Archive

August 17, 2016

Marketing and Events Internship: Autumn-Winter 2016

The Frontline Club is seeking an enthusiastic and ambitious intern to join our team from September through December 2016 to support marketing and administration of the events programme. This position will be based in our Paddington, London office three days per week with a flexible schedule. The selected candidate will have the opportunity to attend […]


November 14, 2011

Volunteer for the Frontline Television News Archive

This winter the Frontline Club Charitable Trust in Paddington is offering part-time volunteer positions on an its Archive project to a small number of bright individuals. If you’re interested in journalism, war or the history of the late 20th century perhaps this is the job for you.


May 25, 2011

Frontline volunteer opportunity for summer: FNTV Archive

This summer the Frontline Club Charitable Trust in Paddington is offering part-time volunteer positions on an Oral History project to a small number of bright individuals. If you’re interested in journalism, war or the history of the late 20th century perhaps this is the project for you.


May 23, 2011

Frontline Television News Archive secures funding to go digital

The Heritage Lottery Fund has recently granted the Frontline Club its support to digitise the Frontline News Television archive. Read about the project and ways to get involved.


February 4, 2011

From the Archive: Insight on the Middle East

For background and insight into the Middle East and US policy, here’s some of the events we’ve had at the Frontline Club:   The question of how President Barack Obama would tackle the Middle East and the United States relationship with the region was the topic discussed at the Frontline Club shortly after he was […]


January 25, 2011

From the archive: Randa Habib on Jordan’s royal family

View in iTunes   As anti-government demonstrations take place in the Middle East Jordan’s royal family has come under scrutiny. Journalist Randa Habib‘s talk at the Frontline Club with Hosam El Sokkari, head of BBC Arabic, is well worth watching or listening to again for insight into the country’s politics.