Alan Frame is a journalist, broadcaster and author.
He began his career on the Belfast News Letter, one of the city’s two morning newspapers before joining the Daily Express in Manchester.
He moved to London after three years and worked on the Daily Sketch, the Observer, the Daily Mail and the London Evening News where he was an assistant editor before re-joining the Daily Express. He was executive editor from 1990 until 1995 during which time he was a frequent broadcaster on LBC and BBC radio and television.
He has reported from Northern Ireland, South Africa, Hong Kong, the Soviet Union and on the grim legacy of the Chernobyl nuclear explosion.