Multi Award Winning Journalist
Golden Nymph Journalism Award- Monte Carlo- 2003
Screen Nations Journalism Award- 2003, 2004.
MVSA Journalism Award -2011,2017.
Royal Television Society, Best Foreign Coverage-Yemen-2018.
Peabody Award- Bangladesh Rohinjya crisis -2018
National Mentoring Consortium Award -2017.
Clive Myrie is a multi award winning journalist, one of the BBC’s most experienced foreign correspondents and a recognised face as a BBC News presenter.
Born in Bolton, Lancashire he studied law at the University of Sussex.
Clive has served as the BBC’s Asia, Africa, Washington and Europe Correspondent. He has a particular interest in US politics, having covered the administrations of three Presidents (Clinton, Bush and Obama,) and reported on numerous Congressional mid term elections, as well as seven Presidential races, including the election of Donald Trump.
As well as presenting the One, Six and Ten 0’Clock News bulletins on BBC One, and hosting news shows on the BBC News Channel, Clive continues to travel the world as a reporter, and makes features and programmes for Panorama, Newsnight and Radio 4.