From Northern Ireland to the Middle East, the Balkans to the Gulf War of 1991, former BBC Chief News Correspondent Kate Adie has reported from trouble spots all over the globe. In 1989 she narrowly missed a bullet in Tiananmen Square and broadcast the story of the massacre to the world. Join her as she talks about her experiences of reporting from the front line and explores the challenges and insights they brought.
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