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Jane Corbin
Jane Corbin reporting from Afghanistan
Jane Corbin started in television as a reporter for Thames, Granada and ITN.

As a correspondent on Channel 4 News she covered events in India, Africa, the Far East, Europe and the US reporting, among other stories, on the 1984 US elections, the Gandhi assassination, famine in Africa, riots in Korea and the Angolan civil war.


She joined the BBC at the beginning of 1988 as a reporter on Panorama. She was the first UK reporter to film widely in Cambodia for the 1988 film In The Shadow Of The Killing Fields, and since then has made Panorama programmes on the Piper Alpha disaster, Nazi-hunters, Iraq's secret nuclear programme and on the historic Palestinian-Israeli peace deal.

In Panorama: War Crime, Jane investigated the Srebrenica massacres in Bosnia and presented an inside account of David Owen's period as chief Balkan negotiator. She also completed three programmes on the war in Kosovo including the first in depth investigation of atrocities in the villages of western Kosovo.


She has also presented The Money Programme and has made programmes about the Commonwealth and the Ministry of Defence for the BBC's Political Documentaries Unit.

Jane has also presented and reported editions of BBC2's Correspondent including an investigation of corruption in Pakistan under Benazir Bhutto's government, and a special programme from the Balkans.

Jane Corbin has won a Royal Television Society journalism award four times - in 1985, 1986, 1988 and 1994. Jane has won other television awards and been nominated several times for an EMMY for best investigative international journalism.

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