Archive

Rich has an extensive reporting background covering a variety of stories.

Here are some of them:

BBC News

World leaders pledge $8bn to develop coronavirus vaccine

World leaders held a virtual summit and pledged $8bn to develop a vaccine for coronavirus. But the US didn’t take part – saying it’s working on its own to find a vaccine.

Broadcast 5 May 2020.

BBC News

The African countries importing herbal coronavirus remedies

At least 4 African heads of state started importing stocks of a herbal remedy which Madagascar’s insisted could cure coronavirus in 10 days. The WHO warned against relying on untested science.

Broadcast 5 May 2020.

BBC News

Saudi Arabia’s migrant workforce impacted by coronavirus

Saudi Arabia’s migrant workforce have been hit hard by coronavirus. 80% of recent cases have been amongst foreigners. I discuss the implications and what the Saudi authorities are doing in response.

Broadcast 4 May 2020.

BBC News

US starts to come out of lockdown

After several weeks in varying states of lockdown, some parts of the USA are easing restrictions on movement. Meanwhile, US fighter jets perform fly-overs in several US cities honouring frontline workers in the coronavirus pandemic.

Broadcast 3 May 2020.

BBC News

Canada announces ban on assault-style guns

Canada’s Prime Minister announces a ban on assault-style weapons, effective immediately.

Broadcast 2 May 2020.

BBC News

Kim Jong-un emerges after 20 days without being seen in public

State media in North Korea announce a public appearance by Kim Jong-un – after weeks of rumours that he was seriously ill or dead.

Broadcast 2 May 2020.

BBC News

Italy, Spain and France start to ease coronavirus lockdowns

After weeks in severe states of lockdown, some of the European countries worst-hit by coronavirus are starting to ease lockdown measures.

Broadcast Monday 27 April 2020.

BBC News

Southern seperatists take over Yemen’s port city of Aden

The separatist Southern Transitional Council – a former ally of the government – says it’s taken over Yemen’s southern port city of Aden, in what the government has called an armed rebellion. It further complicates the ongoing civil war in Yemen between the Government (backed by Saudi Arabia) and the Houthi rebels (backed by Iran). The STC are backed by Saudi Arabia’s neighbour – the United Arab Emirates.

Broadcast 27 April 2020.

BBC News

New York’s governor authorises pharmacies to test for coronavirus

New York’s governor, Andrew Cuomo, authorises pharmacies to test for coronavirus across the state.

Broadcast 26 April 2020.

BBC News

Mexican water shortages cause coronavirus hand-washing problems

Around a quarter of homes in Mexico City don’t have running water. Water is delivered by truck and shared in communal tanks. It makes it harder for people in these poorer communities to wash their hands as part of efforts to stay safe from coronavirus.

Broadcast 25 April 2020.

BBC News

Several killed after tornadoes hit US states

At least 6 people killed after a series of tornadoes ripped through several southern US states, leaving a trail of destruction behind them.

Broadcast 24 April 2020.

BBC News

Coronavirus spreads across Europe

Early days of coronavirus – report in to the spread across Europe.

Broadcast 8 April 2020.

BBC News

Boris Johnson Taken Into Intensive Care

The British Prime Minister is taken in to intensive care after his symptomps from coronavirus get worse.

Broadcast 7 April 2020.

BBC News

Van Gogh’s Lentetuin painting stolen

A painting by Vincent Van Gogh is stolen from an art gallery in the Netherlands – as it was closed to visitors because of the coronavirus outbreak. The painting, valued at up to $6.5 million, was on loan to the Singer Laren near Amsterdam.

Broadcast 31 March 2020.

BBC News

UK Government introduces lockdown measures

Broadcast 24 March 2020.

BBC News

Argentina Abortion Rallies

The Catholic Church in Argentina holds a huge open-air mass to rally against a bill that would legalise abortion in the country.

Broadcast 9 March 2020

BBC News

Italy introduces lockdown measures

Italian authorities introduce lockdown measures to try to contain the spread of coronavirus.

Broadcast 8 March 2020.

BBC News

East Africa First Community Elephant Sanctuary

To East Africa’s first community-owned elephant sanctuary.  It’s in northern Kenya and is one of the few reserves to employ women as keepers.

