Shared October 2, 2019
Journalist and author Nesrine Malik on the challenging society’s myths, the BBC racism row and shaking up the media. (Subscribe: https://bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe)
Nesrine Malik is a columnist for the Guardian. She has just released her new book ‘We Need New Stories’, which explores how free speech, political correctness and identity politics are misunderstood in today's society.
She talks to Krish about the need to debunk prevailing prejudices, how her upbringing in the Middle East has shaped her views and why the British media needs to change its approach.
Warning: Contains language some may find offensive.
Recording Date: 27th September 2019
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