In the days before mobile phones, the internet and 24-hour news channels, the easiest way for a British foreign correspondent to find out what was going on in the world was to phone the local office of Reuters news agency and ask: ‘Is anything happening?’ That’s how the award-winning BBC reporter and presenter Robin Lustig started out in journalism,...More info
David Bolchover discusses his extraordinary new biography of Bela Guttmann, the world's first celebrity football coach, who twice won the coveted European cup, despite having only narrowly survived the Holocaust. Chaired by Simon Inglis.
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Alan Johnson, Principal, Newent Community School and Sixth Form Centre says: "One of the challenges that we face in education is how best to combat the many harmful cultural and social expectations that are played out in our schools and communities. I believe that as educators we have a responsibility to ensure that we provide a healthy alternative...More info
Béla Guttmann was the first superstar football coach, achieving great success in Europe and South America before Pep Guardiola and José Mourinho were even born. He was also a Holocaust survivor. In 1944, he hid in an attic near Budapest as thousands of fellow Jews in the vicinity were being deported to Auschwitz. He then escaped from a brutal slave labour...More info
Join us at the News Building on Thursday, November 15 for an evening with the award-winning Times cartoonist Peter Brookes. Since Peter started as political cartoonist for The Times in 1992, his work has depicted the world's leading stories and famous faces with his trademark colourful, insightful wit. Britain’s finest political cartoonist...More info
Journalists and West Ham fans Pete May and Brian Williams invite you to a celebration (and lament) of the team’s final season at the Boleyn Ground and move to Stratford’s Olympic Stadium; as explored in their books Home from Home and Goodbye to Boleyn. This event is taking place as part of the Newham Word Festival. For listings of the full programme, please...More info
Retired politician Sir Nicholas Winterton will be giving an insight into Westminster life at a charity lunch in Wilmslow next month. The former Conservative MP for Macclesfield is the guest speaker at the annual lunch and Christmas Fayre of the Wilmslow Support Group for East Cheshire Hospice at the Deanswater Hotel on Thursday, 9th November....More info
Come along for a night of entertainment and networking to mark the national launch of LGBT History Month. LGBT History Month is an annual event that celebrates the history and achievements of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people every February in the United Kingdom. The theme for LGBT History Month 2018 is Geography: Mapping the World. Speakers...More info
Truth is in the spotlight -- there’s much debate about how to find it and whether it still carries weight in our society. Media covering UK and US politics have lamented how truth is being sacrificed to minisformation, myth, spin or outright lies. During the US pre-election period, publishers from the Guardian to the New York Times to NPR pushed their...More info
As our membership of the EU draws to a close we ask: how has being in Europe changed us? Can we achieve a Brexit that reconciles young and old, north and south and town and country? Will Britain be looking forward to a golden future with opportunity for all? The Times Berlin Correspondent David Charter (What Has the EU Ever Done for Us?) and columnist Jenni...More info
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