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Martha Kearney is best known for her broadcasting work on both television and radio, having hosted a number of documentaries on history, literature, nature and art for the BBC. 

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Martha’s career started on radio as a lobby correspondent for LBC/IRN before joining the political weekly review show, A Week in Politics on Channel 4.

Martha has since become one of the country’s most respected journalists, having hosted BBC Radio 4’s Women’s Hour for over a decade and as the political editor of Newsnight on BBC 2.

In her career, she has won the Sony Radio Bronze Award and been nominated for a BAFTA fo...

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‘Feedback from attendees has indicated that they found this to be a hugely enjoyable, helpful and mature debate: due in no small part to your excellent chairing’

- Human Rights Debate

'... it was a fantastic evening... (I) can only admire how skilfully you managed the event, keeping the debate engaging and to time, not an easy task with a group of people with a lot to say! Thank you once again for being such as professional and for your advice and guidance about these future events.’

- Heritage Counte: A Sense of Place

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