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Clive

Myrie

Clive Myrie is one of the main presenters for BBC News on BBC One. He has anchored on location several recent key stories, including the Sri Lanka and New Zealand terror attacks, Donald Trump’s state visit to London, the resignation of Prime Minister Theresa May, and Boris Johnson's first day as PM at Downing Street after the election. He also recently covered the horrific wildfires in Australia.

His work in 2018 covering Mexico’s drug cartels received universal acclaim and was nominated for no less than eight international awards.

Clive's recent work on knife crime in the UK for the BBC's News at Ten also garnered much praise.

 

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He is the winner of the broadcast equivalent of the Pulitzer prize- the Peabody Award in America, and holds two Honorary degrees. He regularly gives interviews and lectures on a range of topics from finance to music to sport to politics, including at several universities, most recently at Oxford University.

He was also a prominent member of the BBC’s reporting/presenting team for the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq.

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Testimonials

Many, many, many thanks for your superlative contribution to The Carbon Journey. Once again, you gave the brief great thought and came up with a witty, insightful and measured presentation

- Nick Birch, Producer “The Carbon Journey” for Aston University

Clive was fantastic - did a great job of keeping our speakers in check!

- Jonathan Stewart on behalf of PharmaTimes as Host to Clinical Researcher of the Year

“Thank you for your excellent contribution to ILAG's recent very successful Annual Dinner.  Feedback on the evening and subsequently was very complimentary - with particular and frequent reference to the perfectly pitched speech and was a really lovely chap – stayed beyond the expected time just chatting and laughing – had lots of compliments about his speech”

- Investment & Life Assurance Group, Annual Dinner