Nick Robinson will deliver the inaugural Steve Hewlett Memorial Lecture.
Steve Hewlett, the distinguished media commentator and programme maker, passed away on 20 February this year after a very public battle with cancer. He lived his last days through memorable encounters with Eddie Mair on PM and BBC Radio Four and his cancer diary in the Observer.
His good friend Nick Robinson, BBC Radio Four Today presenter and former Political Editor for the BBC, will give the inaugural Steve Hewlett Memorial Lecture on 28 September at the University of Westminster.
Following the lecture there will be a reception, with refreshments kindly provided by BBC Worldwide.
A bursary has been established in Steve's honour by the RTS and Media Society. Each year, a student from a low-income household will be given £2,000 per year, for the duration of their studies. Please click here to find out more about donating to the Steve Hewlett Memorial Fund.
The RTS and Media Society would like to thank the University of Westminster for making the venue available at no cost and also Steve’s family for their support.
Tickets are £10.00
All tickets are non-refundable.
Tickets for full members of the Royal Television Society are complimentary but MUST be booked in advance – please provide your membership number when booking.
All net profits will go to the Steve Hewlett Bursary Fund.
This lecture is now sold out.