn Media, producers of Question Time for BBC and he also chairs the Board of Governors at the Royal Central School for Speech and Drama. He divides his time between London and Norfolk.