Join TV presenter Konnie Huq and BBC producer Eve Conway in a Q&A about the campaign to eradicate polio. As this year’s Great Britain and Ireland President of Rotary International, Eve (seen below with Konnie) has chosen the fight against polio as her campaign. Konnie travelled to India with Rotary International to take part in the immunisation programme
A social evening for journalists and others in the London media world, hosted by The Frontline Club, Paddington, on the first Tuesday of each month. No entrance fee is required and there is a pay bar. From 6.30pm.
The London Press Club Ball takes place in the stunning surroundings of London’s V&A Museum on Thursday 13 October. Held in aid of The Journalists Charity, the London Press Club Ball last year raised a phenomenal £30,000 for this worthy cause. Ticket/table prices include a champagne reception, a fabulous three-course meal with wine plus entertainment and
The London Grill Club is looking forward to lively debate and conversation with guests Freddie Forsyth on 13 September, Jamie Reed MP on 18 October and Margaret Hodge on 28 November. All 12.15 for 12.45. Tickets £25. To book email firstname.lastname@example.org
Technology: How far can it go? Monday 19 September, 6.30pm. How artificial intelligence and smart technology will change our lives will come under the microscope at London Press Club’s monthly social gathering at The Corinthia Hotel in Whitehall Place on Monday 19th. The thought-provoking forum will explore the pioneering work being done and will give an insight
The Press Club’s First Tuesday at The Frontline Club on November 1 features a major debate. In conjunction with the Frontline Club and Index on Censorship, leading journalists will examine the changing role of the foreign correspondent. Risks have never been greater for the foreign reporters out in the field while budgets from media organisations are ever tighter. Is less foreign
The London Press Club’s “meet the editor” Q&A series continues with The Independent’s editor Christian Broughton Christian will reveal how The Independent has developed since its move to digital-only publishing six months ago, and take questions from the audience. Book now for this fascinating Q&A session and networking reception which will take place at the offices of
As usual we will not be meeting at the Frontline in August but also have to cancel September’s planned meeting as the club is being refurbished and will not be open. The next meeting is therefore Tuesday 4th October at 6.30 pm. We will be making a presentation to Peter Durrant, Gentleman of Fleet Street,
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A medical study into how journalists chasing deadlines cope so well with stress was launched at a London Press Club event this week. The study being undertaken by neuroscientist Dr Tara Swart into the mental resilience of journalists will include working with volunteers who will have their heart rate and testosterone monitored as part of