#Grazia10: Come To Our ‘Meet The Newsmakers’ Talk

#Grazia10: Come To Our 'Meet The Newsmakers' Talk

95454e70fadd28721424428973

by Alya Mooro |

Can you believe we've reached the ripe (young) age of 10? Yes, a decade ago Grazia launched to a chorus of: 'A weekly glossy? Are you mad? It will never work!' Oh, how those words were eaten. Almost overnight Grazia became a publishing sensation, an agenda and trend-setting eyes, ears and mouthpiece for every upscale woman in the country. We've been the magazine everyone from prime ministers to fashion luminaries has wanted to speak to, and we hope you'll agree that we've delivered the finest and fastest edit of news, fashion and beauty, week in and week out.

So to celebrate our ten years at the top do you think we'd just make do with a glass of Prosecco and a bit of cake? Hell no! We're marking our 10th birthday by launching #Grazia10, a three-week celebration which encompasses an exhibition and series of talks called Ten Talks at London's esteemed Getty Images Gallery.

Combining Grazia's unique design with Getty Image's iconic imagery, #Grazia10 takes visitors on an interactive journey through the pages of the magazine and the fastest-paced decade the world has seen. Futureproof your wardrobe, go down fashion memory lane with our wall of It bags and choose your favourite outfit and London designer of the decade. Meanwhile, our Ten Talks will feature panel events and inspirational speakers debating everything from feminism to fashion, relationships to careers. And the best bit? We want you to join us!

Meet The Newsmakers

Wednesday 4th March - 6.30pm-7pm

As the world enters a new era of turmoil, what has it been like to have had a front seat at the major news events of the past decade? Here, Radio 4's Today presenter Mishal Husain is joined by some of the biggest female names in current affairs (including Newsnight presenter Emily Maitlis, Al Jazeera's Sue Turton and Christina Lamb, co-author of I am Malala and Sky's Jayne Secker) to discuss their experiences and the lessons they've learnt.

Chair: Mishal Hussain

Mishal Husain
Mishal Husain

Mishal Husain presents the Today Programme on BBC Radio 4 and the BBC News at Ten on Sundays on BBC1. She has extensive experience reporting for BBC News from around the world, including last year's Indian elections, the Arab uprisings and from Pakistan after the killing of Osama bin Laden. She was also one of the hosts of BBC Sport's coverage of the Commonwealth Games this year and the 2012 London Olympics.

Emily Maitlis

Emily Maitlis

Emily Maitlis is one of the main BBC news presenters. Along with Newsnight, she also presents news bulletins on BBC One and rolling news coverage on the BBC News Channel. She has also made a number of BBC documentaries, most recently Inside Facebook, for which she interviewed Mark Zuckerberg. Previously she worked at BBC London news, Sky and for NBC News in Hong Kong, as a business correspondent. Emily has written for a number of newspapers and magazines including The Guardian and The Spectator.

Christina Lamb

Christina Lamb

Christina Lamb OBE is one of Britain's leading war correspondents, winning Foreign Correspondent of the Year five times for reporting on Pakistan, Afghanistan and Zimbabwe as well as the Prix Bayeux, Europe's most prestigious award for war correspondents. Currently Foreign Affairs Correspondent for the Sunday Times, Christina has written seven books including the bestselling I am Malala with Malala Yousafzai, last year's named Nonfiction book of the Year in the British Book Awards. Her latest book Farewell Kabul will be published in April. Her portrait had been in the National Portrait Gallery and she is on the boards of the Institute and War and Peace Reporting (IWPR), awarded an OBE in 2013. She is married with one son and has danced in the RIo Canival with three peacocks on her head.

Sue Turton

Sue Turton

Sue Turton is a multi-award-winning correspondent and presenter with 25 years experience reporting around the world. She joined Al Jazeera in 2010 as their Afghanistan Correspondent and following an extensive stint in Libya during the revolution there, her beat now includes Syria, Israel, Lebanon, Ukraine, Russia and Egypt. In 2014, she became one of 11 people convicted in absentia and sentenced to 10 years in jail after she was falsely accused of colluding with the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. Her conviction was part of a case that's seen three of her colleagues and friends jailed for more than 400 days, sparking international condemnation, including from US President, Barack Obama.

Jayne Secker

Jayne Secker

Jayne Secker has been a presenter on Sky News since 2009 and currently presents the weekday morning show alongside Colin Brazier while also hosting Week in Review on a Friday evening. Jayne has presented both on location and live on a huge range of news stories from the Arab Spring and Eurozone crisis to the Michael Jackson child abuse scandal and Soham murders. She broke the news that the Lockerbie bomber was to be freed and covered the Iraq war broadcasting live from the deck of the USS Shiloh as tomahawk missiles were fired from the vessel into Baghdad the night the war began.

**Tickets cost £10, with £2 going to Cash For The Kids. **** Please note tickets are extremely limited and seats are filling up fast - so hurry! **

BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE

Please drop in to the free exhibition or book a place at a TenTalk. The exhibition runs from 23rd February - 14th March and is open to the public Monday ­ Friday (10am-5.30pm), Saturday (12-5.30pm). Please note the gallery is closed when the #Grazia10 talks are on.

See the current list of other available Ten talks and ticket links below. And check back here as more are being announced soon...

What Is Love Anyway?

Feminism: Now, Then & Tomorrow

How To Eat Right For Now

Predict Your Career Future

A Lot Can Happen In Ten Years In Conversation With Sam McKnight

The Changing Faces Of Celebrity

Technology - Friend Or Foe?

What Should Be In Your Make Up Bag Now? With Make Up Artist Wendy Rowe

Please note that tickets are limited. More tickets may be available to purchase at a later date. Please check Grazia’s Twitter (@Grazia_Live) and Facebook updates for more info.

**Can't make these? Don't fret! **If you do miss out on tickets to any of the events, you can enjoy #Grazia10 highlights every day right here at Graziadaily.co.uk.

Where to find us
Just so you know, whilst we may receive a commission or other compensation from the links on this website, we never allow this to influence product selections - read why you should trust us