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    National treasure Charlotte Green recalls her time on the news.

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    The second volume of rip-roaring and hilarious recollections from Stanley Johnson.

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    Essential reading for anyone with a passing interest in British politics.

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    Bringing together some of the very best literary interviews from Herbert Kretzmer's illustrious career.

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    Exploration of how coalition protest movements against austerity, war and globalisation impact on a mainstream media unaccustomed to fractured articulations of dissent.

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    In the modern media age politicians are never far away from scandal, it seems. This powerful book tells the story from the politician’s point-of-view.

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    Camp Bastion is under attack and a famous TV war reporter is missing half his kit. Christian Hill, a captain in the army's Media Operations Group, is to promote the war to the British media - and make it look like things are under control and getting better...

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    Smile for the Camera is the devastating exposé of the man who was once Britain’s favourite politician, now revealed as a serial child abuser.

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    The first book to give a collective voice to the protest against sexism, from @EverydaySexism.

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    Inspiring survivor Pam Warren gives an insight into life before and after The Paddington Rail Crash.

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    The true story of the investigative journalist, and the world he was part of.

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    Alain de Botton explores our relationship with 'the news' in this book full of his trademark wit and wisdom.

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    The inside story of Edward Snowden, brought to you by award-winning Guardian journalist Luke Harding.

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    A vivid and revealing exploration of the way in which myth, power and religion interact to produce the love-hate relationship between the Russian people and Vladimir Putin.

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    Secret lunches, off-the-record briefings, the leaking of confidential information and tightly-organised media launches - the well-known world of modern political spin. But is this really a new phenomenon or have politicians been manipulating the press for as long as newspapers have existed?

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    Celebrate another year of exceptional sporting stories.

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    With unique first person experiences, interviews with defectors of the North and history, John Sweeney’s narrative is a fascinating and engaging account of the reality behind ‘the strangest place he’s ever visited’.

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    The birth of America's Progressive Era told through the close friendship between two Presidents: Theodore Roosevelt and his handpicked successor William Howard Taft.

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    The updated paperback edition of Nick Robinson's brilliant book, Live From Downing Street

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    An introduction to the world of journalese, the weird and wonderful language of the news.

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    This unique title illustrates the critical moral choices made by reporters on the front line.

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    The 1970s. Strikes, power-cuts, the three-day week, inflation, Paki-bashing and the dead left unburied. Or, from another perspective, a period dominated by Morecambe and Wise, glam rock, detective ...

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    Felicity Lawrence's Sunday Times bestseller Not on the Label, updated with extraordinary new material on the horsemeat scandal.

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    Paperback edition of the award-winning and massively acclaimed true story Britain’s first investigative journalist.

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    Since making his journalistic debut breaking into Piers Morgan's office, Nick reveals how he has rattled Donald Rumsfield, slept through 9/11, had tea with President Karzai, struggled into fireproof underwear, and got a free lunch out of the Tamil Tigers.

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    Foxman and Wolf uncover the potential danger that could arise from people or organizations resorting to online violence, and also what must be done in order to prevent a disaster.

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    Julian Petley investigates the media's involvement in matters of 'public interest' and works to determine whether it is always acceptable, or could be deemed as an invasion of privacy.

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    In Hollywood Left and Right, Steven J. Ross tells an important story that has escaped public attention: the emergence of Hollywood as a vital center of political life and the important role that movie stars have played in shaping the course of American politics.

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    An important, non-partisan book for our times, examining minutely but constructively why government spending ultimately fails the taxpayer.

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    Here is the passionate and personal autobiography from former BBC Foreign Correspondent Martin Bell OBE, who was injured whilst reporting from Bosnia during the Civil War.

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    David McKnight tracks Murdoch's influence, from his support for Reagan and Thatcher, his deal with Tony Blair and attacks on Barack Obama.

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    Award-winning journalist James Fergusson is among the few to have witnessed at first hand the devastating reality of life in the failed and desperate state of Somalia. This corner of the world has ...

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    House of Fun is a bumper collection of Simon Hoggart's finest and funniest sketches written since he took up the poisoned quill twenty years ago. It is instant history with added jokes.

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    A wonderfully entertaining look at the last 12 months through the eyes of multi-award-winning cartoonist Matt.

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    A Matter of Principle is a riveting memoir and a scathing account of a flawed justice system.

