BBC New York and United Nations Correspondent, Nick Bryant, will present a lunchtime talk on Thursday 20 June in The Hammond Theatre.
One of the BBC’s most seasoned reporters, Nick has reported from around the world. In the US he has covered the Bill Clinton and George Bush presidencies and in his current role is reporting, among other things, on the global and national impact of Donald Trump’s incumbency.
A Cambridge History graduate with a PhD in American Politics from Oxford and Harvard, he is also the author of two books including The Bystander: John F. Kennedy and the Struggle for Black Equality.
On Thursday 20 June, at 12.45pm, Nick will be talking to pupils and members of the Hampton Community. Tickets are free but must be reserved @ hamptonschool.org.uk/events/nick-bryant-talk/
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