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Adam Boulton in Conversation with Phil Harding

The Media Society

Wednesday, 28 May 2014 from 18:30 to 20:00 (BST)

London, United Kingdom

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For the best part of thirty years Adam Boulton has been in the thick of British politics and at the heart of the media's coverage of it. He has been Political Editor of Sky News since 1989 when the channel launched, and has covered the last five elections. Now he is stepping down as Editor to front a new evening  show.

In his time he has interviewed five prime ministers. In 2010 he hosted the second of the historic televised debtates between the three party leaders. He has won the Royal Television Society's coveted Judge's Award.

He has been involved in some famous clashes: Gordon Brown walked out on him; in the aftermath of the 2010 delection he got into a furious on-air bust up with Alistair Campbell; while political editor of the breakfast company TV-AM, Labour front-bencher Dennis Healey punched him.

In this exclusive Media Society event he spills the beans to journalist and broadcaster Phil Harding about politics, the media, about spin and spin doctors and what he really thought of those politicians.

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Adam Street Private Members Club
9 Adam St
WC2N 6AA London
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 28 May 2014 from 18:30 to 20:00 (BST)


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The Media Society is a charity whose objectives are to promote knowledge and understanding of the role of the media, to assist in the study and research into the exchange of knowledge and opinion between those in the media and those in public and political life, industry, commerce and learning as well as the general pulblic; and to promote and encourage the study of the media in schools, colleges and educational establishments. 

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