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Evaluating the media: Thoughts on the media with Lord David Puttnam

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Tuesday, January 08, 2008

Thoughts on the media with Lord David Puttnam

Maggie Nally Memorial Lecture 2008
Venue: House of Lords, London
The International Group of the CIPR are delighted to announce that the Rt Hon Lord Puttnam Kt CBE – one of the most active campaigners on the Westminster scene – will deliver the sixth annual Maggie Nally Memorial Lecture on Thursday 24 January 2008 at 6pm in the House of Lords.
Although famed as a film producer, David Puttnam has many other strings to his bow, most recently in the field of environmental protection. He has won Academy Awards for such films as The Duellists, Midnight Express, Chariots of Fire and The Killing Fields. His books include The Third Age of Broadcasting (co-author), Rural England (co-author) and The Undeclared War: the struggle for control of the world's film industry.
Lord Puttnam has been President, Council for the Protection of Rural England 1985-92 and is President of UNICEF UK 2002 to date. Most recently he has been Chairman of a Joint Lords and Commons Parliamentary Committee reviewing future climate change issues and a Bill related to them.
Following the Lecture, which is jointly organised by the CIPR International Committee and the CIPR Greater London Groups and is sponsored and chaired by Lord (Tom) McNally, there will be a seated full buffet reception with wines on the Cholmondeley Room Terrace of the House of Lords. Admission to the Moses Room of the House of Lords on 24 January 2008 will require a security letter of entry.
Date: Thursday 24 January 2008
Time: 5.15pm for the International Group AGM, 6pm for the Puttnam Lecture.
Although there are only a few places left for the sit-down buffet (£45) which follows the lecture, there is more space available if you would like to attend the lecture only. This is at no cost although all attendees will need a letter of entry to the House. If you are interested in attending please make contact on either 020 7549 2829 or at michael@meresearch.co.uk.


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