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People used to joke that if you find yourself in the same place as Adie you should get out immediately. As Chief News Reporter she broadcast from the front line in the Gulf War and riots in Tiananmen Square. After dinner Kate talks about Britain’s home front, when women started going to football matches.

After over thirty years on the Today programme, John looks back on a career that has seen him cover some of modern history's most significant moments, from Nixon's resignation to the fall of apartheid. He spent almost 20 years testing the knowledge of the public and celebrities in the famous Mastermind chair, and in writing has examined social change, the environment and religion. After dinner he invites guests to turn the tables and grill him; he’s often asked about evasive politicians’ and their misuse of the English language.

With wry humour added to genuine insight and an enviable network of business, economic and political connections, the publisher, businessman and broadcaster considers the plots, policies and personalities making the news.

The veteran lead anchor of the long form news programme interrogates the high and mighty, chairs debates and embraces the twitterati.

The stalwart of Radio 2 and of election night broadcasts has covered everything from events at Westminster to developments in the Big Brother House in his varied career. He marked his first 25 years at the BBC with his autobiography It’s All News To Me. After dinner Jeremy tells audiences how news gets to the screen, reveals the phrase he’s too terrified to utter on air, and recalls run-ins with the high and mighty.

Before he joined the Today programme Justin was the BBC’s North America Editor. In speeches as in his book Notes On Them And Us, he turns many a stereotype on its head, considers the nature of the American people, and takes a look at the Trump administration. He also recalls time on the Presidential election trail with stories of candidates, spin rooms, debates and meeting the voters.

The multiple Sony Award-winning presenter tackles topical issues for 5 Live, presents news bulletins, and fronted her own BBC2 show mixing journalism, debate and interviews.

Clive has reported from 80 countries, from conflict in Iraq to the election trail in America. He has also made a documentary on Barack Obama, whilst away from reporting he's been a panellist on Have I Got News For You and made a brief appearance in the Alan Partridge film Alpha Papa.

The former Channel 4 News anchor and winner of Celebrity Mastermind also presents The World Tonight, Front Row and a range of arts and culture programmes on BBC radio and TV. Combining wit, intelligence and a breadth of interests Samira is as comfortable with Hollywood as she is with Westminster or the RSC.

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