Reporters (TV programme)
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|Created by||BBC World News|
|Presented by||Philippa Thomas|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Production location(s)||Broadcasting House, London|
|Running time||26 minutes|
|Original network||BBC World News / BBC News Channel (former)|
|Picture format||HDTV 1080i|
|Original release||1997 – present|
|Related shows||UK Reporters|
The programme features a presenter linking a number of BBC news reports from the past week or highlighting a topic or a series of reports and in some cases conducting interviews with correspondents present at the time the events took place. It was also shown on the BBC News Channel in the UK, but since mid-2017, this is no longer broadcast.
Normally, the Thursday presenter of World News Today presents the show. Its sister show is UK Reporters which shows viewers internationally the best reports from across the United Kingdom.
|2011–present||Philippa Thomas||Main Presenter|
|2010–present||Kasia Madera||Regular Relief presenter|
Lyse Doucet presented a special edition in December 2013 marking three years since the start of the Arab uprisings and reports assessing the impact of the protests across the region. Another edition was presented by Komla Dumor looking back at the life of Nelson Mandela. In late December a two part episode airs looking back at the best reports from the last twelve months episode split January - June and July - December. Clive Myrie presented an edition in April 2015 looking at Europes Migration crisis.
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