Jonathan Dimbleby

Support our work at an evening with Jonathan Dimbleby

| 20th July 2016 | News

We are delighted to announce a very special event to celebrate the publishing industry’s support of our work:

A life in travel: An evening with Jonathan Dimbleby

On 29th September, join Jonathan Dimbleby as he talks to Fiona Campbell, Controller BBC News Mobile & Online about the fascinating journeys, places, people and books that have influenced his work.

Held at Hachette UK’s stunning rooftop venue and terrace with breath-taking views over London and the Thames, this is an event not to be missed!

Date: Thursday 29th September 2016
Time: 6:30pm
Venue: 6th Floor, Hachette UK, Carmelite House, 50 Victoria Embankment, London, EC4Y 0DZ
Entry fee: £20 per person. Book nine places and get a 10th free!

The event will include questions from the audience, a fundraising raffle and drinks and canapes. This event is generously sponsored by Hachette UK.

All proceeds will be used to support Book Aid International’s work in sub-Saharan Africa. Donations in addition to the ticket price are gratefully received.

Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

To book your place or for further information, please contact jenny.hayes@bookaid.org or call 020 7326 5801.

About Jonathan Dimbleby

Writer, broadcaster and film-maker Jonathan Dimbleby has had a fascinating career. He has been involved in political and current affairs programme-making since the beginning of his career and has presented Any Questions? for BBC Radio 4 since 1987. His work has taken him all over the world. From his award-winning report on the Ethiopian famine of 1973 and more recent travel documentaries through Africa, Russia and South America to his World War Two books and documentaries, he has seen and experienced a lot.


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