Caroline Henderson (journalist)
Born in Kirkcaldy, Fife, Henderson was educated at St Leonards School in St Andrews and won a Best Speaker award in a National Youth Parliament competition at the age of 14. She studied an HNC in Radio Broadcasting and travelled to Canada as part of a media core on a live fire training exercise with the former Black Watch regiment, before working as a freelance journalist for local radio stations Forth One and Radio Borders.
While studying a journalism degree at the University of Sunderland, Henderson joined the BBC in Newcastle in April 2008, working as a newsreader, reporter and producer for radio, online and television services in the North East and Cumbria. While at the BBC, she covered the Cumbria shootings and Northumbria Police's manhunt for Raoul Moat.
- BBC Tees: How to contact us, BBC News, 10 February 2009
- Cumbria shootings: PM meets injured and police officers, BBC News, 4 June 2010
- Here is the news from Edinburgh: STV unveils new presenting team, stv.tv, 17 March 2011