Natasha Murtagh is a first-year student of English and Philosophy at University College Dublin. She is 19 years old and lives at home in Greystones, Co. Wicklow, with her parents and brother, three dogs and two cats. Peter Murtagh has been a full-time journalist since 1980. He is a managing editor at The Irish Times. He was previously the paper's security correspondent before joining The Sunday Times in London and later the Guardian. Subsequently, he was editor of The Sunday Tribune before rejoining The Irish Times. He is co-author (with Joe Joyce) of two books, The Boss, Charles J Haughey in government (1983) and Blind Justice, the Sallins mail train robbery (1984). He is author of The Rape of Greece - the king, the colonels and the resistance (1994) and since 2000, he has edited 11 editions of The Irish Times Book of the Year. He received the Award for Outstanding Work in Irish Journalism in 1984 and was named Reporter of the Year in Britain in 1986. He is 57 years old and also lives at home with his wife Moira, son Patrick and Natasha, and the same three dogs and two cats.