Lady Balfour of Burleigh, (Janet Morgan), MA, DPMI, FRSAS, Ron LLD (Strathclyde), Hon DLitt (Napier), FRSE. Writer; Company Director; b. 5.12.45, Montreal; m., Lord Balfour of Burleigh. Educ. Newbury County Girls' Grammar School; Oxford University; Sussex University; Harvard University. Member: Central Policy Review Staff, Cabinet Office, 1978-81, Board, British Council, 1989-99; Special Adviser to Director-General, BBC, 1983-86; Chairman, Cable & Wireless Flexible Resource Ltd., 1993-97; Non-Executive Director: Cable & Wireless, 1988-2004, W.H. Smith, 1989-95, Midlands Electricity, 1990-96, Scottish American Investment Co., since 1991, Scottish Oriental Smaller Companies Investment Trust, since 1994, The Scottish Life Assurance Company, 1995-2001, Nuclear Generation Decommissioning Fund Ltd, since 1996, New Medical Technologies pic, 1997-2004, BPB pic, since 2000, Stagecoach pic, since 2001, Murray International pic, since 2003, Scottish Medical Research Fund, 1992-94; Member: Scottish Museums Council Development Resource, 1988-1997
Ancient Monuments Board for Scotland, 1990-97, Book Trust Scotland, 1992-99, Scottish Economic Council, 1993- 95, Scottish Hospitals Endowment Research Trust, 1992- 98, Dorothy Burns Charity, 1994-2002; Chairman, Scotland's Book Campaign, 1994-96, Scottish Cultural Resources Access Network, 1995-2004, Scottish Museum of the Year Award, 1999-2004; Trustee: Carnegie Endowment for the Universities of Scotland, since 1993, National Library of Scotland, since 2002, Stewart Ivory Foundation, since 2001.
Publications: Diaries of a Cabinet Minister 1964-70 by Richard Grossman (4 volumes) (Editor); The Future of Broadcasting, (Co-Editor, 1982); Agatha Christie: a biography, 1984; Edwina Mountbatten: a life of her own, 1991; The Secrets of rue St. Roch, 2004.