The Kingston University Big Read will be hosting BBC journalist Emily Maitlis for a question and answer session led by two media and journalism students.
Second year student Ella Devereux and third year Keyari Page will talk to Maitlis about her career, her published book Airhead: The Imperfect Art of Making News, and ask questions submitted by members of the university.
The event on January 25 is a chance to get to know Maitlis and to have your questions heard.
The event is hosted by Professor Alison Baverstock, organiser of the Kingston University Big Read.
Send your questions by email to KUBigRead@kingston.ac.uk or reply to the Kingston Journalism Twitter thread.
Exciting News: @Maitlis is coming to Kingston and will be interviewed live online by Journalism students @ella_devereux and Keyari Page @KekiLP on Monday, 25 January. Have you got a question you'd like to ask Emily Maitlis? Let the #KUBigRead team know: KUBigRead@kingston.ac.uk— Kingston Journalism (@Kingstonjourno) January 15, 2021
Emily Maitlis is excited to arrive in Kingston and meet the KU community virtually.
Can’t wait to meet you, Kingston ! https://t.co/RmUFXygwTB— emily m (@maitlis) January 15, 2021
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