Prior to his appointment, Stephen was the BBC's Chief Europe correspondent between 2002 and 2005, following a 4 year stint in Washington.
Stephen offers a world of experience in US and foreign affairs news coverage. From the fall of the Berlin Wall to the war ravaged sands of Kuwait, Sackur has covered major breaking stories for over a decade. His insight into the people and places that keep our world spinning is unparalleled. Some of his areas of expertise include:
In 1991 he wrote a book about the first Gulf War called 'On the Basra Road' in 1991 - it was a 'Spectator' book of the year.
"Stephen was fantastic and our audience really liked him." Stephen spoke about geo politics and took Q&A at the Foresight Energy Coal Symposium
Stephen Sackur presents BBC Hardtalk which is broadcast on BBC News 24 and BBC World News. He is a former foreign correspondent who had postings in Washington, Brussels and the Middle East, having started his career in Eastern Europe. Has an encyclopaedic knowledge of world events and what makes the world go around.
A member of the Newsnight presenting team since 2003. He has also anchored BBC News 24 since 1997 and reported for news and documentary programmes across Europe, Russia, China and North and South America.
Matt leads Channel 4's coverage of the Americas on everything from business and culture to US foreign policy and its view of the world. He was formerly anchor for BBC World News America bulletin and the BBC's Washington correspondent.
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 $50 a barrel or less and Al Quaeda would have been usurped by IS was unthinkable; now it's reality. As for Donald Trump in the White House…
Former MP and cabinet minister now a successful businessman, journalist and broadcaster. Popular speaker at corporate events with a lot of experience of doing business in the Middle East.