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Lindsey Hilsum is an international correspondent for Channel Four News. She covered the Libyan Revolution and has now published an account of that, Sandstorm, a superbly authoritative piece of journalism. I wanted to ask her many things, but started with … Continue reading
You’ll hear from this that I really enjoyed my encounter with Roger Highfield, a science journalist who was editor of New Scientist, a columnist for the Daily Telegraph and now works for the National Museum of Science and Industry. I … Continue reading
Justin Webb is now one of the presenting team for the Today Programme on BBC Radio Four. He has written two books, most recently Notes on Them and Us, based on his time as a correspondent in the United States, making … Continue reading
John Naughton is Networker, a columnist writing on internet and new media every Sunday in the Observer. He is the author From Gutenberg to Zuckerberg: What You Really Need to Know About the Internet. He joined me in conversation in … Continue reading
This was the most popular of the Conversations to date, with Channel 4 News presenter Jon Snow. He was bristling with anecdotes and in playful form too.
Sir Peter Stothard is now editor of the Times Literary Supplement and formerly was editor of the Times and the paper’s Washington correspondent. I joined him In Conversation at the BBC in Belfast on Friday, November 25. His most recent … Continue reading
We got Sir Christopher Meyer for a guest in the In Conversation series before an audience in Blackstaff House. As I say at the end of the interview, I should really have got stuck into him on his running of … Continue reading
Former Director of Communications at Blair’s Number Ten, Lance Price has some fascinating stories to share.
Martina Purdy is a political correspondent for the BBC. She was my first guest in the new series of Conversations before audiences at Queens University and at the BBC. We staged this event on Friday September 9 in the McClay … Continue reading