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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Kate Adie. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Kate Adie, often where they are interviewed.

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10 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Kate Adie. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Kate Adie, often where they are interviewed.

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Kate Adie | Iranian embassy siege, Tiananmen Square massacre and the Troubles in Northern Ireland

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Hosted and produced by Shaunagh Connaire and edited by Ryan Ferguson.
Sep 16 2020 · 30mins
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Kate Adie: What Makes Us Human?

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One of the country's greatest war correspondents joins us to answer the question.
Producer: Ryan Wilson
Feb 12 2020 · 22mins

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Kate Adie and Yasmin Alibhai Brown on Journalism, Freedom and the Law

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Kate Adie and Yasmin Alibhai Brown are two of the UK's top journalists.

Kate Adie was chief news correspondent for BBC News between 1989 and 2003, during which time she reported from war zones around the world.

Yasmin Alibhai Brown is a regular columnist for the i and the London Evening Standard, she is a well-known commentator on immigration, diversity, and multiculturalism issues.

Iain Dale All Talk brings a sold out Edinburgh Fringe show to the podcast world, where he interviews some of the most high profile names from the world of media and politics. Rate and subscribe on Global Player or wherever you get your podcasts and connect with Iain on Twitter: @iaindale
Nov 20 2019 · 1hr 1min
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Kate Adie - A life on the frontlines

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Kate Adie, the author and broadcaster, well known for her long service as the BBC's Chief News Correspondent, in conversation with Falmouth University’s Acting Head of Journalism Andy Chatfield.

Kate Adie presents From Our Own Correspondent on BBC Radio 4 and is the author of several bestselling books. She became a familiar figure through her work as BBC Chief News Correspondent. She is considered to be among the most reliable reporters, as well as one of the first British women, sending dispatches from danger zones around the world.
Nov 28 2018 · 1hr 19mins

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Kate Adie (2018)

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Renowned British reporter and author of non-fiction including 'The Kindness of Strangers', 'Into Danger' and 'Fighting on the Home Front'
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Rolling back the years…. It’s vintage LitFest!

Since 2009, the Festival has had its own podcast channel on board Emirates flights, featuring interviews from some of the Festival’s top authors.

Now, curated for your enjoyment, is a selection from the archive!
Aug 14 2018 · 22mins
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Kate Adie

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Rob's guest this week is the veteran correspondent and author, Kate Adie
Jul 15 2016 · 56mins
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Kate Adie and John McCarthy

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Kate Adie and John McCarthy took to the stage to discuss their experiences travelling the world to bring us news from the front lines, and the stories they discovered behind the news.  Listen to the event in full below, or subscribe to our podcast on iTunes and hear every event. Find books Kate Adie and John McCarthy on … Continue reading Kate Adie and John McCarthy
Feb 06 2016 · 45mins
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Kate Adie OBE DL, BBC Chief News Correspondent

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Kate Adie OBE DL, BBC Chief News Correspondent, 1989 – 2003. 1st February 2016

Feb 01 2016 · 23mins
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Interview – Kate Adie

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Renowned journalist and ex-Chief News Correspondent for the BBC News, Kate Adie cherishes our ability to dream and to reflect. Kate reflects on how we have the unique ability of putting our thoughts into words because they can be printed, passed around and shared in a very personal way that surpasses even conversation. She also maintains that literary festivals are incredibly important forums for discussing life.
Feb 13 2014 · 6mins
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The castaway in Desert Island Discs this week is the BBC's Chief News Correspondent Kate Adie. She'll be talking to Sue Lawley about the pleasures and perils of a job which has taken her to some of the world's most dangerous trouble spots. She'll also be describing how she felt when she was recently reunited with her natural mother after having been happily brought up by her adoptive family in Sunderland.

[Taken from the original programme material for this archive edition of Desert Island Discs]

Favourite track: Symphony No 6 In E Minor by Ralph Vaughan Williams
Book: Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer
Luxury: Large Victorian bath with claw feet
May 15 1994 · 37mins