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In this episode Doug Barnett is joined by journalist and author Sarah Sands, former editor of The Sunday Telegraph, the London Evening Standard and Today on BBC Radio 4. We explore how social media is the 21st century equivalent of 18th century coffee houses and whether “who pays matters” in the world of journalism. Sarah also shares some brilliant insights into the long days on Today and what it was like on Fleet Street during the 90s…
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Sarah Sands – https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarah-sands-5248b81b6/
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