The author is a former BBC broadcaster and producer, and one of the founding editors of Newsline.
The Newsroom was less about the business of news and more about the mission of news
Why have TV news channels, the world over, stuck to this model of news?
Reflecting on December 1971 -- what some people refer to, rather politely, as ‘the tragedy of East Pakistan’
Tyrant turns out to be just another soap opera attempting to understand the crisis in the Middle East
The 1989 no-confidence move is a great story and would make a great film
Mirza Waheed’s new book is a harrowing tale of love in a time of conflict and change
Fifteen years since October 12, 1999
Technology for the more conscientious consumer
Are more autonomy and more devolution the way things should be in the 21st century?
A labyrinthine plot and quite intense, The Honourable Woman makes as much sense as such a terribly senseless situation can