Friday, April 23News For London

Tag: Brian Rose

War zones are “99 per cent boredom. One per cent sheer fear,” says BBC journalist.

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Former BBC journalist Brian Rose talks about the difference between freedom of expression and violation of expression in light of recent terrorist attacks. Reporter: Sonal Gupta Sub-editor: Li Ying. The attack by two gunmen on on the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo killed 12 staff members. The attack was made in retaliation for satirical images of the Prophet Mohammed. The incident provoked debate about the levels of freedom of expression.   Brian Rose says  journalism should be practised with a certain amount of responsibility and common sense. Is Journalism an exciting profession for young people? Rose warns that young people who view journalism as being 'exciting' run the risk of compromising their own safety and security. He stresses the fact that journalism is