In conjunction with Reeves + Neylan, TAL and TheFrameworks, EC Group is pleased to announce the second 60 minutes event: US AND THE U.S.
Following the success of the first 60 minutes event with guest speaker Jonathan Porritt, you can now join us to hear Justin Webb draw parallels between the US and UK elections. The event will be chaired by Richard Lyddon.
Date of event
Tuesday 27 April 2010, 4.00 pm to 6.00 pm
One Moorgate Place (also known as Chartered Accountants’ Hall, headquarters to the ICAEW) One Moorgate Place, London EC2R 6EA
Please email if you are interested in attending.
Justin Webb is a British journalist who has worked for the BBC since 1984. In August 2009, he replaced Edward Stourton on the BBC’s influential Today programme. In December 2007 he became North American Editor for BBC News, a role newly created in time for the American presidential election of 2008. He replaced Matt Frei who moved to present the new World News America bulletin. Webb was previously the BBC’s chief Washington correspondent from 2001.
Richard’s broadcasting career now spans 25 years and ranges from local radio to network TV. He is a former Senior Correspondent for TV-am and Sky News. He has made investigative documentaries and news reports for ITV and C4 news as well as being the anchor for ITV West news. He is now a freelance journalist, media consultant and lobbyist currently heading up a parliamentary and public affairs campaign on behalf of a renewable energy company. He also presents on the new audio edition of The Economist and occasionally contributes to Private Eye.