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Pilita Clark, formerly of the Sydney Morning Herald and currently with The Financial Times, was named environment journalist of the year, and The Sunday ... Clark has won the award three times, putting her ahead of fellow Australians Phillip Knightley, Clive James and Peter Harvey, but still some distance ...
The journalist continues with his breathless account. ... Phillip Knightley, the author of The First Casualty, a renowned book about war correspondents, says: “A Belgian commission of enquiry in 1922, when passions had cooled, failed markedly to corroborate a single major allegation in the Bryce Report.

The legendary British newspaper editor sees the antics of Tokyo's famous white-gloved Oshiya, or "pushers", as symbolic of one of the worst sins a writer can commit — trying to cram too much into one sentence. "The digital age has made communication so much easier. But it's led to a great deal of ...
And as I later wrote in a 2005 publication, “Crossing Borders, Opening Doors,” about the ICIJ's earliest days, “The journalist there whose global experience had the most compelling resonance for me was Phillip Knightley, the international renowned, London-based author and reporter who eloquently and ...
... penetrated the British secret service so effectively that in 1944 he became director of its counter-Soviet arm, a feat of duplicity unequalled in the annals of espionage. As the liaison man between the British service and the American CIA, he was able to betray every important secret of Western intelligence.
See Phil Knightley on the grass courts of the Queen's Club in London and you'd hate or admire the cool way he dispatched opponents, depending which side of the net you were on. No whooping and hollering on serving a couple of aces, no grunting on running back for a lob. In tennis, as in journalism, ...

The Philby exclusive led to him becoming only the second writer to win the BPA journalist of the year award twice. Knightley's memoirs, A Hack's Progress, were notably self-deprecating as he recalled his misadventures in the trade. In 1967 he wrote a story, based on a UN steer, that the Arab-Israeli Six Day ...
The journalist Phillip Knightley consistently kept him happy, and the paper's lawyers busy, with some of the most powerful investigative journalism of his ... and in KGB records that became available during Glasnost he discovered that Stalin had thought that Philby was a British intelligence double agent; ...
Phillip Knightley, who has died aged 87, was one of the most accomplished reporters of his generation: his craftsmanship underpinned some of the ... But until he was in his 30s he never felt entirely confident of his prospects as a journalist: he tried selling vacuum cleaners to Australian housewives and ...
The British Joint Intelligence Committee sends the Bank of England a weekly assessment of the world economic and trading situation. ... He described the journalist Chapman Pincher in words that fit much of the profession today. ... Phillip Knightley wrote a history of spies—The Second Oldest Profession.
The journalist continues with his breathless account. ... Phillip Knightley, the author of The First Casualty, a renowned book about war correspondents, says: “A Belgian commission of enquiry in 1922, when passions had cooled, failed markedly to corroborate a single major allegation in the Bryce Report.
The typical Guardian writer, according to the late Malcolm Muggeridge, is characterised by “a certain self-righteousness of expression and bearing; ... The hero O'Toole, like the author an Australian-born journalist, says: “I have no application, no purpose, nothing to say and I hate to get up in the mornings…
The late Phillip Knightley opened his book, The Second Oldest Profession, with a quote from a former Assistant General Counsel of the CIA, Michael J. Barrett: “Espionage is the world's second oldest profession and just as honourable as .... The writer is editor, national security affairs, Capital TV, Islamabad.
The legendary British newspaper editor sees the antics of Tokyo's famous white-gloved Oshiya, or "pushers", as symbolic of one of the worst sins a writer can commit — trying to cram too much into one sentence. "The digital age has made communication so much easier. But it's led to a great deal of ...
And as I later wrote in a 2005 publication, “Crossing Borders, Opening Doors,” about the ICIJ's earliest days, “The journalist there whose global experience had the most compelling resonance for me was Phillip Knightley, the international renowned, London-based author and reporter who eloquently and ...
... penetrated the British secret service so effectively that in 1944 he became director of its counter-Soviet arm, a feat of duplicity unequalled in the annals of espionage. As the liaison man between the British service and the American CIA, he was able to betray every important secret of Western intelligence.
See Phil Knightley on the grass courts of the Queen's Club in London and you'd hate or admire the cool way he dispatched opponents, depending which side of the net you were on. No whooping and hollering on serving a couple of aces, no grunting on running back for a lob. In tennis, as in journalism, ...

