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How I Found My Voice, with Philip Collins (Online)

Art &
Culture

Philip Collins, political columnist for The Times and former speechwriter for Tony Blair, joins Samira Ahmed in this live recording of How I Found My Voice, the award-winning podcast which explores how some of the world’s greatest artists and thinkers became such compelling communicators. Previous guests include Michael Palin, Bernardine Evaristo, Philip Pullman, Katherine Ryan and Rose McGowan. You can listen to the previous episodes here.

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How I Found My Voice, with Philip Collins (Online)


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Speaker
  • Philip Collins

    Former chief speechwriter for Prime Minister Tony Blair

Chair
  • Samira Ahmed

    Journalist, writer and broadcaster

 

Speakers are subject to change.


Location
  • Online event



Speakers

Speaker

Philip Collins

Former chief speechwriter for Prime Minister Tony Blair


Former chief speechwriter for Prime Minister Tony Blair. He is a columnist for The Times, and is the author of two political books, When They Go Low, We Go High and Start Again. He is also the founder of The Draft, a writing, communications and strategy consultancy. Between 2000 and 2004, he was Director of the Social Market Foundation, an independent think-tank and charity.
Chair

Samira Ahmed

Journalist, writer and broadcaster


One of the most recognised voices in British broadcasting. Her work spans news and the arts – from working as a reporter and presenter on Channel 4 News to presenting the Proms. She presents Front Row on BBC Radio 4 and Newswatch on BBC One.

 

Speakers are subject to change.