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Clive Myrie: Everything is Everything

18 May @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Clive Myrie
Clive Myrie

As a Bolton teenager, Clive Myrie dreamed of becoming a journalist – now he is known for his reputation for fearless, objective reporting on some of the biggest stories of our time, most recently from the front lines in Ukraine. He talks to Kit de Waal about his remarkable career, how his family history has influenced his view of the world and how being Black has affected his perspective on the issues he’s encountered during his 30 years covering major global events.

Moving, engaging, revealing, Everything is Everything is a brilliant blend of the personal and the professional and how the two have intersected in Clive’s life and career. It is a story of love and hate – but also hope.

‘Infinitely more readable than the average journalism memoir, and decidedly more important.’ – Sathnam Sanghera, The Times

‘Read this!’ – Sir Lenny Henry

Clive Myrie is a British journalist, news anchor and presenter who works for the BBC. He has covered major global events for thirty years and has reported from more than ninety countries – most recently in Ukraine, and previously in Iraq, America, Afghanistan, South Africa, among others. He is a two-time BAFTA nominee and two-time Emmy nominee. He’s won the prestigious David Bloom Award for broadcast journalism in America, and he’s won a Peabody Award (the broadcasting equivalent of a Pulitzer prize) for his reporting on the Rohinjya crisis in Myanmar. In 2023 he won the RTS Television Journalism Award for Network Presenter of the Year. Since August 2021, he has been the host of the long-running BBC quiz shows Mastermind and Celebrity Mastermind, and in May 2023 he presented Clive Myrie’s Italian Roadtrip for BBC Two. In May 2024, Clive will present a second series in the Caribbean.

Kit de Waal worked for 15 years in criminal and family law, was a magistrate for several years and sits on adoption panels. Her writing has received numerous awards including the Bridport Flash Fiction Prize and Kerry Group Irish Novel of the Year. 

Her first novel, My Name Is Leon, was published in 2016 and shortlisted for the Costa Book Award. In 2022, the BBC adapted the book into a TV series. 

Kit’s memoir, Without Warning And Only Sometimes was recently published to critical acclaim. 

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Date:
18 May
Time:
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Venue

The Guildhall
High Street
Bath, Bath & North East Somerset BA1 5AW United Kingdom
Phone
01225477793
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Organiser

The Bath Festival
Phone
01225 614180
Email
info@bathfestivals.org.uk
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