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Women in PR Summer Media Lunch with Emma Barnett, Women's Editor, The Telegraph, Thursday 18 June
Join us for our Summer Media Lunch with Emma Barnett, Women's Editor of The Telegraph, our guest speaker, on 18 June 2015.

This event is being held in The Drawing Room, the private dining room at the timeless Fortnum & Mason in the heart of Piccadilly, where guests will be treated to a three-course seated lunch with wine and coffee.

Date:     Thursday 18 June 2015

Venue:   The Drawing Room, Fortnum & Mason, 181 Piccadilly, London W1A 1ER
Time:     12.30pm reception for 1.00pm lunch

Cost:      WPR members £55 (Guests and non-members £65)
Book:    Tickets via Eventbrite
We know that work can sometimes impact your plans to get out of the office. Please note that cancellations can only be accepted up to 48 hours in advance of the event.
This event is likely to be very popular and there is a strict limit on numbers, so we advise you book early to avoid disappointment.
About Emma Barnett
Emma Barnett is an award-winning journalist and broadcaster. She’s just been included in the Indy’s Hot List – 10 faces to watch for in 2015. Emma is the Women’s Editor of The Telegraph, columnist and creator of Wonder Women, an irreverent and intelligent fast-paced daily section, filled with brilliant writers opining on everything from politics to sex.
In November 2014 Emma started presenting a new show on BBC Radio 5 Live every Sunday evening; and is a regular guest presenter of Woman’s Hour on BBC Radio 4 - the youngest ever host of the programme.  Emma is a regular documentary maker for BBC Radio 4 and before joining the BBC, Emma tackled the biggest stories of the day on her weekly LBC Sunday drive-time show, for which she won the Best New Radio Presenter at the Arqiva awards in 2012.
Emma is a regular commentator on women’s issues, media, social affairs, technology, politics and culture for ITV, Channel 4, BBC Three, BBC News, Sky News and CNN. And fuelled by lots of tea, she writes columns and features for Red Magazine and Grazia.
Emma has been named in the Radio Academy’s prestigious ‘30 under 30’ list for the last two years running, which selects the brightest talent working in British radio aged under 30.  Emma was highlighted by Red Magazine in its annual ‘20 under 30 Hot List’ which selects the most up and coming women aged under 30, across a range of industries, who are the ‘ones to watch’. She also won the ‘Media’ gong at the Women of the Future Awards in 2013.
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