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A series of conversations exploring the individual paths of some eminent professionals who have made it to the top in their own particular ways. How have they found their own solutions to 'life', what tips do they wish they'd been given earlier on, and what might they view, retrospectively, with most pleasure or regret?
The first in the Third series of our conversations will be with Bridget Kendall MBE — first female Master of Peterhouse, Cambridge University’s oldest College and formerly the BBC’s award winning Diplomatic Correspondent.
Bridget Kendall is the first female Master of Peterhouse, Cambridge University’s oldest College.
Prior to taking up her appointment earlier this year, she was the BBC’s award winning Diplomatic Correspondent, covering major international news for BBC radio, television and online.
She is also former BBC Washington correspondent and was the BBC’s Moscow correspondent during the collapse of Communism in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. She speaks fluent Russian, has twice interviewed President Putin and maintains a close interest in Russia and East/West relations.
Among her awards are the James Cameron Award for distinguished journalism and an MBE from Her Majesty the Queen in the 1994 New Year's Honours list.
She is also presenter of The Forum for BBC radio, a weekly discussion programme which explores new ideas and research from around the world. Her book The Cold War: A New Oral History of Life Between East and West came out in July 2017, accompanying a landmark Radio 4 radio series.
Places are free but bookings are essential.
This event will be followed by a drinks reception in the Jock Colville Hall.