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    The inside story of Andrew Gilligan’s notorious 6.07 broadcast on the Today programme, from former editor Kevin Marsh.

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    There is more information in the world than ever before - but who's in control?

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    The life, fortune and tragedy of the first women to edit a British national newspaper

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    Dial M for Murdoch uncovers the inner workings of one of the most powerful companies in the world: how it came to exert a poisonous, secretive influence on public life in Britain, how it used its huge power to bully, intimidate and cover up, and how its exposure has changed the way we look at our politicians, our police service and our press

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    Ever since 9/11, Muslims and Islam have dominated the headlines in the UK. In this important book, several leading media commentators examine the phenomenon of ‘Islamophobia’ and ask ho...

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    Jeremy Vine is one of the most successful broadcasters of recent years and in 2012 clocks up a quarter of a century at the BBC.

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    Bodyguard tells the unknown stories behind some of the biggest news and sports events of our time, from the inside out. This is not just another book about life in the danger zones; it is much, much more.

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    Muckraker details the tenacity and verve of one of Victorian Britain’s most compelling characters and Britain's first investigative journalist.

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    On the Front Line is a street-view of the historic events that have shaped the last 25 years, from an award-winning foreign correspondent and the outstanding journalist of her generation.

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    This remarkable book looks at the history of war reporting through a century and a half of conflict journalism.

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    When One Door Closes is the surprisingly funny, dramatic and often poignant story of Britain's most distinguished newsreader. An Iranian Fatwa hanging over him, shot through both legs during the Nigerian Civil War, Sissons has some fascinating stories to tell.

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    Drawing on the work of radical media critics as well as the writings of revolutionary communist groups, 'Beyond the Left' updates and recharges the Marxist critique of the media.

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    How big a beast is the media? Can right wing tabloids influence social policy using their ability to fan fears and prejudices? Malcolm Dean, the Guardian's longstanding chief monitor of social poli...

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    Shooting the Messenger examines the interface between soldiers and civilian reporters covering conflicts, the grey area between a reporter's right or need to know and the operational security constraints imposed by the military.

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    William Rees-Mogg is one of the pivotal figures of post-war Britain. In this brilliantly entertaining memoir he recounts the story of a colourful life, and reflects on the key figures and events of...

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    The perfect introduction to the theory and practice of politics

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    This book focuses on helping to produce competent and confident journalists who report on politics without fear or favour.

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    This is the first comprehensive examination of the ways images mattered in the struggle for civil rights, and it investigates a broad range of media including photography, television, film, magazines, newspapers, and advertising.

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    The story behind the internet phenomenon, Wikileaks

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    When One Door Closes is a hugely entertaining account of the distinguished and popular career of one of television's best-known anchors.

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    In these extended versions of the interviews which appeared in Total Politics, Iain Dale reveals new sides to the politicians we love and love to hate.

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    Sometimes hilarious, sometimes tragic, Inside the Danger Zones is the story of Paul Moorcraft's work during the major wars of the last three decades.

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    This directory lists all 2,000 UK-based political blogs at the time of publication and seeks to sort the wheat from the chaff, with analysis from leading commentators and bloggers.

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    This book is a thorough and entertaining how-to, with John Shosky able to draw back the curtain on oratory in a simple and understandable way. It should be required reading for anyone in the communications field.

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    Journalism today is moving faster than ever before. With web 2.0, blogging, huge media conglomerates, 24-hour news-networks, and tight legal frameworks, this introduction investigates the role of j...

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    Delane’s War is the story of how John Delane, editor of The Times, brought about the resignation of the entire cabinet of the British Government over its conduct of the Crimean War. In the aftermath Britain came close to revolution.

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    This directory lists all UK based political blogs at the time of publication and seeks to sort the wheat from the chaff.

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    Six types of execution are practiced in the industrialized world, torture is openly sanctioned by America, and infringements of people’s civil liberties occur daily. Yet in 2005 only 61% of the Bri...

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    This is the newly revised and updated paperback edition of the former Conservative Party Treasurer's personal account of his battle over unsubstantiated claims concerning his business affairs.

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    When we think of the word “censorship”, we imagine blacked out words and authoritarian political regimes of the past. However, censorship is alive and well today, and just as pervasive ...

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    How do you decide what is a ‘story’ and what isn’t? What does a newspaper editor actually do all day? How do hacks get their scoops? How do the TV stations choose their news bulle...

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