Actor and writer Kika Markham, has had a long career in television, film, theatre and politics. Among her television appearances are roles in Edward & Mrs Simpson; The Life and Times of David Lloyd George; Van der Valk; The Line of Beauty; Minder; Cracker; Agatha Christie’s Poirot and Mr Selfridge. Her films include Bunny Lake is Missing; Futtocks End; Francois Truffaut’s Two English Girls (Les Deux Anglaises et le Continent); Operation Daybreak, Outland and A Very British Coup. Her autobiography, Our Time of Day: My life with Corin Redgrave, was published in 2014. She and her husband Corin Redgrave were and are life long supporters of the Palestinian cause. They supported the Viva Palestina, the humanitarian convoy to Gaza in 2010, and she is also a patron of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign.