A MURDERER and TV journalist Kate Adie will be talking in Winchester to raise money for charity.

Erwin James will be in conversation with Ms Adie to raise money for the Footprints charity, a mentoring agency for ex-offenders in Hampshire and Dorset.

Mr James is now an author and journalist for The Guardian after serving a 20-year life sentence for murder.

The talk will be in New Hall at Winchester College on Friday October 11 at 6.45pm.

Tickets are £20 to include drinks and canapes.

Ms Adie who worked for BBC South in 1970s is now a patron of Footprints. The vice Dean of Winchester, Canon Roly Riem is also a trustee of the charity.

Mr James is the author of three books: A Life Inside – A Prisoners Notebook, The Home Stretch – From Prison to Parole, and Redeemable – a Memoir of Darkness and Hope.