Award-winning writer David is co-author of the caving classic Beneath the Mountains.
Award-winning investigative journalist David Rose has been an active caver for 47 years, and has taken part in exploratory expeditions in Spain, Mexico, Germany, Borneo and Britain. Currently a special investigations writer for the Mail on Sunday and a contributing editor with Vanity Fair, he also writes for publications including The Guardian, The Spectator and the Sunday Times magazine. He has made numerous BBC TV documentaries.
He is a past winner of the One World human rights journalism prize, the Royal Institute of International Affairs David Watt Memorial Prize, and the Bar Council award for Legal Journalist of the Year. He was named News Reporter of the Year in the Society of Editors British Press Awards for 2015. The author of six non-fiction books and one novel, he is working on a book about caving, The World Beneath the World, to be published by Penguin/Michael Joseph.
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