Broadcast 7 March 2020.

BBC News

An ‘immortal’ piano more than 220 years old goes up for sale

A piano described as ‘immortal’ goes up for sale in Israel. It’s more than 220 years old, and has traveled around the world – including being held by the Nazis.

Broadcast 2 March 2020.

BBC News

Landmark court ruling in favour of the indigenous Sami people

A landmark court ruling for Europe’s last indigenous population. The Sami people of northern Sweden have been granted the right to decide who hunt and fish on their land – raising questions about similar possible moves elsewhere.

Broadcast 28 February 2020.

BBC News

Protests in Kazakhstan

Police in Kazakhstan detain about two-hundred people during demonstrations in the country’s largest city, Almaty.  The arrests came after two banned opposition groups tried to hold illegal anti-government protests.

Broadcast Sunday 23 February 2020.

BBC News

Protests in Ukraine against Chinese evacuees

A group of evacuees from China were met with hostility when they arrived at a quarantine centre in Ukraine. Protestors clashed with police and threw missiles at buses carrying the evacuees.

Broadcast 22 February 2020.

BBC News

Romulus Tomb Discovered

Archaeologists in Italy say they’ve uncovered a sarcophagus in the remains of an ancient temple in Rome – which MAY belong to city’s legendary found, Romulus.

Broadcast 22 February 2020

BBC News

Lesotho PM promises to resign

The Prime Minister of the Southern African nation of Lesotho is to resign, amid charges that he murdered his estranged wife, in a case which has shocked Africa. Eighty year old Thomas Thabane has said he will step down but has refused to comment on the case.

Broadcast 21 February 2020.

BBC News

Vigils held across Germany for Hanau shooting victims

Vigils held across Germany for the 9 victims of the Hanau shisha bar shootings.

Broadcast 21 February 2020.

BBC News

Gunman attacks shisha bars in Germany

German police say at least 8 people killed after a gunman attacks shisha bars in Hanau.

Broadcast 20 February 2020.

BBC News

Julian Assange Pardon Offer

A lawyer for Julian Assange says President Trump made an offer to pardon the WikiLeaks founder if he said Russia was not involved in leaking emails from America’s Democratic National Committee during the 2016 election.

Broadcast 20 February 2020.

BBC News

East Africa Locust Swarms

The United Nations says much of East Africa could face a food crisis if huge swarms of locusts devouring crops and pasture are not brought under control.

Broadcast 15 February 2020.

BBC News

Thousands Flee Northern Syria

United Nations officials say tens of thousands of people have fled northern Syria just in 48 hours – as fighting intensified in the provinces of Idlib and Aleppo. Sixty per cent of those fleeing are said to be children.

Broadcast 14 February 2020.

BBC News

Leader of Italy’s far-right party faces prosecution

The leader of Italy’s far – right League party, Matteo Salvini, faces prosecution over his decision to prevent more than a hundred rescued migrants disembarking from a coastguard vessel last year. Italy’s Senate voted to STRIP Mr Salvini of his parliamentary immunity to allow the prosecution to go ahead.

Broadcast 13 February 2020.

BBC News

Amazon dolphin at risk

The Amazon dolphin is the world’s largest freshwater dolphin. (And it turns pink when it gets excited!). But there are fears over its future, after legislation to protect it was not renewed…

Broadcast 7 February 2020.

BBC News

German far-right supports winning candidate in local election

A political storm in Germany after a candidate from the FDP wins a local election with support from the far-right AFD.

Broadcast 6 February 2020.

BBC News

Early reports in to Pegasus plane crashes in Istanbul, Turkey

Early reports on BBC News after plane crashes in Istanbul.

Broadcast 5 February 2020.

BBC News

Slovenia’s first ever mosque opens – FIFTY years after the request to build it

Slovenia’s first ever mosque opens – FIFTY years after the initial request to build it. It was delayed by the break-up of the former Yugolslavia, and by right-wing politicians and groups.

Broadcast 4 February 2020.

BBC News

France bans culling of chicks

France says it will outlaw the culling of unwanted male chicks by the year 2021, as part of wider animal welfare reforms. At present, male chicks which are not wanted for meat or because they don’t lay eggs are killed on an industrial scale.

