Ian Waugh is a broadcaster, historian, published author and Englishman.
Born in Dorset, brought up in Devon with my roots in the South West going back many generations.
I am a passionate historian, co-authored The Man They Couldn’t Hang and I’m a recognised British historic researcher. I frequently upload and update historic data, including my family trees and historic backgrounds.
As a broadcaster I have worked with radio and television networks in the UK and overseas. I have also been an adviser to state broadcasters in countries in Europe and Africa.
I am a partially paralysed stroke victim and suffer from painful osteoarthritis in both legs. Because of my physical restrictions I use speech recognition software to type – sometimes typos occur and end up being published.
You can contact Ian Waugh here and read more about him by clicking here. He’s on Twitter. His ‘sometimes when I feel like it’ scribblings (m’Blog) can be found here. He’s currently giving Facebook a rest.