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Reporters Tuesday, 30 January, 2001, 17:26 GMT
Sarah Barclay
SARAH BARCLAY


Sarah Barclay

Sarah Barclay joined Panorama in 1994. Before that she was a reporter for the BBC2 social affairs programme, Public Eye and from 1989-1993 was Health Correspondent for BBC Television News.

She was educated at Holland Park Comprehensive school in London and Warwick University. After leaving Warwick she completed a postgraduate diploma in periodical journalism at City University and worked as a business journalist for The London Daily News and The Independent.

She has recently returned to Panorama after a two year break to complete an MA in medical ethics and law at King's College London. Sarah specialises mainly in health and social affairs stories.

Major Investigations

The Story of Child B - 1995 - the story of ten-year-old Jaymee Bowen, whose battle against leukaemia and her father's attempt to get the NHS to pay for experimental treatment made national headlines. The programme won a Royal Television Society Special Commendation in 1996.

A Life In Limbo - 1996 - the story of Thomas Creedon, a severely disabled two-year-old boy whose parents believed he should be allowed to die.

Broken Hearts - 1998 - an investigation into the Bristol Heart Surgeons.

Carry On Doctor Neale -1999 - an investigation into gynaecologist Richard Neale who was subsequently struck off the medical register following a General Medical Council hearing.

Sarah has written 'Jaymee: The Story of Child B' which was published by Viking in 1996. She is married with two children and lives in London.

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