David Ellery (born 1960s) is a television producer, director and writer, author and ship historian based in Hampshire. He has written and produced/ directed a variety of stand-alone documentaries and four series' for television and is credited with more than 150 published magazine articles and several books. He also appears as part of the on-screen team for The Great British Home Movie Roadshow, first broadcast in August and September 2010. In 2011 he received his second Royal Television Society Award. Ellery's background is in journalism. As a freelance feature writer he produced articles for a variety of regional and national magazines and papers, including Women's Realm, Woman & Home, Homes & Gardens and the Express newspaper group. They include celebrity interviews with stars like Stefanie Powers, Heather Lockyear, Peter Davison and Sir Norman Wisdom, and articles on travel, art, and motoring. In September 1992 Ellery became the Motoring Correspondent for regional radio station Spire FM in Salisbury, reporting on motoring matters from events like the London Motorshow and presenting a weekly slot. He then moved into television production, scripting and voice-over work. This year David Ellery is playing a key role in establishing a new archive of historic transport-related films.