Tom Bradby is a journalist, novelist and screen-writer. He has been with ITN for 30 years, which has included spells as Ireland Correspondent, Asia Correspondent and 10 years as Political Editor, and is currently the Anchor of News at Ten. He has written eight novels, including the Sunday Times bestselling Secret Service and is best-known as a screen-writer for the film adaptation of his novel Shadow Dancer, directed by Oscar winner James Marsh.
Sally was Henry’s wife. Having worked in the property sector for years as well as travelling the world she moved to Shropshire when their son Harry was born. A keen tennis player and obsessed with musicals she is the driving force behind the charity.
Swedish born Åsa travelled with her work as a diving instructor and safety diver on a 20th Century Fox filmset before moving to London working for a fabric company. She is married to James with 4 sons and lives in Shropshire where she is a partner in the family business. Always longing for the wild and a good book.
Having worked in Banking for over twenty five years and can normally be found up a mountain somewhere in the summer and winter. He previously started his own charity in response to the Asian Tsunami of December 2004 helping educate children in Sri Lanka. His current goal is to get a dog.