Broadcast 30 January 2020.

BBC News

Lagos Motorbike Taxi Ban

Authorities in Lagos ban the city’s (in)famous motorbike taxis.

Broadcast 29 January 2020.

BBC News

Barcelona Independence Protests

Pro-independence demonstrators in Barcelona clash with Spanish police.

Broadcast 28 January 2020.

BBC News

Tributes pour in following the death of Kobe Bryant

Tributes pour in from around the world, following the news of the death of Kobe Bryant.

Broadcast 27 January 2020.

BBC News

Protests in Lebanon against the new government

Protests in Lebanon against the new government – after weeks of anti-establishment demonstrations calling for a new political structure.

Broadcast Wednesday 22 January 2020.

BBC News

Clashes between Mexican forces and Central American migrants

Clashes between Mexican security forces around two-hundred Central American migrants trying to cross the border in to Mexico from Guatemala. Hundreds of people went in to the river that separates the two countries as part of a wider effort to get to the United States.

Broadcast 21 Janaury 2020.

BBC News

Early Report on the Fourth Coronavirus Death

One of the first news reports on coronavirus. An 89 year old man becomes the 4th victim.

Broadcast 21 January 2020.

BBC News

Repatriation of 11 Ukrainians killed after Iran shoots down Ukrainian plane

The bodies of eleven Ukrainians who died when a Ukrainian International Airlines flight was shot down over Iran earlier this month, are returned home. Ukraine’s president, Volodymyr Zelensky, joined friends and relatives of the victims at a repatriation ceremony in the capital, Kyiv.

Broadcast 20 January 2020.

BBC News

Yemen’s Currency War

In Yemen – as the internal conflict continues between the internationally-recognised government and Houthi rebels, a new level of economic warfare has been announced by the Houthis.

Broadcast 19 January 2020.

BBC News

Climate Report Warns Over Australian Wildfires

As Australia battles wildfires, a report says climate change means they will become increasingly common.

Broadcast 14 January 2020.

BBC News

Protests in Iran

Iranians protest after the government confirmed it WAS responsible for the shooting down of a Ukrainian passenger jet.  Demonstrators took to the streets voicing their anger at authorities who, for days, denied any involvement with the crash, which came amid high tensions following the  US airstrike on Qassem Soleimani.

Broadcast Monday 13 January 2020.

BBC News

First BBC TV News Report Into First Coronavirus Death

In mid-January a man in central China died of a mysterios new disease, which scientists said was similar to the SARS virus. This was the BBC’s first report on the death from what we would come to know as Coronavirus.

Broadcast 12 January 2020.

BBC News

Protest in support of Polish judges

Lawyers and judges from across Europe join a major demonstration by judges in Poland. In a silent march in the Polish capital, Warsaw, the judges – joined by thousands of demonstrators – were protesting against proposed legislation which will give politicians greater control over the appointment and disciplining of judges. Politicians say reform is necessary – but the judges claim it’s an attempt to gag the judiciary.

Broadcast 12 January 2020.

BBC News

Teacher killed in Mexico school shooting – January 2020

A schoolboy in Mexico shot and killed a teacher and injured at least six other people at a school in the norther city of Terreon, before killing himself.

Broadcast 11 January 2020.

BBC News

Iran admits shooting down a Ukranian passenger jet

Broadcast 11 January 2020.

BBC News

Indonesia New Year Floods

Heavy flooding hits Indonesia, following heavy rains that started on New Year’s Eve.  The extreme weather caused landslides and flash flooding around the capital, Jakarta and neighbouring regions.  Dozens were killed.

Broadcast 5 January 2020.

BBC News

General Soleimani’s body arrives in Iran

His remains were flown to the city of Ahvaz for a three-day funeral procession, after he was killed in Iraq by a US strike.  Iranian officials have promised what they’ve described as “severe revenge” for his death.

Broadcast Sunday 5 January 2020.

BBC News

Militant attack kills 35 civilians in Burkina Faso

More details emerge about an attack by Islamist militants in Burkina Faso that killed 35 civilans – most of them women.

Broadcast 26 December 2019.

