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Alan Johnston, Corn Exchange, Brighton, May 24
When the BBC's Gaza correspondent was kidnapped by The Army Of Islam last April one of his captors told him three things.
He would survive, he would write a book about his ordeal and he would get married.
While at times during his 114-day living nightmare the journalist feared he would in fact be killed, two of those predictions came true.
Sat in front of a sell-out crowd at the Corn Exchange, Johnston was obviously alive and well and also the author of a new book, Kidnapped.
Johnston shed no light on his captor's final prediction - the marriage - but the lack of a wedding ring gleaming under the stage lights would hint he was wrong on one count.
The softly-spoken journalist, who is now based at the World Service in London (a position he hinted may not last long), movingly described his ordeal against the backdrop of political unrest in Gaza.