Gavin Fuller is head of the Telegraph library, responsible for maintaining that newspaper's archive. He is also a former Mastermind champion and the editor of Leaves on the Line, a collection of readers' letters to the Telegraph on trains and train journeys. Born in Surrey in 1966, Michael Wright was educated at Windlesham House and Sherborne and graduated with a first in English Literature from Edinburgh University. He spent several years working as a theatre critic, arts columnist and literary diarist in London before moving to rural France, where for ten years he wrote the much-loved C'est La Folie column in the Daily Telegraph. He has since published two bestselling books about his life-changing experiences in the French countryside, C'est La Folie and Je t'aime a La Folie, and is the co-author with Stephen Grady of the bestselling memoir, Gardens of Stone, about an English boy in the French Resistance. A passionate cyclist, he still lives and races in France with his wife, two daughters, two dogs, one cat, one long-suffering fish and six very small sheep.