Bellman Books was a series of handbooks produced by the MI6/Information Research Department front group Ampersand in 1955. The series was edited by the Information Research Department affiliated former BBC producer Michael Goodwin.  The Information Research Department shipped the series to posts around the world, encouraging local translations, and newspaper and radio serialisations. 
- G L Arnold, Peace or war?
- John Bowle, The nationalist idea
- Maurice William Cranston, Human rights to-day
- Denis Healey, Neutralism
- Geoffrey Francis Hudson, The fanatic and the sane
- Joseph A Lauwerys, The enterprise of education
- George Lichtheim, Peace or war?
- Jules Menken, The economics of defence
- Leonard Bertram Schapiro, The future of Russia
- Hugh Seton-Watson, The revolution of our time
- Basil Joseph Pontifex Woods, Economic co-operation; a contrast in methods
- G D N Worswick, Modern man's living standards
- Alfred Zauberman, Economic imperialism; the lesson of eastern Europe
- ‘GOODWIN, Michael Felix James’, Who Was Who, A & C Black, 1920–2007; online edn, Oxford University Press, Dec 2007
- John Jenks, British Propaganda and News Media in the Cold War (Edinburgh University Press, 2006) p.71