BBC News

Prince Philip spends a third night in hospital

Reporting live for BBC News outside St Mary’s Hospital in West London where Prince Philip was receiving precautionary treatment on the advice of his doctor.

Broadcast Monday 23 December 2019,

BBC News

Westminster Bridge terror attack – witnesses recall what happened

Witnesses to the Westminster Bridge terror attack share their stories.

Broadcast 21 December 2019.

BBC News

Australia Wildfire ‘Catastrophic’ Warning

Australia’s wildfires given a ‘catastrophic’ warning.

Broadcast 21 December 2019.

BBC News

Technicalities delay President Trump impeachment proceedings

Disagreement over how a trial in the Senate should take place delays impeachment proceedings against President Trump.

Broadcast 20 December 2019.

BBC News

Protests across Poland against plans to punish dissenting judges

Mass demonstrations across Poland, in protest against plans to punish judges if they question the government’s planned changes to the judicial system.

Broadcast 19 December 2019.

BBC News

Protests in Ukraine against propsed land reforms

Thousands demonstrated outside the country’s parliament building, in opposition to land reform proposals which some farmers say will only benefit oligarchs and foreign investors.

Broadcast 18 December 2019.

BBC News

Bodies airlifted after New Zealand volcano eruption

Police and the military in New Zealand airlift six bodies from White Island in the Bay of Plenty, where a volcano erupted killing sixteen people.

Broadcast 13 December 2019.

BBC News

Bosnian Migrant Camp Closed

Officials in Bosnia close a migrant camp close to the border with Croatia. Conditions were described as ‘deplorable’ and around 800 migrants were moved to better accommodation for the winter.

Broadcast 12 December 2019.

BBC News

Extreme weather hits Iceland

Iceland issues its first red weather warning. You rarely hear extreme weather stories from Iceland – the hardy Icelandic are used to coping with what nature throws at them. But now they faced this particularly powerful winter storm.

Broadcast Wednesday 11 December 2019.

BBC News

Dutch National Park ASKS People to take Christmas Trees

The Scots Pine is an invasive species in the Netherlands – so park rangers WANT you to come and take them away.

Broadcast 10 December 2019.

BBC News

French Strikes

Another day of strikes across France.

Broadcast 6 December 2019.

BBC News

Nationwide strikes hit France

Hundreds take part in nationwide strikes in France.

Broadcast 5 December 2019.

BBC News

2019 Turner Prize winner announced…and it’s a surprise for everyone!

For the first time ever, the Turner Prize has been awarded jointly to all of those artists who’d been nominated.

Broadcast 4 December 2019.

BBC News

Joint attacks on Idlib, Syria

Joint attacks by government and Turkish forces hit areas of Idlib, northern Syria.

Broadcast 3 December 2019.

BBC News

Government resignations amid investigation in to murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia

Three resignations have rocked the government in Malta, the European union’s smallest state. They come as the police investigation into the murder of an investigative journalist, continues to pile pressure on the government. Daphne Caruana Galizia was investigating corruption in the highest levels of the Maltese government.

Broadcast 27 November 2019.

BBC News

President Trump says he’s in the process of labelling Mexican drugs gangs as terrorist organisations – a move that could have wide -ranging impacts. Mexico says it’s not happy – and that the United States has no right to interfere in its sovereignty.

Broadcast 27 November 2019

BBC News

WADA recommends Russia is banned from Olympics for 4 years over doping allegations

The World Anti-Doping Agency – WADA – recommends Russia be declared non-compliant, and that Russian government officials be banned from participating in any Olympic games events for four years. WADA said Russia had failed to comply with the World Anti-Doping Code.

Broadcast 26 November 2019.

BBC News

Global marches for International Day of the Elimination of Violence Against Women

Marches take place around the world to mark the International Day of the Elimination of Violence Against Women. The United Nations says one-in-three women experience physical or sexual abuse in their lifetime, and called on countries to do more to protect women.

Broadcast 26 November 2019.

BBC News

Floods hit southern Europe

Severe floods hit Spain, France and Italy.

Broadcast 25 November 2019.

