Wednesday, 14 March 2018 21:38

Prime Ministers & Television Thatcher to May - a talk by Adam Boulton

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A talk by Adam Boulton, editor at large of Sky News on Wednesday, 18th April. 2018 at St Lawrence Church, Chobham with Finger Buffet afterwards in the Church Hall.

Doors Open at 7.00pm  Talk to start at 7.30pm Tickets £17.50

To reserve places at £17.50 each please contact: Nicky Biddle, Westways Farm, Chobham, GU24 8HH Tel: 01276 856163 email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Adam Boulton is Editor at Large at Sky News and the weekly UK political columnist for The Sunday Times. He presents All Out Politics every weekday morning following political developments resulting from the shocks of Brexit and the election of President Trump.

Adam has interviewed every British Prime Minister from Sir Alec Douglas-Home to Theresa May, international stars ranging from Jane Fonda to Lech Walesa and gained a world exclusive broadcast with Barack Obama during the President’s trailblazing visit to Ghana.

He remains the only TV reporter ever to have ‘door stepped’ the Queen, getting her to comment spontaneously on camera about a major news story – the expulsion of Fiji from the Commonwealth in 1987.

In his long career he has won many awards for his reporting, is a frequent contributor to newspapers and magazines and has featured on well-known programmes such as Spooks, University Challenge and Have I Got News For You.

Politics and television run through his life, both professionally and personally; he is married to Anji Hunter, former aide to Tony Blair (another of his interviewees!)

Clive James described The Boulton Factor as “the best entertainment for grown-ups”.   We hope you will come along and be similarily entertained.

Ascot and District Committee of Save the Children

Chairman: Nicky Biddle, Secretary: Jenny Frendo, Treasurer: Ann Williams, Kim Boulton, Caroline Chamberlain, Angela Hildesley, Gay Kelly, Gill Luker

Save the Children is a registered charity no. 213890, Reg. Office: 1 St. John's Lane, London, EC1M 4AR

Nicola Biddle

Nicky Biddle is chairman of the Ascot and District Committee of Save the Children.

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