Roger Mosey and John Humphrys discuss ‘Getting Out Alive’
- 20 Oct 2015
- 18:30 -20:00
- Hatchards Piccadilly
Giving a unique insider’s account of life inside the BBC, Getting Out Alive is the memoir of one of the broadcasting industry’s most respected figures
Roger Mosey was a leading figure at the BBC for twenty years in roles ranging from editor of Radio 4′s Today programme to leading the coverage of the 2012 London Olympics. Join him for an evening of discussion with John Humphrys about Getting Out Alive which gives a unique and delightfully personal view of life at the top of nations broadcaster.
With anecdotes from the dizzying euphoric heights after the 2012 games to the crushing lows of the Jimmy Savile scandal and the corporation being pushed right to the edge this is an evening not to be missed for anyone interested in the BBC and broadcasting at a whole.
Ticket cost: £5 redeemable off the price of the book.
Free glass of wine on entry.
To reserve please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 02074399921
Getting there Hatchards, 187 Piccadilly, London, W1J 9LE
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