This Wine Talks British Business podcast is with Adam Raphael the former BBC Newsnight presenter and famed journalist. Adam is now the owner, publisher and editor of The Good Hotel Guide. He is currently a regular guest on BBC World’s Dateline programme. In his newspaper career, Adam has been a foreign correspondent for The Guardian (Washington, New York and Cape Town), political editor and executive editor of The Observer (1976-93), and home affairs editor of The Economist (1994-2004). He has won several awards for his journalism including Journalist of the Year (British Press Awards 1973) and Investigative Reporter of the Year (Granada TV 1973). He is also the author of two books, My Learned Friends, a study of the British libel laws (WH Allen 1990) and Ultimate Risk, the story of the collapse of the Lloyd’s insurance market (Bantam 1994). With a remarkable career as a journalist Adam recaps stories from his time spent at the various publications including his most proud achievement exposing the slave labour abused by many companies in South Africa. This is a rare open conversation with one of England's top journalists.