Points Of Departure

Talks by journalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize.

Episodes

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A series of sixtalks by journalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize.

1: Fergat Keane. The BBC's Asia correspondent draws on his experiences to highlight the tensions between the public commentator and the private individual. Producer Julian Wilkinson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970730]

Unknown: James Cameron

Producer: Julian Wilkinson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970806]

A series of six talks by journalists who have won the James Cameron

Memorial Prize. 2: Maggie O'Kane

The Guardian journalist draws on her coverage of the war in Bosnia. Producer Julian Wilkinson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970806]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19970813]

A series of four talks by journalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize. 3: Neal Ascherson

A foreign correspondent for 40 years, he explores the symbolism of the tank as an engine of war. Producer Sara Davies

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970813]

Unknown: James Cameron

Producer: Sara Davies

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970820]

The last of four talks by journalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize. John Simpson , BBC Foreign Affairs editor, reveals how years of foreign reporting have given him a love of central Asia.

Producer Sara Davies

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970820]

Unknown: James Cameron

Unknown: John Simpson

Producer: Sara Davies

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19951108]

A seven-part series in which six journalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize recount the experiences which have most affected them while covering world events. In this introductory programme, Michael Buerk examines why James Cameron 's writing is so highly regarded. With readings by Studs Terkel and John Tusa. Producer Julian Wilkinson

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GENOME:
[R4 BD=19951108]

Unknown: James Cameron

Unknown: Michael Buerk

Unknown: James Cameron

Unknown: John Tusa.

Producer: Julian Wilkinson

Producer: Polly Toynbee

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19951115]

Six journalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize recount the experiences which have most affected them while covering world events. 1: Robert Fisk , currently the Independent's Middle East correspondent, talks about his years of reporting in such a volatile environment. Producer Julian Wilkinson

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19951115]

Unknown: James Cameron

Unknown: Robert Fisk

Producer: Julian Wilkinson

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19951122]

Six journalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize recount the experiences which have most affected them while covering world events.

2: Bridget Kendall describes the appalling hospital treatment given to a close friend in Moscow. Producer Julian Wilkinson

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19951122]

Unknown: James Cameron

Unknown: Bridget Kendall

Producer: Julian Wilkinson

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19951129]

Sixjoumalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize recount the experiences which have most affected them while covering world events.

3: Journalist Ed Vulliamy explains why reporting on the war in Bosnia has deeply affected him. Producer Julian Wilkinson

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19951129]

Unknown: James Cameron

Unknown: Ed Vulliamy

Producer: Julian Wilkinson

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19951206]

Six journalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize recount the experiences which have most affected them while covering world events. 4: The BBC's Southern Africa correspondent, George Alagiah. Producer Julian Wilkinson

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19951206]

Unknown: James Cameron

Unknown: George Alagiah.

Producer: Julian Wilkinson

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19951213]

Six journalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize recount the experiences which have most affected them while covering world events.

5: Martin Woollacott of the Guardian describes the plight of the Kurds in northern Iraq.

Producer Julian Wilkinson

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19951213]

Unknown: James Cameron

Unknown: Martin Woollacott

Producer: Julian Wilkinson

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19951220]

Charles Wheeler concludes the series in which journalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize recount the experiences that most affected them while covering world events. He talks here about his coverage of the 1956 Hungarian uprising as a producer for the BBC's Panorama. Producer Julian Wilkinson

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19951220]

Unknown: Charles Wheeler

Unknown: James Cameron

Producer: Julian Wilkinson

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19960315]

A seven-part series in which six journalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize recount the experiences which have most affected them. In this introductory programme, Michael Buerk examines why James Cameron 's writing is so highly regarded. Readings by Studs Terkel and John Tusa. Producer Julian Wilkinson Rpt

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19960315]

Unknown: James Cameron

Unknown: Michael Buerk

Unknown: James Cameron

Unknown: John Tusa.

Producer: Julian Wilkinson Rpt

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19960322]

Sixjoumalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize recount the experiences which have most affected them while covering world events. 1: Robert Fisk , the Independent's Middle East correspondent, talks about his years of reporting in such a volatile environment.

Producer Julian Wilkinson Rpt

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19960322]

Unknown: James Cameron

Unknown: Robert Fisk

Producer: Julian Wilkinson Rpt

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19960329]

Sixjoumalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize recount the experiences which have most affected them while covering world events.

2: Bridget Kendall describes the appalling hospital treatment experienced by a friend in Moscow. Producer Julian Wilkinson Rpt

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19960329]

Unknown: James Cameron

Unknown: Bridget Kendall

Producer: Julian Wilkinson Rpt

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19960405]

Sixjoumalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize recount the experiences which have most affected them while covering world events. Producer Julian Wilkinson Rpt

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19960405]

Unknown: James Cameron

Producer: Julian Wilkinson Rpt

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19960412]

Six journalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize recount the experiences which have most affected them while covering world events. 4: The BBC's Southern Africa correspondent, George Alagiah. Producer Julian Wilkinson Rpt

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19960412]

Unknown: James Cameron

Unknown: George Alagiah.

Producer: Julian Wilkinson Rpt

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19960419]

Six journalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize recount the experiences which have most affected them while covering world events.

5: Martin Woollacott of the Guardian describes the plight of the Kurds in northern Iraq.

Producer Julian Wilkinson Rpt

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19960419]

Unknown: James Cameron

Unknown: Martin Woollacott

Producer: Julian Wilkinson Rpt

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19960426]

Charles Wheeler concludes the series in which journalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial

Prize recount the experiences that have most affected them while covering world events. Wheeler talks about his coverage of the 1956 Hungarian Uprising as a producer for the BBC's Panorama.

Producer Julian Wilkinson Rpt

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19960426]

Unknown: Charles Wheeler

Unknown: James Cameron

Producer: Julian Wilkinson

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19970730]

A series of sixtalks by journalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize.

1: Fergat Keane. The BBC's Asia correspondent draws on his experiences to highlight the tensions between the public commentator and the private individual. Producer Julian Wilkinson

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19970730]

Unknown: James Cameron

Producer: Julian Wilkinson

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19970806]

A series of six talks by journalists who have won the James Cameron

Memorial Prize. 2: Maggie O'Kane

The Guardian journalist draws on her coverage of the war in Bosnia. Producer Julian Wilkinson

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19970806]

Unknown: James Cameron

Producer: Julian Wilkinson

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19970813]

A series of four talks by journalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize. 3: Neal Ascherson

A foreign correspondent for 40 years, he explores the symbolism of the tank as an engine of war. Producer Sara Davies

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19970813]

Unknown: James Cameron

Producer: Sara Davies

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19970820]

The last of four talks by journalists who have won the James Cameron Memorial Prize. John Simpson , BBC Foreign Affairs editor, reveals how years of foreign reporting have given him a love of central Asia.

Producer Sara Davies

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19970820]

Unknown: James Cameron

Unknown: John Simpson

Producer: Sara Davies

0101Fergal Keane19970730

The BBC's ASIA correspondent draws on his experience of working in Northern IRELAND, southern AFRICA and Hong Kong to highlight the tensions between the public commentator and the private individual.

0102Maggie O'kane19970806

The Guardian journalist draws on her coverage of the war in BOSNIA.

0103Neal Ascherson19970813

A foreign correspondent for forty years, he explores the extraordinary power and symbolism of the tank as an engine of war and oppression, and the indomitable individual spirit that opposes it.

0104John Simpson19970820

The BBC World Affairs editor reveals how years of foreign reporting created in him a deep love for the lands of central ASIA.

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