Andy Saunders










Andy Saunders is a writer and researcher who specialises in military and aviation history.

He is the author of many books including “BATTLE OVER SUSSEX”, “BLITZ OVER SUSSEX”, “BOGNOR AT WAR” (Middleton Press), “LITTLE FRIENDS” (Random House), “RAF TANGMERE REVISITED” (Sutton), “NO 43 ‘FIGHTING COCKS’ SQUADRON” (Osprey Books), “JANE: A PIN-UP AT WAR” (Pen and Sword), “BADER’S LAST FIGHT”, “MANNOCK VC”, “FINDING THE FEW”, “SPITFIRE P9374 “and “CONVOY PEEWIT” (Grub Street)

He has also had articles published in all major UK historic aviation journals and is now the editor of Britain At War magazine.

Andy has also been involved – both on screen and as technical and historical advisor – with a number of TV documentaries. In 2005 he devised the concept for the Channel 4 two hour special, “WHO DOWNED DOUGLAS BADER?” and in 2009 he was involved, both as consultant and contributor, with the acclaimed “ACES FALLING” WW1 programme for ‘TIMEWATCH’. And he is a regular contributor to “INSIDE OUT”.

Since then he has been involved with such projects as “DIG 1940” and the “BATTLE OF BRITAIN” series for the BBC. His most recent credit is as Series Consultant and on-screen leader of the dig team for Mandrill TV’s “WAR DIGS” for Discovery.