Admission Price: Free to attend, places must be booked in advance
The 2019 James Cameron Memorial Lecture will be given by Isabel Hilton OBE.
'Journalism with Chinese characteristics: reflections on media in the new era'
Isabel Hilton is a London based writer and broadcaster. She is founder and editor of chinadialogue, an independent, non-profit organisation based in London, Beijing and San Francisco. She has reported from China, South Asia, Latin America, Africa, the Middle East and Europe and has written and presented several documentaries for BBC radio and television. Before founding chinadialogue she was a writer and/or editor for a number of newspapers, including the Sunday Times, the Independent and the Guardian. She has authored and co-authored several books and holds honorary doctorates from Bradford and Stirling Universities.
James Cameron Memorial Lecture
The James Cameron Memorial Lecture is given every year in memory of prominent British journalist James Cameron. The lecture has previously been delivered by a distinguished group of speakers including Ben Bradlee, Michael Grade, Alan Rusbridger, Tony Benn, Greg Dyke, Sir Max Hastings and more recently, Lyse Doucet, Christine Ockrent, Jeremy Bowen, Robert Peston, Gary Younge and Gideon Rachman.
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6.30pmWednesday 20th November 2019