Dr Graham Clingbine was born in Hammersmith (London, UK) but grew up, attended school
and spent his childhood in Harrow (Middlesex), now part of northwest London. His mum Rose
was a housewife and his dad Joe a bespoke tailor.
Graham moved to Plaistow in east London when he married at a young age. He later moved to
the village of Eye in rural Suffolk in the east of England because of new employment with a
company involved in the testing of new drugs in toxicology studies for health and safety in the
In later years, Graham re-married and since then has resided at addresses in Ilford (Essex)
northeast of London. Graham has two daughters Lorraine and Gemma, and grandchildren.
Except for the period with the pharmaceutical company mentioned above, Dr Clingbine spent a
long career mainly in education teaching Biological Sciences at a number of schools and
colleges before retiring from City & Islington College in north London. His post there was as the
Course Manager of the Medical Access Course and Senior Lecturer in Human Anatomy &
Physiology, and Biochemistry. He also lectured advanced Ocular Anatomy and Health Studies.
In addition to his employment background, Graham is also an experienced network marketer and worked with various multi-level marketing (MLM) companies from home, successfully building big teams and promoting a number of services and products.
Graham has BSc (Hons) and MSc degrees from the University of London (Bedford College, Regents Park, London) in the areas of Biological Science and Neurobiology respectively. His award of PhD followed a research programme on the memory mechanisms of the brain undertaken at North East London Polytechnic (later re-named the University of East London). His work led to four papers being accepted for publication in scientific journals.
Among his various personal interests, Graham has a keen interest in science fiction and extensive research knowledge in the subject area of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) and related phenomena.
Graham has a number of other hobbies and personal interests including badminton and cricket. He is a keen angler and not only enjoys fishing the rivers, lakes and seas of his home country (the UK) but has ventured further afield to countries across Europe and to the Gulf of Mexico off Key West in Florida in the USA.
During his teaching days, Graham authored a number of paperback books related to model answers to Biology examination papers set by the London University Board with co-authors including Dr C Anderson and B Moradbakhti.
In recent times, Dr Graham Clingbine has become a prolific and well-read author in various genres. His books have received good reviews from various media. Details of his books are on this website.