Allan Little was born and raised in Galloway, south west Scotland, and educated at Edinburgh University. In 1983 Allan Little joined BBC and spent the majority of his career there as a Foreign Correspondent, leaving in 2014 to pursue a freelance career. During this time, he covered the fall of communism in Eastern Europe in 1989, and spent the 90s covering the Gulf War in Iraq, the break-up of former Yugoslavia, and conflict in Africa and Moscow. He was the BBC's Special Correspondent based in London from 2005-2014.
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The BBC National Short Story Award with BookTrust celebrates its tenth year with a stellar line-up of authors.