Black Women in Broadcast Journalism @phoenixcinema

Sunday 23rd April 12pm

Profile of Ebony presenter, Juliet Alexander, with panel discussion focusing on Black women in broadcast journalism.

Juliet Alexander presented Ebony on the BBC, which in 1982 became the UK’s first Black news and current affairs TV magazine programme. Previously a journalist at a time of great racial unrest, she worked on The Guardian and The Sunday Times, as well as co-presenting Black Londoners on BBC Radio London with Alex Pascall. TV extracts from a pioneering career will include Granada Reprots, Albert Dock, Liverpool, 1987, from Ebony. These will combine with panel discussion about the achievement and the progress of Black women in broadcast journalism. Speakers include Juliet Alexander, Terry Jervis, Mia Morris and others.

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