Brunel University London
Brunel University London
All events in the Journalism Matters! seminar series will take place in the Howell building 001, Brunel University London from midday to 1pm, (except the event 'Great Talk Radio', which begins at 4pm). at Brunel University London

University Event


Journalism Matters! Seminar Series running until 9th December

University event offered by Brunel University London

Event Summary:

All events in the Journalism Matters! seminar series will take place in the Howell building 001, Brunel University London from midday to 1pm, (except the event 'Great Talk Radio', which begins at 4pm).

Full Event Details:

The Journalism Matters! seminar series, occurring over Autumn 2014, brings together experienced figures from the world of journalism to share their stories with members of the public, staff and students.

All events in the Journalism Matters! seminar series will take place in the Howell building 001, from midday to 1pm, (except the event 'Great Talk Radio', which begins at 4pm).

30th September 2014
Data Journalism: the future?
Jacqui Taylor
CEO, Flying Binary

7th October 2014
Borisville.Uxbridge
Harry Mount
Author of 'The Wit and Wisdom of Boris Johnson'

14th October 2014
Hack Attack
Nick Davies
The Guardian

21st October 2014
One Rogue reporter, or One Trick Pony?
Rich Peppiatt
Former Daily Star Reporter

28th October 2014
I started in Uxbridge #2 [well, Ickenham]
Sue Cook
TV presenter
Crimewatch/Nationwide, Born in Ickenham

11th November 2014
When reporters cross the line
Stewart Pervis
Professor City University, Ex Editor in Chief ITN

18th November 2014
So many platforms; the future of news
John Ryley
Editor Sky News

25th November 2014
All you really need to know about media law in one hour
Mike Dodd
Press Association/ Editor Mcnae's Law for Journalists

2nd December 2014
My Media Law
Mark Stephens
Media lawyer - Assange and others FSI

OR

My Brazil World Cup
Clive Tylesdely
Lead Football Commentator ITV

9th December, 4pm 2014
Great talk radio
Jeremy Vine
Presenter, BBC Radio Two

Suitable For:

Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 5 (Students aged 16-18)
Individuals (Enquiry not required to be through a school)
Teachers (CPD)
Parents

Duration:

Short Session

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Minimum number of students:

1



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