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In Conversation Live with Jane Corbin
Jane Corbin, British Journalist, three-time winner of the Royal Television Society Award, Emmy Award nominee, and Author of Gaza First and Al Qaeda: the terror network that threatens the world, will be joining Professor Sir Simon Wessely for a riveting discussion about; her journalistic work on the BBC's Panorama programme, her films about Al-Qaeda, Saddam Hussein's secret nuclear weapons programme, her investigation into the Russian Novichok nerve agent attack in Salisbury, 'The Shadow Commander" programme on General Qassem Suleimani, and her most recent programme; On the NHS Frontline, which shows how medical professionals at University Hospital Coventry dealt with the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Corbin has reported extensively from Afghanistan and Pakistan making programmes about the Taliban, women's rights, and the war against militants on both sides of the border. She covered the hunt for Bin Laden in Afghanistan and Pakistan and made a one-hour documentary for BBC1 (Hostage) on Al-Qaeda's tactic of hostage-taking in Iraq. She investigated the network of the 'father of the Islamic bomb', Dr A.Q. Khan, and later reported from the tribal area of Waziristan on the impact of America's secret drone war in Pakistan. In The Death of Bin Laden (2011) she revealed how the CIA finally tracked down and killed the fugitive leader of the terror group.

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May 20, 2020 07:00 PM in London

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