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Clare Balding will be speaking about her life in broadcasting in a special event hosted by the University’s Veterinary LGBT+ Society (LUVS LGBT+) on Friday, 1 February.
A BAFTA winning TV presenter, author, journalist and LGBT+ champion, Clare will be talking about her life in broadcasting, focussing on key aspects of her career including her love of horses, presenting major sporting events, and her experience of being an author. Clare will be sharing what she’s learnt from her experiences and how others can learn from them.
Talk and Q&A
The talk and Q&A will take place on Friday, 1 February, 6pm – 7.30pm at Lecture Theatre 1, 502 Teaching Hub, 152 Mount Pleasant (Map).
To register for tickets priced at £6, please visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/clare-balding-my-life-in-broadcasting-tickets-53679479769
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Prior to the event (5-6pm), Clare will be at 502 Teaching Hub to sign copies of her books which will be available to purchase through a Blackwells stall at the venue. The selection of books will include:
My animals and other family (2013) – Bio
Walking home: Great British adventures (2015) – Travel
The Racehorse Who Wouldn’t Gallop (2017) – Childrens Book
The Racehorse Who Disappeared (2018) – Childrens Book
Winner of the BAFTA Special Award and RTS Presenter of the Year Award for her expert coverage of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Clare Balding is one of Britain’s leading broadcasters. She is also a best-selling and award-winning author of five books and an ardent campaigner for improved coverage of women’s sport.
Clare has been a regular voice on BBC radio since she left university in 1994, and has been presenting major events on television and radio since becoming the face of the BBC’s horse racing output in 1998.
As well as winning a personal BAFTA, Clare has been part of many BAFTA Award-winning programmes, has twice been named RTS Sports Presenter of the Year, as well as Sports Presenter of the Year at the TRIC Awards, Racing Journalist of the Year, awarded the special achievement award at the Women in Film and Television Awards and been praised for “perfect presentation” by the judges of the Broadcast Awards.
A bestselling author, Clare’s first book, ‘My Animals and Other Family‘ was published by Penguin in 2012. Based on her childhood growing up in an unusual household, it was published to critical acclaim and went on to win biography of the year at the National Book Awards. Her second book, ‘Walking Home’ was published in 2014.
Clare has released two children’s books ‘The Racehorse Who Wouldn’t Gallop’ and ‘The Racehorse Who Disappeared’, and wrote a short novel ‘The Girl Who Thought She Was a Dog’ for World Book Day in 2018.
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