Volume 34 Number 4, December 2023

Editor Kim Fletcher

Breaking news

The veteran BBC correspondent Martin Bell, appearing recently on a panel to discuss the future of journalism, recalled wars in Israel in 1967 and 1973, when he and his crew had been free to go wherever they dared. He made the point to show how hard it is to achieve...

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Playing from the gallery

I’m delighted to be proven wrong. When I started to type this piece it looked as if The Times had decided to save the price of a sketchwriter and not replace Quentin Letts after his return to the Daily Mail. It is a more natural habitat for a man of his pronounced...

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Singling out the women

As press freedom declines, Russian authorities fear women journalists pose a particular threat to their control . . . and are targeting them accordingly

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Cudlipp Award 2023

The 2023 Cudlipp Award, sponsored by the British Journalism Review in memory of former Fleet Street editor Lord (Hugh) Cudlipp, has been won by Sky News in collaboration with Tortoise Media for their investigation into the extra-parliamentary earnings of MPs. The...

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The Charles Wheeler Award

Christiane Amanpour, chief international anchor for CNN, is the 2023 winner of the Charles Wheeler Award, presented by the British Journalism Review for an outstanding contribution to broadcast journalism, in memory of the celebrated BBC reporter and presenter....

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