John Clare

Male, Person

1955 –

38

Who is John Clare?

John Clare is an English author, journalist and Chief Executive of LionsDen Communications.

He was a producer and reporter at ITN where he covered some of the biggest stories of the 1980s including the Troubles in Northern Ireland, the Hungerford Massacre, the Heysel stadium disaster and trial of the Liverpool fans, The Bradford football stadium fire, the trial of "The Brighton Bomber", Patrick McGee, and his associates, and The Broadwater Farm trials.

He also, with reporter David Chater, covered Tom McLean's historic single-handed rowing across the Atlantic, a feat for which Tom still holds the world speed record.

On the Daily Mail he was a feature writer and commissioning editor.

He is the author of a number of books, including Communicating Clearly about Science and Medicine, John Clare's Guide to Media Handling, and Organ Farm - the book of the TV series of which he was executive producer.

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1955

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on July 23, 2013

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