Imagine, you're alone. Trapped in a pub with soccer hooligans, paramilitaries connected to a voilent white-power music scene, as their gang leader is sentenced for murder. Or unmasked in a hotel in North Carolina by henchmen of the world's most infamous neo-nazi. And then you get invited to a gathering of Holocaust deniers in Beirut.You meet a US Presidential candidate, once revered by the white supremacists you've just befriended. Then you encounter the political zealots rising within the heart of Europe. These are just some events that award-winning writer Nick Ryan describes from his a six-year journey into the terrifying arena of white nationalism. Moving from the backstreets and pubs of London, to the international terrorist cells in Scandinavia, and onwards to the smiling zealots of the USA and Europe, Homeland unravels the chilling story behind the growth of right-wing extremism - told through the lives of those living it.
Nick Ryan is an award-winning British journalist and writer, as well as consultant TV producer. His work has appeared in newspapers and magazines around the world, including The New York Times Magazine, The Times Magazine, The Independent on Sunday Review, The Telegraph Magazine, The Observer Magazine, The Mail on Sunday Review, The Weekend Australian, and he is a regular reviewer for The Express newspaper. He was creative producer of the BBC1 drama, England Expects, starring Steven Mackintosh, and a consultant for the Ross Kemp on Gangs series shown on Sky 1.