BBC News

US Navy Secretary resigns

The United States Navy Secretary resigns over the handling of the case of a Navy Seal who had been accused of war crimes. Richard Spencer had been at odds with President Trump over how to deal with the case.

Broadcast Monday 25 November 2019.

BBC News

Thousands Stranded by Avalanches

Thousands were left stranded by avalanches across Italy and Austria. Some of them were cut off for days.

Broadcast 19 November 2019.

BBC News

Hong Kong University Barricade

Demonstrators in Hong Kong barricaded themselves inside the University overnight – leaving a trail of destruction.

Broadcast 19 November 2019.

BBC News

Venice underwater

Large parts of central Venice under water, after exceptionally high tides inundate the city. Three of the worst ten floods since records began in Venice, nearly a hundred years ago, happened within a week

Broadcast 18 November 2019.

BBC News

Bosnian Migrant Curfew

Authorities in Bosnia have imposed a twenty-four hour curfew on migrants in a town less than ten kilometres from the border with Croatia. That’s in response to protests by the residents of Bihac, who say they don’t feel safe in their own town.

Broadcast 16 November 2019.

BBC News

Indigenous victory over Rooibos tea

The indigenous KhoiSan people of South Africa secure a deal to be paid a regular income from the sale of a herbal tea which they used for centuries – before it became a commercial product.  Future sales of Rooibos tea, or what’s sometimes called ‘Red Bush’, will generate thousands of dollars a year for the people.

Broadcast Saturday 2 November 2019.

BBC News

Smoking Ban Introduced in Austria

A smoking ban comes in to force in Austria.

Broadcast 1 November 2019.

BBC News

Afghan Soap Factory

Afghanistan is the biggest producer of opium – and in 2019 the number of female addicts in the country had been rising. This project aims to help women recovering from drug addiction – and help them get clean.

Broadcast 1 November 2019.

BBC News

New York restaurants BAN foie gras

Restaurants in New York ban the selling of foie gras.

Broadcast 31 October 2019.

BBC News

Anti-government protests in Iraq – October 2019

Anti-government protests in Iraq.

Broadcast 31 October 2019.

BBC News

Anti-government Protests in Chile

Huge crowds of protestors gather in Chile, as part of continued anti-government demonstrations. Organisers say it’s the largest march ever held in the country.

Broadcast 26 October 2019.

BBC News

Anti-Government Protests in Lebanon

Anti-Government Protests in Lebanon.

Broadcast 24 October 2019.

BBC News

Berlin Rent Control

Germany takes action on rising housing costs in the capital, Berlin.

Broadcast 23 October 2019.

BBC News

Turkey agrees to ceasefire in Syria

Turkey agrees to a ceasefire in northern Syria.

Broadcast 18 October 2019.

BBC News

Brexit negotiations continue

British and EU negotiators continue to try to hammer out a Brexit deal.

Broadcast 17 October 2019.

BBC News

Wildfires take hold across Lebanon

BBC report in to wildfires taking hold across Lebanon, October 2019.

Broadcast 17 October 2019.

BBC News

Child Abuse Site Takedown

A website on the dark web holding thousands of images of child pornography has been taken down.

Broadcast 17 October 2019.

BBC News

Winners announced in 2019 Wildlife Photographer of the Year award

Winners announced in 2019 Wildlife Photographer of the Year award.

Broadcast 16 October 2019.

BBC Radio 5 Live

I spoke to 5live’s Anna Foster following the announcement that Cary Fukunaga would be the new director for the latest James Bond film.

Broadcast 20 September 2018.

BBC News World Service

When President Trump visited the UK in 2018, thousands took to the streets in protest. I reported from amongst the crowds for audiences across the US.

That included America’s national lunchtime news show, Here & Now.

BBC News World Service

For the 2018 Royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, I reported from Windsor for audiences around the world for the BBC World Service.

I was interviewed by radio stations in Nigeria, Kenya, Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong, Tanzania, New York, LA, and Arizona.

BBC News World Service

US President Donald Trump told the UN General Assembly in New York this week that America would destroy North Korea if forced to defend itself or its allies. He also mocked the North Koran leader, Kim Jong-Un, calling him “Rocket Man” in reference to his test-launching numerous missiles in recent times – saying, “Rocket Man is on a suicide mission”.

