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Posted: Fri May 17 2013
The Frontline Restaurant grows much of its own produce on a farm in Norfolk, using this connection to dish up a British menu that includes seasonal and ethically sourced ingredients. Housed within the Frontline Club, a members' club that brings together a diverse group of people united by their passion for quality journalism, the restaurant is open to the public.
What's on at Frontline Club
Things to do
Al Qaeda attacked New York thirteen years ago on September 11. This discussion looks at how the organisation has evolved since, and explores its links with developing groups such as ISIS and al-Shabaab. Experts will discuss the tactics and strategies...
In 1971, eight ordinary Americans emptied an FBI office of its documents. The self-appointed "Citizens Commission to Investigate the FBI" uncovered damning evidence of illegal surveillance. Followed by a Q&A via Skype with director Johanna Hamilton.
Mon Sep 29:
The Process gives a snapshot of contemporary life inside the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, revealing what the politics mean for those who are waiting for peace. This screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Joshua Baker.
Fri Sep 19:
Thousands of children born in the midst of the Bosnian war were abandoned, orphaned or abused. Through the stories of four remarkable young people, this film captures the hopes and dreams of a new generation, forced to live with the effects of war.
Mon Sep 22:
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Darren Conway was awarded an OBE for services to British broadcast journalism this year. He is considered one of the most talented cameramen of his generation, and has been taking footage of global news events for over two decades. He will join Vin Ray...