Steve Hewlett is the presenter of Radio 4’s Media Show and was previously the editor of Panorama. In that role, he was responsible for some of the key scoops of the last 30 years, including the exclusive 1995 interview with Princess Diana watched by nearly 23 million people.
He reflected on his life and career at this Media Society event, held with support from the Royal Television Society at the BBC Radio Theatre.
With thanks to John Mair for producing the event and to the BBC for the clips.
Join us to celebrate his achievements as he remembers it with Roger Bolton, now the presenter of Feedback but once Steve's boss on Nationwide and another former editor of Panorama.
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