IT was one of the most notorious newspaper titles in British journalism - and its sudden demise last summer shock waves through the industry.
Now hear the inside story of the downfall of the News of the World as journalist Jules Stenson talks about his career at The University of Sheffield Students’ Union at The Foundry on Thursday, March 8.
Sheffield University graduate Jules worked at the News of the World for 15 years and as head of features was responsible for breaking stories on the split of Paul McCartney and Heather Mills, the drugs shame of the Olympic swimming hero Michael Phelps and the bombshell revelations that lost John Terry the England captaincy.
The evening begins at 7pm. Tickets cost £5 or £3.