Kate Adie: My Life as a TV News Correspondent
Join the British Red Cross as they welcome Kate Adie, to Woolhope to talk about her incredible life as a Television News Correspondent.
This annual literary luncheon, in support of the amazing everyday activities of the Red Cross in our communities, is always a sell-out.
Staged by skilled Red Cross volunteers, their high standards and sociable environment brings you…
12.00 noon Drinks and canapés
1.00pm 2-‐course lunch with wine followed by coffee and chocolates
2.30pm Talk: My Life as a TV News Correspondent
As a television news correspondent, Kate’s memorable assignments include both Gulf Wars, four years of war in the
Balkans, the final NATO intervention in Kosovo and elections in 2000; the Herald of Free Enterprise disaster at
Zeebrugge, the massacre at Dunblane, the Selby rail crash, the SAS lifting of the Iran Embassy Siege in London, the Bologna railway station bombing and the Tiananmen Square protest in Beijing in 1989.
Kate Adie’s books will be available for sale
For further information contact:
Sarah Roberts email@example.com or 01981 240565
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