The Philby exclusive led to him becoming only the second writer to win the BPA journalist of the year award twice. Knightley's memoirs, A Hack's Progress, were notably self-deprecating as he recalled his misadventures in the trade. In 1967 he wrote a story, based on a UN steer, that the Arab-Israeli Six Day ...
The Philby exclusive led to him becoming only the second writer to win the BPA journalist of the year award twice. Knightley's memoirs, A Hack's Progress, were notably self-deprecating as he recalled his misadventures in the trade. In 1967 he wrote a story, based on a UN steer, that the Arab-Israeli Six Day ...
Phillip Knightley, who has died aged 87, was one of the most accomplished reporters of his generation: his craftsmanship underpinned some of the ... But until he was in his 30s he never felt entirely confident of his prospects as a journalist: he tried selling vacuum cleaners to Australian housewives and ...
Phillip Knightley was one such journalist. He wrote a book titled “First Casualty”, which is an excellent comprehensive account of the routine deceits and deceptions of news providers, and those who control them, going back to the very earliest days of newspapers. One of the numerous examples he ...
... global investigative journalists Phillip Knightley and John Pilger and publishers Sir Frank and Kerry Packer. The keynote address to the dinner was delivered by veteran Sydney Morning Herald investigative journalist Kate McClymont, who also was inducted for her outstanding contribution to Australian ...
... investigative journalists Chris Masters and Phillip Knightley and sports broadcasters Richie Benaud and Alan McGilvray. Six years ago The Melbourne Press Club started the Hall of Fame and has honoured 81 Victorians so far, but soon realised that honorees had a habit of spilling across state borders.
“The age of the war correspondent as hero,” Phillip Knightley ... In some senses, Ackerman's novel is unusual for a young writer in that it ...
... been visited by his old friend and fellow intelligence officer Nicholas Elliott. ... in which another celebrated journalist, the late Phillip Knightley, ...
In remembrance: Phillip Knightley and David Donald ... week, with the passing of investigative journalist Phillip Knightley and data guru David Donald. ... Phillip Knightley, the international renowned, London-based author and ...
In remembrance: Phillip Knightley and David Donald ... week, with the passing of investigative journalist Phillip Knightley and data guru David Donald. ... Phillip Knightley, the international renowned, London-based author and ...
As the liaison man between the British service and the American CIA, he was able to betray every important secret of Western intelligence.
He was central to Insight's discovery of what an obscure civil servant called Kim Philby had done in British Intelligence before he vanished, ...
The journalist Phillip Knightley consistently kept him happy, and the paper's ... had thought that Philby was a British intelligence double agent; much of ... only the second writer to win the BPA journalist of the year award twice.
The journalist Phillip Knightley consistently kept him happy, and the paper's ... was a British intelligence double agent; much of his information was ... only the second writer to win the BPA journalist of the year award twice.
Phillip Knightley made a crucial contribution to the Sunday Times's ... never felt entirely confident of his prospects as a journalist: he tried selling ...
... a position to follow up with questions as is an independent journalist.” ... by Elaine Potter, Bruce Page, Phillip Knightley and Marjorie Wallace.
Phillip Knightley came into my office and said: “we can't stand this”. I said: “no we can't!” I called up James Evans, the lawyer in our company, ...
Colin Simpson, a maverick who often operated on his own initiative, was responsible for some of the best investigative journalism on The Sunday Times. It was he who blew open the fraud perpetrated by a ring of antique dealers who were deliberately fixing prices by working as a cabal. With his camel-hair ...
As Phillip Knightley points out, Churchill's speech notwithstanding, while ... the head of military intelligence, told selected journalists: “I'm afraid ...
“The age of the war correspondent as hero,” Phillip Knightley ... In some senses, Ackerman's novel is unusual for a young writer in that it ...
In remembrance: Phillip Knightley and David Donald ... week, with the passing of investigative journalist Phillip Knightley and data guru David Donald. ... Phillip Knightley, the international renowned, London-based author and ...
As the liaison man between the British service and the American CIA, he was able to betray every important secret of Western intelligence.
He was central to Insight's discovery of what an obscure civil servant called Kim Philby had done in British Intelligence before he vanished, ...
The journalist Phillip Knightley consistently kept him happy, and the paper's ... was a British intelligence double agent; much of his information was ... only the second writer to win the BPA journalist of the year award twice.
Phillip Knightley made a crucial contribution to the Sunday Times's ... never felt entirely confident of his prospects as a journalist: he tried selling ...
Phillip Knightley came into my office and said: “we can't stand this”. I said: “no we can't!” I called up James Evans, the lawyer in our company, ...
"The age of the war correspondent as hero," Phillip Knightley famously wrote in his book "The First Casualty," "appears to be over.
Earlier in the month, Philby had been visited by his old friend and fellow intelligence officer Nicholas Elliott. Armed with recently discovered evidence that clearly incriminated him, Elliott offered ... The Philby story exploded the following year ...
14 Jan 2017 at 04:00 383 viewed0 comments; NEWSPAPER SECTION: NEWS | WRITER: BY STUART ALAN BECKER. Outgoing CIA director John Brennan ... The great Australian journalist Phillip Knightley, who died late last year, described the same truism among spies ...
The Philby story exploded the following year, in large part as a consequence of the investigative work carried out by the Sunday Times Insight team, in which another celebrated journalist, the late Phillip Knightley, who died last year, played a ...
Other invitees there included such accomplished journalists and authors as conference keynote speaker Carl Bernstein of Washington Post Watergate fame, Scott Armstrong (co-author of The Brethren with Bob Woodward), British journalist Anthony Sampson ...
This is the moment where Trump surrogate Scottie Nell Hughes, who describes herself as a "classically studied journalist," joins the conversation in order to assert: "There's no such thing, unfortunately, anymore, of [sic] facts.
Phillip Knightley, the Australian journalist, critic and author passed away recently at the age of 87. Known for his fierce investigative reporting, Knightley (in pic) had a strong India connect.


 

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