Jack Murray from brand storytelling agency All Good Tales talks about how a moment witnessed by a talented reporter signalled the changing of the world order.
Not a week passes without a media moment shaping our lives, but what moments really make the difference?
What moments make a breakthrough and change everything that happened next?
Jack Murray founder of brand storytelling Agency All Good Tales, every week, looks at the breakthroughs, the media moments that shaped the world.
On April 8th, an eerie silence had come over Baghdad, following three weeks of fighting between the US and British allied armed forces, and the Iraqi army.
The objective was to change the regime, thus toppling the dictator Saddam Hussein, who'd been in power since 1979, and who the allied forces claimed had weapons of mass destruction.
This is the story of how BBC journalist Rageh Omaar witnessed the fall of the Iraqi city of Baghdad.
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