London born, Ireland raised, author and BBC foreign correspondent Fergal Keane has received numerous awards for his work, including a BAFTA for his documentary on Rwanda and the Edward R. Murrow Award for foreign reporting. His work has taken him to Northern Ireland, South Africa, Rwanda, and to Hong Kong before the handover. He was also part of BBC’s documentary Forgotten Britain and co-writer and presenter of the five part documentary, The Story of Ireland.
A Memoir of Love and War Foreign correspondent Fergal Keane talks with fellow journalist Olivia O’Leary about writing his new book, Wounds. 3.30PM, June 10th The Granary, Borris House Talk included in Weekend and Day Ticket. Purchase individually here.
THE INFORMATION WAR: SECRETS & LIES IN PUTIN’S KREMLIN BBC reporter with frontline experience in Ukraine, Fergal Keane, and war historian Professor Margaret MacMillan discuss the use of alternative facts in international relations and politics. 6.30PM, June 10th The Chapel, Borris House Talk included in Weekend and Day Ticket. Purchase individually below. *Please Note that The […]