Prof Brian Cathcart

Position: Professor
School: Humanities
Extension: 62298
Location: Room PR MB 3005, Main Building, Penrhyn Road

Educational and professional qualifications

1978 BA History , Dublin University

Professional experience (post-1990)

2003 Freelance journalist, Independent, Guardian, Mail, New Statesman
1997 Foreign Editor, Deputy Editor, The Independent on Sunday

Research outputs

Number of items: 9.


Cathcart, B (2012) Hacked Off. Television & New Media, 13(1), pp. 26-30. ISSN (print) 1527-4764

Cathcart, Brian (2012) Rebekah Brooks at Leveson inquiry: people's pal or power broker? CNN,

Cathcart, Brian (2011) Code breakers. Index on Censorship, 40(2), pp. 35-45. ISSN (print) 0306-4220

Cathcart, Brian (2009) Deepcut's dead demand justice., ISSN (print) 0261-3077

Cathcart, Brian (2009) Is Google killing general knowledge? Intelligent Life, 2(4), ISSN (print) 1743-7424


Cathcart, Brian (2015) The news from Waterloo : the race to tell Britain of Wellington's victory. London, U.K. : Faber & Faber. 352p. ISBN 9780571315253

Cathcart, Brian (2012) Everybody's hacked off: why we don't have the press we deserve and what to do about it. New York, U.S. : Viking Adult. 100p. (Penguin sepcials) ISBN 9780241965566

Cathcart, Brian (2012) The case of Stephen Lawrence. U.K. : Viking Adult. 456p. ISBN 9780241963241

Book Section

Cathcart, Brian (2012) The press, the Leveson inquiry and the Hacked Off campaign. In: Keeble, Richard Lance and Mair, John, (eds.) The phone hacking scandal: journalism on trial. 2nd rev ed. Bury St Edmonds, U.K. : Abramis. pp. 38-47. ISBN 9781845495565

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