​Most of us would quickly remember Elton John’s song of the same name. But how does “Rocket Man” translate elsewhere?

​The BBC has more than forty language services, which need to translate English stories into languages for their audiences.

​Over to London and the BBC’s Rich Preston…

Broadcast 20th September 2018.

BBC News World Service

Right now, big military exercises are taking place on Russia’s western borders. They are sensitive because they are so close to some NATO countries, worried that Russian exercises could one day turn into real warfare.

​Back in Russia, the military is held in high esteem. That is fuelled by propaganda, one part of which is a TV channel you may never have heard of.

The BBC’s Rich Preston has been tuning in…

Broadcast 15th September 2017

BBC News World Service

I spoke to NPR’s Here & Now about renovations to Big Ben that will turn the bell silent for four years…

Broadcast 18th August 2017

BBC News World Service

I spoke to NPR’s national lunchtime news show with the latest on a van attack in Barcelona.

Broadcast 17th August 2017.

BBC News World Service

I was interviewed by The Forum on KQED (San Fransisco) from the scene of the Borough Market terror attack in London.

​Broadcast 5th June 2017.

BBC News World Service

My report on the Manchester Arena terror attack, as aired on WBEZ in Chicago.

​Broadcast 23rd May 2017.

BBC News World Service

A report on the global reaction to President Elect Trump, following the US Presidential Election.

Broadcast 9th November 2016.

BBC News World Service

A look at how the world’s media is reporting the US presidential race – through the eyes of BBC monitoring…

Broadcast 4th November 2016.

NPR

Anti-Brexit Rallies in Trafalgar Square. (Producer).

​PART 1 and PART 2.

​Broadcast 28 June 2016.

NPR

The Brexit Generation Divide. (Producer).

​Broadcast 25 June 2016.

NPR

East London Voices Praise Brexit Vote. (Producer).

​Broadcast 24 June 2016.

NPR

Brexit Day Arrives in Britain. (Producer).

​Broadcast 23rd June 2016.

NPR

Brexit has the Hallmarks of a Presidential Election. (Producer).

Broadcast 22nd June 2016.

NPR

From Wales to London: Views on Brexit. (Producer).

​Broadcast 22nd June 2016.

NPR

A Guide to the Brexit Vote. (Producer).

Published 8th June 2016.

NPR

Digging Up The Roots Of Modern Waste In Victorian-Era Rubbish. (Producer).

​Broadcast 1st June 2016.

NPR

As The Global Rich Buy Up London Homes, Britons Ask If The Money Is Legit. (Producer).

​Broadcast 30th May 2016.

NPR

1 Address, 2,000 Companies, And The Ease Of Doing Business In The U.K. (Producer).

​Broadcast 30th May 2016.

NPR

For Some U.K. Farmers, Business Looks Better Without ‘Brexit’. (Producer).

Broadcast 24th May 2016.

NPR

‘Britain’s Schindler’ Is Remembered By Those He Saved From The Nazis. (Producer).

​Broadcast 19th May 2016.

NPR

If Britain Leaves The EU, What Happens To The ‘Polish Plumber?’. (Producer).

​Broadcast 14th May 2016.

NPR

Backing ‘Brexit,’ A Salmon Smokehouse Says It’s Been Swimming Upstream. (Producer).

​Broadcast 3rd May 2016.

NPR

Pigeons Are London’s Newest Pollution Fighters. (Producer).

​Broadcast 17th March 2016.

NPR

Britons In Hastings Caught Up In Debate On Whether To Leave The E.U. (Producer).

Broadcast 11th March 2016.

NPR

In London, Builders Dig Deep To Offer More Room. (Producer).

​Broadcast 4th January 2016.

NPR

A Cheeky Welsh Town Goes ‘Offshore’ To Avoid British Taxes. (Producer).

​Broadcast 24th December 2015.

NPR

Big, Bold, Wild: We Re-Create Christmas Dinners Of Centuries Past. (Producer).

​Broadcast 23rd December 2015.

NPR

Meet The Matchmaker Of Clean Technology. (Producer).

Broadcast 10th December 2015.

NPR

French Bread Is Known Worldwide, Says Chief Baker At Climate Talks. (Producer).

