By Paul Charman All the traditional crutches that hacks use to deal with stress – endless coffees, snatched meals, a quick snifter before deadline, coupled with little or no exercise outside the quick sprint to the pub – mean that they are more prone to bad temper, bias and an inability “to solve complex problems”,
The London Press Club invites you to an evening hosted by neuroscientist Dr Tara Stewart who will be revealing the results of a study she recently conducted into the mental resilience of journalists. Join us at the Corinthia Hotel London on Wednesday May 17 at 6:30pm to hear Tara (below) and a panel of journalists – chaired by
The London Press Club, Index on Censorship and the Foreign Press Association are hosting a joint panel discussion together for the first time. The debate on global media freedom is being held to mark Index on Censorship’s Freedom of Expression Awards. The finalists – crusading news platform Maldives Independent and fearless Serbian investigative journalists KRIK – will explore the challenges
The London Press Club awards lunch is proving again to be the must-attend media event of the spring. This year’s awards at the spectacular Ballroom of the Corinthia Hotel in Whitehall on Thursday 27 April is already in demand with a limited number of tables available with the national newspapers and broadcasters already booked in.
The shortlists for the London Press Club awards are announced today. The four competing for the national newspaper of the year are: Daily Mirror, The i, The Financial Times, The Times. Nominated for the Sunday Newspaper of the Year award are: The Mail on Sunday, The Observer, The Sunday Telegraph, The Sunday Times. There are four
Shameless, State of Play, No Offence…Paul Abbott in conversation, March 6 The list goes on. Paul Abbott is simply one of the best current writers on British and American televisions, with a dark, deep and distinctive style. You just know you are watching a Paul Abbott creation. He’ll be in conversation with John Mair at The
The Press Club’s programme of regular social gatherings at the Corinthia buy generic provigil Hotel in Whitehall begins on Thursday (26 Jan) with a free glass of bubbly. Existing and new members are invited to The Northall Bar at Corinthia Hotel in Whitehall Place SW1A 2BC from 6.30pm. And remember that becoming a London Press
Two fascinating debates kick off a packed year of events The London Press Club is delighted to announce top line speakers for two major debates to kick offa full 2017 programme. The first event will be a joint Press Club/London School of Economics debate on ‘Trump, Brexit… truth, trust and the news media’ on 25
Phew, What a year 2016 turned out to be! I hope you agree that it was a good one for the London Press Club. Our big three events – the Press Ball, The Awards Lunch and the Cudlipp Lecture – were all terrific successes. We can also be proud that we kept up the pace
London Press Club members are urged to back the campaign for freedom of the Press and oppose Section 40.
The President of the London Press Club, Lord Black, has appealed personally to all members to speak out against the implementation of Section 40 before the consultation period ends on 10 January. Section 40 legislation could see media organisations forced to pay both sides’ costs in privacy and libel cases – even when an action is successfully defended.