Basil Clarke, famous British journalist of the 20th century, is credited with being the father of public relations.

This article titled “The man who invented public relations” was written by Roy Greenslade, for guardian.co.uk on Thursday 6th June 2013 08.18 UTC

Two years ago, I wrote a blogpost asking if anyone could help Richard Evans with his biography of Sir Basil Clarke, a journalist credited with being the father of public relations.

I am now delighted to report that Richard's book, From the frontline: the extraordinary life of Sir Basil Clarke, is being published next week, on 14 June.

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