Crispin is an independent intelligence consultant. He is retained by the BBC as an expert in terrorism and intelligence and was extensively involved in their coverage of both 7/7 and 21/7.
Crispin Black MBE
Frank Gardner is the BBC'S security correspondent and was the first network TV journalist in Britain to cover the War on Terror full-time around the world which led to him being paralysed during a terrorist attack in Saudi. However, he has bounced back from that and determined to make the most of the rest of his life; he's even ski-ing again!
Former SAS officer and mercenary who led the failed "Wonga Coup" in Equatorial Guinea which led to him serving 15 months of a 34 year jail term. Now released, he has written a book about the coup "Cry Havoc" and is a consultant to private security firm, Moda Solutions