8th March 2005
DIPLOMATIC CORRESPONDENT TO DELIVER JOURNALISM LECTURE
The BBC’s diplomatic correspondent will give a special guest lecture at
Bridget Kendall will deliver a lecture entitled ‘Covering world news in a non-stop global age’ on Monday 14th March at 6pm in the university’s Cargill lecture theatre.
Bridget was the first woman to win the coveted James Cameron Award for
distinguished journalism in 1992 for her reports on events in the former
She joined the BBC in 1983 as a radio production trainee for BBC World Service and has since worked as a producer and presenter with BBC2's ‘Newsnight’ programme and as editor and presenter on current affairs programmes ‘24 Hours’, ‘File On 4’ and ‘Newshour’ before moving to Moscow in 1989.
Bridget has a particular interest in
She has also interviewed several world leaders including President Putin live in
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