on Monday 27th November. The event starts at 19:00.
Join The Bristol Cable for a special online Q&A with award-winning journalist Hamza Syed, co-host of The New York Times & Serial's award-winning hit podcast The Trojan Horse Affair.
It's clear, particularly since Oct 7th, that the standard of 'impartiality' in journalism is failing. How can we make sense of this? And what needs to happen for the industry to be more *accurate*, and build greater integrity, rather than engaging in 'both-sidesism' and toeing a political line?
After leaving a medical career to study journalism, Syed took a student project about the infamous 'Trojan Horse letter' to podcaster Brian Reed. Their collaboration produced not only one of the most successful podcasts of the last decade, but a dramatic and revelatory story about the limits of (so-called) objectivity and impartiality in journalism, something which has become all too clear again in the last few weeks.
Cable members and ticket holders can send questions for Hamza to [email protected], a selection of which will be put to him at the event.
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**How to access this event**
All ticket holders will be sent a link to the stream 24 hours before the event
The stream will be broadcast to YouTube along with an interactive Q&A
If anyone would like technical support to access the stream, please email [email protected]