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Kate Adie
Kate Adie was the BBC's chief news correspondent until December 2002, blazing a trail for women in journalism as Britain's leading female war reporter.

Martin Bell
Martin Bell was a distinguished foreign affairs correspondent for the BBC. He left to become one of the country's most independent-minded MPs.

Jennie Bond
As the BBC's royal correspondent, Jennie Bond has accompanied the Queen and her family during some of the most turbulent times in the history of the monarchy.

Jeremy Bowen
Jeremy Bowen, former Middle East correspondent, is among the BBC's most seasoned war correspondents, although he's spent the last two years as a presenter.

Michael Buerk
Michael Buerk is perhaps best known for the powerful reports he sent from the famine in Ethiopia in 1984. Since then he has turned to presenting on television and radio.

Brian Hanrahan
Brian Hanrahan is one of the most respected foreign correspondents in BBC News. He is best remembered as the BBC's reporter on the front line in the Falklands War.

John Humphrys
Millions of people wake up to the voice of John Humphrys, a key presenter of BBC Radio 4's Today programme. He is known as the interviewer most politicians fear to face.

John Simpson
The BBC's World Affairs Editor, John Simpson, has a reputation for pulling off major scoops. He was in Baghdad for the Gulf War and in Kabul when the Taleban fell.

Charles Wheeler
One of the most highly-respected journalists in the world, veteran foreign correspondent Charles Wheeler also has a reputation for speaking his mind.


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