Writer, presenter and journalist Martin was BBC foreign correspondent in Moscow, Washington, Brussels and Warsaw. He covered the end of the Cold War, the Solidarity uprisings in Poland and the election of President Clinton. He was Director of Communications for Tony Blair's government and has worked extensively in the former Soviet Union.
Senior Presenter and Correspondent for BBC World News TV and BBC World Service radio who is often deployed to anchor special news coverage from the field and interview world leaders. The Middle East is her speciality, having given a number of speeches in recent times on the Arab Spring, the rise of IS/Daesh and its aftermath.
Known to millions around the world through his distinguished career as a main anchor on BBC World News. He has just published a critically acclaimed study called Thinking the Unthinkable, which is all about how companies and organisations need to prepare for unexpected events in an increasingly volatile world - 3 years ago, the idea Russia would have annexed Crimea, Britain would leave the EU, oil would be $25 a barrel and Al Quaeda would have been usurped by IS was unthinkable; now it's reality. As for Donald Trump in the White House…
Former Sky News presenter, Andrew covered almost every major conflict around the world, from Kuwait to Bosnia, and from Haiti to Chechnya.