The London Press Club is commemorating an important milestone in British journalism history in the most appropriate way – with a Long Lunch. Reporters Gavin Sherriff and Darryl Smith, the last journalists working in Fleet Street, have left, marking the end of an era. Since 1702 when the first British daily newspaper, the Daily Courant, was published there, Fleet
Steve Hewlett has had a distinguished broadcasting career from researcher on ‘Nationwide’ to editor at ‘Panorama’, as well as a presenter of ‘The Media Show’. Join us to celebrate his achievements as he remembers them. On Friday 25 November, he’ll be in conversation with Roger Bolton now the presenter of ‘Feedback’ but once Steve’s boss
The media industry can still seem intimidating to those who work outside of it – even though we spend much of our time on platforms making ourselves seen and heard. Companies know that they need to work with publishers and journalists to promote their business or products, but many simply don’t know how to go about
Black on Black: Does TV reflect the diversity of the nation? Clive Myrie in conversation with Trevor Phillips November 14th.
Diversity is one of the biggest issues facing the media – but has enough been done yet to make television reflect the nation? Join BBC Network and BBC World Presenter Clive Myrie and Trevor Phillips OBE on November 14 at Reed Smith in Broadgate Tower to debate how far the broadcast medium has come –
The imposing domed hall of the Victoria and Albert Museum was the stunning setting for this year’s London Press Club Ball which raised more than £20,000 for the Journalists’ Charity. Journalists, stars and editors attended the glittering annual event which was hosted by Sky’s Dermot Murnaghan – himself a long-standing ambassador for the charity ‘run by journalists for
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 where can i buy modafinil online worthy cause. Ticket/table prices include a champagne reception, a fabulous three-course
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 email@example.com
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