Graeme McLagan has specialised in long-term investigations for BBC news and current affairs programmes. The BBC’s expert on police corruption for more than twenty years, he presented three Panorama programmes on the subject as well as several major stories for Newsnight. He won the Royal Television Society prize for his scoops while covering the ‘Arms for Iraq’ scandal and was commended in 1998 for Bent, the second of his Panorama programmes on police corruption. He wrote the bestselling Bent Coppers and is the co-author of Mr Evil, the story of David Copeland, the neo-Nazi nail-bomber. London born, Graeme McLagan is married with two grown-up children. He is now a freelance writer and broadcaster.