Journalist, author and activist
The self-proclaimed “leftie-liberal, anti-racist and feminist” argues journalists would “rather write about Beyonce” than hold power to account
Yasmin Alibhai-Brown is a journalist, author and activist. In this in-depth interview, she asserts that being a proud “leftie-liberal, anti-racist and feminist” makes her more susceptible to online abuse; questions why a “feisty woman of colour” like herself wasn’t invited to comment on Brexit; and condemns the state of the media industry, arguing that newspapers have “dumbed down” and journalists would “rather write about Beyonce” than hold power to account.
Former Executive Chairman, News International
21st June 2018
The highs and lows of five decades as Rupert Murdoch’s most trusted lieutenant – building and running his global media empire.
Political Editor, The Sunday Times
14th June 2018
A front-row seat at the battle for Brexit, two decades in national newspaper journalism, whether Theresa May can cling on… and could Corbyn actually win?
Henry Faure Walker
CEO, Newsquest Media Group
7th June 2018
Managing over 200 regional news brands with an audience of 30 million; and the “much brighter future” for local news, amidst the huge challenge of making it commercially sustainable
Managing Director - Daytime, ITV Studios
31st May 2018
Leading a team of 400 people, producing 6.5 hours of live TV every day – across flagship brands Good Morning Britain, Lorraine, This Morning, and Loose Women
Editor, The New European
24th May 2018
Launching a national newspaper from idea to newsstand in just nine days; campaigning for a second referendum, and to stop the UK leaving the EU… and the future of the paper itself if Brexit stays on track