Start: 15th November 2019
7:00 pm
End: 15th November 2019
9:00 pm
Please note, this event has now passed

Event Venue

MUCH BIRCH COMMUNITY HALL South East Hereford HR2 8HT

GPS: 51.971125, -2.7236434000000145

Kieran Cooke – ‘A Not So Foreign Correspondent in Ireland’ talk will be held in Much Birch Community Hall on Friday 15 November

Kieran Cooke is a former foreign correspondent for both the BBC and the Financial Times, and continues to contribute to the BBC and a wide range of international newspapers and radio networks. He has been based in Indonesia, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Greece and Ireland, and has also served as a press officer at the United Nations in New York.

Although he has reported extensively on economic and business matters, in recent years he has focused on environmental issues and has graduated with distinction from Oxford University in environmental conservation

He trains and mentors journalists around the world, under the auspices of the UN Environment Programme and other organisations, including an extensive journalists’ training programme in the Himalayan region.

He is a veteran of several environmental expeditions and has spent time in the Arctic and in the Amazon.

Kieran will be reading excerpts from his book ‘A Not So Foreign Correspondent in Ireland’ (a compilation of various pieces for the BBC and the FT over the last 30 years – mainly light in tone though also including writings on Northern Ireland and the violence there) with Q&A to follow.

7:30pm Talk Starts / Doors Open / Refreshments from 7pm

Tickets available on the door or in advance – 01981540097

Fees & Tickets
GBP 5.00