Since being offered the post of Grade B Reporter by the BBC in 1964, Martin Bell has spent more than half a century in the unquiet corners of the world, including four years in the surrogate war zone of the House of Commons.
His conclusions are first hand and personal as he draws on his memories as a soldier and journalist and more recently, politician. This tour coincides with the release of his new book that carries the same title as this tour. Copies of his book will be available for purchase on the evening and can be signed by Martin.
ABOUT HIS BOOK:
“Written with passion and clarity, this book is an essential read for all who value truth and integrity in journalism.” Terry Waite.
“Wry, funny and trenchant – saluting the end of an era.” Kate Adie.