TWO legendary journalists will be talking about politics and war reporting at upcoming events in Salisbury.

Arundells will present ground-breaking BBC correspondent Kate Adie and ITN news-anchor Alastair Stewart to share their experiences and insights.

Alastair, a broadcaster and political commentator, will join Michael McManus for an evening of insightful conversation at the Medieval Hall, Cathedral Close, from 7.30pm on April 8. Tickets for this talk cost £22 and include a glass of wine.

An Arundells spokesperson said: "Expect Alastair to regale you with captivating anecdotes and personal encounters that illuminate the inner workings of British politics.

"His wit and wisdom will shed light on important moments and key figures from across his illustrious career."

Salisbury Journal: Alastair Stewart will be in Salisbury on April 8.Alastair Stewart will be in Salisbury on April 8. (Image: Arundells)

Pioneering British journalist Kate Adie is renowned for her war reporting and captivating storytelling.

Her career, spanning over five decades, has taken her to some of the world’s most volatile regions. She continues to educate and inform listeners as anchor of BBC Radio 4’s iconic ‘From our Own Correspondent’ – which is unusual among Radio 4 programmes in having a growing audience.

Kate will talk at the Guildhall, Market Square, from 7.30pm on May 13 and tickets for this event also cost £22.

Salisbury Journal: Kate Adie will be in Salisbury on May 13.Kate Adie will be in Salisbury on May 13. (Image: Arundells)

Luke Futcher, Events and Marketing Manager at Arundell, said: "These events offer a rare opportunity to experience the combined brilliance of two legends of journalism. Arundells is excited to provide a platform for these exceptional individuals to share their stories and insights.

"We are confident that these talks will spark thought-provoking discussions and leave a lasting impact on our audience."

Tickets are available from and are expected to sell out quickly.