Broadcast 8th December 2015.

NPR

Is A British Program Spotting Radicals Or Alienating Muslims? (Producer).

​Broadcast 28th November 2015.

NPR

As Britain’s Coal Industry Loses Its Glow, Miners Feel Betrayed. (Producer).

​Broadcast 26th November 2015.

NPR

Belgian Muslims Rally Against Terrorism. (Producer).

​PART 1 and PART 2.

​Broadcast 18th November 2015.

NPR

Bells Toll In Paris’ Notre Dame, As The City Mourns Its Dead. (Producer).

​Broadcast 15th November 2015.

NPR

Walking The Beat With An Unarmed Police Officer In Britain. (Producer).

​Broadcast 8th November 2015.

NPR

America’s Halloween Obsession Exported Back To U.K. (Producer).

​Broadcast 29th November 2015.

NPR

Muslim Community Wary Of U.K.’s New Strategy To Fight Extremism. (Producer).

Broadcast 22nd October 2015.

NPR

London’s Cabbies Say ‘The Knowledge’ Is Better Than Uber And A GPS. (Producer).

​Broadcast 21st October 2015.

NPR

U.K.’s Mounting, Controversial Video Surveillance. (Producer).

​Broadcast 18th October 2015.

NPR

Family Wakes London Neighborhood’s Diversity In A Funeral Home. (Producer).

​Broadcast 10th October 2015.

NPR

Raising The Tower Bridge: NPR’s Ari Shapiro Bids Farewell To London. (Producer).

​Broadcast 18th September 2015.

NPR

Migrant Crisis Adds To Tension Between UK And Rest Of Europe. (Producer).

​Broadcast 15th September 2015.

NPR

‘Serial Rebel’ Jeremy Corbyn Expected To Win Labour Party Leadership. (Producer).

​Broadcast 11th September 2015.

NPR

A Milestone For A Beloved Monarch. (Producer).

​Broadcast 9th September 2015.

NPR

‘The Wake’ Is An Unlikely Hit In An Imaginary Language. (Producer).

​Broadcast 27th August 2015.

NPR

In London, A Bomb In The Basement Stirs Memories Of The Blitz. (Producer).

​Broadcast 11th September 2015.

NPR

Welcome To ‘The Jungle,’ Where Thousands Of Migrants Have Pitched Their Tents. (Producer).

​Broadcast 7th August 2015.

NPR

London Residents Remember Subway Bombing 10 Years Ago.

​Broadcast 7th July 2015.

NPR

The Painful Memories Of Those Who Survived London’s 2005 Terror Attacks.

​Broadcast 7th July 2015.

NPR

In A One-Room Schoolhouse, Irish Family Keeps Legacy Of W.B. Yeats Alive.(Producer).

​Broadcast 12th June 2015.

NPR

In The Rolling Hills Of Galway, Spirit Of W.B. Yeats Lives On. (Producer).

​Broadcast 12 June 2015.

NPR

How Glasgow Shed Its Reputation As ‘The Murder Capital Of Western Europe’. (Producer).

​Broadcast 10th June 2015.

NPR

Cod Comeback: How The North Sea Fishery Bounced Back From The Brink. (Producer).

​Broadcast 28th May 2015.

NPR

Irish Voters Prepare To Decide On Same-Sex Marriage. (Producer).

​Broadcast 21st May 2015.

NPR

An English ‘Family Business,’ Dedicated To A 2,000-Year-Old Roman Fort. (Producer).

​Broadcast 19th May 2015.

NPR

Conservative, Catholic Ireland Votes On Same-Sex Marriage. (Producer).

​Broadcast 19th May 2015.

NPR

Conservative Victory Moves U.K. Closer To EU Exit. (Producer).

​Broadcast 8th May 2015.

NPR

U.K. Election: Conservatives Outperform Their Results 5 Years Ago. (Producer).

​Broadcast 8th May 2015.

NPR

Polls Close In Tight British Election, Show Lead For Conservative Party. (Producer).

​Broadcast 7th May 2015.

NPR

Britons Cast Ballots In Tightest Race In Decades. (Producer).

​Broadcast 7th May 2015.