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Payment for Frontline Club lecture

10th July 2007

Sorry to email you about this again, but the Frontline Club have asked that
we pay in advance.

Please therefore send a cheque for £7 to me at 43, Kenilworth Court, Lower
Richmond Road, SW15 1EN if you wish to be included in the group booking.
(Made out to the GB Russia Society). Please do this as soon as possible
and in any case by 21 July as this lecture is likely to be very popular.

Many thanks
Ute

Email from 08 Jul 2007 17:23:39

Dear All

Several people have told me that they have been unable to book for the
below lecture.

If you could let me know if you wish to attend by 21 July, I will try to
make a group booking.

Thanks
Ute

Email from 23 Jun 2007 15:46:58

Dear All

Please see info below about a lecture at the frontline club. Booking
details are on their website.

Best wishes
Ute

Insight with Bridget Kendal: In the shadows of Russia's glitzy
fa硤e
Tue 31st July, 7.30pm Price: £7.00

Location: 13 Norfolk Place, London W2 1QJ

BBC Diplomatic Correspondent Bridget Kandall talks about Russia beyond
the
glamour of Moscow and St Petersburg and what the Russians think of
Vladimir Putin’s rule.

With British-Russian relations at all time low, Russian Federation
remains
a mysterious country. Its economy is booming and Putin enjoys levels of
popularity many western leaders can only dream about.

Bridget Kendall has been BBC diplomatic correspondent since 1998. Russia
has always been one of her specialist topics.

She is a regular presenter for the BBC's flagship interactive programme
Have Your Say for which she interviewed former Soviet President Mikhail
Gorbachev and Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov. She has also
interviewed President Putin twice

She has made several documentaries for BBC television including profiles
of Vladimir Putin, Boris Yeltsin and Mikhail Gorbachev, as well as a
documentary on the rise of Russian nationalism. She recently returned
from
Russia where she reported on its provincial life for the Today programme
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