The News Meeting
The News Meeting
Om The News Meeting
Three journalists pitch the story they think mattered most this week. It’s a meeting that takes place in newsrooms all over the world to decide what leads, what follows and in what order. As editor of The Times newspaper, director of BBC News and now editor-in-chief of Tortoise, James Harding has been in countless news meetings behind closed doors. But in this podcast, we’re flinging the doors open so you can hear the argument for yourself. The News Meeting is a podcast series co-produced by Podimo and Tortoise.
In this episode Tortoise’s editor-in-chief James Harding is joined by political editor Cat Neilan, editor Dave Taylor and head of investigations Alexi Mostrous. They discuss Boris Johnson’s future, Baroness Casey’s scathing review of the Metropolitan Police and the life expectancy gap between the wealthiest and poorest areas.
Former cabinet minister and Good Morning Britain presenter Ed Balls is in the editor’s chair. He’s joined by Tortoise journalists Liz Moseley, Claudia Williams and Mark St Andrew who pitch the story they think mattered most this week.
Three journalists pitch their top story of the week to guest editor Sonia Sodha, who is chief leader writer and columnist at the Observer. She is joined by Tortoise’s climate editor Jeevan Vasagar, head of live events Mark St Andrew and Jane Bruton, former deputy editor of The Daily Telegraph. Mark argues that Nicola Sturgeon’s surprise resignation is the obvious lead, but Jane disagrees. She says we should care most about the attack on press freedoms in India, but Jeevan thinks it’s Ford’s huge round of job cuts which matter most this week.
Three journalists pitch their top story of the week to Tortoise’s editor-in-chief James Harding. In this episode James is joined by Tortoise’s climate editor Jeevan Vasagar, who was the Financial Times’ correspondent in Singapore and Berlin; news editor Jess Winch, formerly foreign editor at the Daily Telegraph; and head of programming Mark St Andrew. Jeevan argues that the top story this week should be the protests on Dartmoor but Jess disagrees, she says it is Germany’s decision to send tanks to Ukraine, and Mark claims China’s crumbling infrastructure projects should lead the news.
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