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The Bagehot Lecture 2006

Jon Snow - The Reporter as Witness

The Department of History held its first Annual Bagehot Lecture on the subject of History and Journalism in January 2003.

This lecture is linked to our innovative joint undergraduate degree with City University, on Journalism and Contemporary History.

The Bagehot Lecture 2006 will be held on Friday 13th January at 6.30pm and will be given by Jon Snow (Channel 4 News) on 'The Reporter as Witness'. Though admission to the lecture is free, advance booking is required as entry is by ticket only. Please email events@qmul.ac.uk

Recent Bagehot Lectures

The Bagehot Lecture 2005 was given by Rory Bremner on 'The Art of Political Impersonation'.

The Bagehot Lecture 2004 was given by Richard Ingrams and Paul Foot (Private Eye magazine) on 'The Historical Impact of Private Eye'.

The Bagehot Lecture 2003 was given by Robert Fox, BBC Radio Correspondent during the Falkands War and Senior Associate Fellow at the Centre for Defence Studies, KCL, on History and War Reporting.

The Bagehot Lecture is a public lecture and all are welcome to attend free of charge.


Jon Snow, Channel 4 News | talks


Date and Time:

13 January 2006 at 6:30 pm


1 hour



The People's Palace, Great Hall
Queen Mary, University of London
Mile End Road
E1 4NS
020 7882 5016
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Organised by:

The Economist
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