Paul Wheeler (1955, Modern History) publishes autobiography
Paul Wheeler grew up in a working class family and, buoyed by a new wave of social mobility following the Second World War, came up to Oxford in 1955 to read Modern History at Exeter College. Here he progressed academically and at sport, building connections that helped him to establish a career at MI6 and ultimately as a screenwriter for the fast-growing medium of television.
The combination of talent, know-how, connections, and crucially being in the right place at the right time allowed Mr Wheeler to enjoy a successful career in film and television. Right Place, Right Time is his story.
Right Place, Right Time is available as an e-book and a paperback here.