On 2 May, join Kate Adie and Frank Gardner in conversation as they discuss their experiences reporting in the army.
The evening will be chaired by BBC World News Correspondent, Yalda Hakim, and the fascinating conversation will explore the relationship between journalism and the Army. Drawing on their personal experiences, Adie and Gardner will discuss the challenges of reporting in Army.
Kate Adie is known for her long service as BBC’s Chief News Correspondent. Her assignments have included both Gulf wars, the final NATO intervention in Kosovo, the massacre at Dunblane, the SAS lifting of the Iranian Embassy as well as the Bologna Railway Station bombing.
Frank Gardner is BBC’s award-winning Security Correspondent, reporting and presenting for TV, radio and online. He has written 3 Sunday Times best sellers and received an OBE in 2015 from HM The Queen for services to journalism.
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