My Paper Chase

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Sir Harold Evans recounts the tale of his life as a newspaperman, from his very first job, to becoming editor of the Sunday Times and The Times of London, and then his move into book publishing, becoming president and publisher of Random House. In My Paper Chase: True Stories of Vanished Times he discusses his crusading reporting style, his belief that journalism should improve the lives of those less fortunate, and his feuds with politicians, government, the court, and Rupert Murdoch.

Events: Harold Evans will be reading and signing books
Wednesday, November 11, at 7:00 pm
Barnes & Noble, Upper East Side
150 East 86th Street, at Lexington Avenue

He will also be reading and signing books
Thursday, November 19, at 7:00 pm
The Strand Bookstore
828 Broadway, at 12th Street


Sir Harold Evans

Comments [3]

Jean from Sparta, NJ

The cover story of the August 2001 issue of The Economist predicted the 9/11 tragedy. The story was not missed - most people are just reading the wrong publications.

Nov. 10 2009 01:50 PM
Catherine Torpey from Rockville Centre

Lenny, would you ask him, with both Labour and the Tories not trusted by the British public, why the Lib Dems are not seen as a viable alternative for the Premiership?

Nov. 10 2009 01:35 PM
Gabrielle from brooklyn

I'd love to hear a brief history of corporate money in media. thanks!

Nov. 10 2009 06:58 AM

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