Robert Dennis Harris (1957) received popularity as an English book writer, BBC television reporter, and former journalist. Harris started to initially participate in non-fiction publications, but he received most of his credits as a historical fiction writer. His popular book named Fatherland received extensive support from his readers. He aimed to focus on narratives set in ancient Rome and World War II. He also started with works in contemporary history. Harris received an education at Selwyn College, Cambridge. Harris joined BBC after Cambridge and focused on current affairs programmes, for example, Newsnight and Panorama.
He also became the political editor of The Observer. Later in his life, Harris contributed to the Daily Telegraph and Sunday Times. Other popular novels include Enigma (1995), Archangel (1998), Pompeii (2003), Imperium (2006) and The Ghost (2007). Harris shared his childhood and friendship experiences on the radio programme Desert Island Discs in 2010. It became an interesting discussion because of his affiliation with Roman Polanski as well as Tony Blair.
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