DAVID LOWE (a.k.a. EcoWorrier aka Lewis Adler) is a UK based author, broadcaster, actor and former musician. He lives with his wife Jenny in Agatha Christie's home town of Torquay in England.
Virtrually all of David's published scribblings overt the past 25 years - covering a wide variety of subjects - have appeared as magazine, periodical and newspaper articles or columns, short stories and essays. In addition to all that, David is an independent author with, so far, two e-books to his pen-name of Lewis Adler.
Lewis's latest e-book "Maisie Pops" is a mid-20th Century period piece: a ghosted autobiography of a single-minded, rebellious lady whose life choices between 1913 and 1965 pre-dated the "girl power" phenomenon by several decades. "Maisie Pops" is available for download to Amazon Kindle, iPad, Kobo and all other e-book readers. It was published in August 2013, and it has been enjoying an Amazon e-book Top 50 women's book ranking since the beginning of 2014. Here's the Amazon link:-
In contrast, his debut e-book was published in March 2011. It's a full length occult thriller entitled "Redeeming Factor", likewise, written under his stage and pen-name of Lewis Adler. In common with "Maisie Pops" ... "Redeeming Factor" is available for download for Amazon-Kindle; iPad; Kobo; and all other e-book readers, worldwide. Here's the Amazon link:-
When not writing, David Lowe makes radio programmes for the B.B.C. and has been doing so since 1981. Currently, he produces and presents a weekly music-based nostalgia programme for the B.B.C's West and South West Region. The production goes under the title of "Swingers & Singers'' (note: the use of the word 'swingers' is in its original musical sense, rather than the oh-so very tiresome latter day miss-appropriation). The programme is transmitted by nine B.B.C. local radio stations from 20:03 hours (UK time) every Sunday.
"Swingers & Singers'' is also streamed 'live' on the internet via various B.B.C. radio station websites, including www.bbc.co.uk/devon.
The most recent edition of the programme can be heard worldwide at any time on-line on the B.B.C. iPlayer via the "listen again" link on the above mentioned website. Go to www.bbc.co.uk/devon,
click on "listen again" > new page > click on the most recent Sunday date > wait a few seconds while the programme schedule below the calendar changes to the Sunday schedule > scroll down the schedule until you see the name David Lowe. Click on it, and that'll take you to the programme on the BBC iPlayer.