INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM; DEAD OR ALIVE?
Date: Wednesday September 21st 6.00pm for 6.30pm
With Murdoch on his knees, MPs’ expenses, Wikileaks, phone hacking and Tomlinson; investigative journalism seems to be going through a purple patch. Is it really alive or is this a false dawn?
Chair: Kevin Marsh, former editor ‘Today’ BBC Radio Four
Paul Kenyon BBC Panorama
Donal MacIntyre, investigative journalist
John Ware, BBC Panorama
The debate marks the launch of the book Investigative Journalism: Dead or Alive? Edited by John Mair and Richard
Keeble published by Abramis on September 20th. Author priced copies will be available on the night.
Venue: Frontline Club, 13 Norfolk Place, London W2
Entrance: £12.50, £10 for early booking, £8 students and senior citizens. Just turn up or click this link to book your places through the Frontline website.