In the second part of a series on the challenging emotional situations journalists face, Gavin Rees examines the techniques seasoned reporters use to interview people in distress.
Continue reading The wisdom of the owls
Just how do you look a man in the eye and ask him what it was like to watch his parents being killed? Or ask a survivor how it was when a bomb exploded? In this two-part series based on a 15-month research project, Gavin Rees explores the challenging emotional encounters journalists negotiate in their work-life — and how to get the best interviews when emotions run high.
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