Alistar Moffat was born in 1950. After school he took degrees at St Andrew's, Edinburgh and London universities. In 1976 he began a five-year period in charge of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, afterwards moving to Scottish Television, latterly as Director of Programmes and Chief Executive of Network Production. In 1999 he resigned these posts and came back to live in the Borders. His previous books include The Sea Kingdoms: The Story of Celtic Britain and Ireland and The Borders, which for many weeks was on the Scottish bestseller lists, both of which have been made into television series.
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