Ben Brown works at the BBC. Ben was a news presenter for the BBC News, he currently presents on BBC News at One, BBC weekend and the News channel.
Early life and Education
Ben Brown was born on 26th May 1960 in Kent, England. His father Anthony Brown was ITN as a newscaster. Brown studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Keble college, Oxford on a scholarship. He also pursued a diploma programme at the Cardiff school of Journalism, media and cultural studies.
Ben Brown’s career
He worked in Glasgow as a reporter oat a local radio station. Brown joined the Independent radio news in 1986. Brown left the independent radio that same year to join the BBC, at the BBC he was a foreign correspondent until 1991. Ben reported on the fall of the Berlin wall and the Gulf war from the middle east.
Brown’s coverage on the civil war in Chechnya won him several international prizes. The BBC reassigned his to hos position as a foreign correspondent in January 1995 and was based in London. He currently works on the BBC news channel as a relief presenter.
Personal Life and Awards
Ben Brown is married with 3 children. In 1994 he won the Bayeux War correspondent of the year also that same year he won the Golden Nymph Award that same year. In 2001he won the Bayeux Awrds a send time based in his coverage on the Intifada in Israel.