Mihir Bose

Author

Mihir Bose is a British-Indian journalist and author who was the first Sports Editor of the BBC. In nearly 50 years in journalism he has worked for the Sunday Times, the Daily Telegraph and written on sport, business and social and historical issues for the Financial Times, Daily Mail, Independent, Sunday People, Evening Standard, Irish Times and History Today and broadcast for Sky, ITV, Channel Four News and was the first cricket correspondent of LBC Radio. He is the author of 37 books. His History of Indian Cricket won the 1990 Cricket Society Silver Jubilee Literary Award. His Sporting Colours was runner-up in the 1994 William Hill Sports Book of the Year.

Mihir Bose is a British-Indian journalist and author who was the first Sports Editor of the BBC. In nearly 50 years in journalism he has worked for the Sunday Times, the Daily Telegraph and written on sport, business and social and historical issues for the Financial Times, Daily Mail, Independent, Sunday People, Evening Standard, Irish Times and History Today and broadcast for Sky, ITV, Channel Four News and was the first cricket correspondent of LBC Radio. He is the author of 37 books. His History of Indian Cricket won the 1990 Cricket Society Silver Jubilee Literary Award. His Sporting Colours was runner-up in the 1994 William Hill Sports Book of the Year.

Books

  • Paperback | Pub: 05 May 2022
    £17.99 £14.39

    The British, who are rightly proud of their sporting traditions, are now having to come to terms with the dark, unacknowledged, past of racism in sport – until now the truth that dare not speak its name. Conscious and unconscious racism have for...