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Award-Winning Journalist and Broadcaster
I have always loved broadcasting. I feel extremely lucky to have worked for more than a quarter of a century in this ever-changing industry.
Based in Liverpool, I am the Merseyside Correspondent for ITV News Granada Reports.
I research, write, present, edit and often film the reports you see on your screens every evening.
The news story of how the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic unfolded - ITV Granada Reports (2020)
A time like no other. This is a compilation of how the coronavirus pandemic unfolded in the north west of England. From the first quarantine set up at Arrowe Park Hospital, Wirral for British nationals repatriated from Wuhan, to the UK locking down and people trying to cope with their new reality, my reports helped tell the story of the first few months of the crisis.
Exploring the River Mersey's Kingsway Tunnel on its 50th birthday (2021) - All Around Britain, ITV
Marking half a century of the second road tunnel under the River Mersey between Liverpool and Wirral, I was invited to have a look at the operation to keep traffic moving. Camera & drone: Mike Ledward.
A day in the life of a Burnley bus driver coping with life in lockdown (2021) - ITV Granada Reports
This is from a series of video diaries I produced with people who had to continue working through the Covid-19 lockdown. Papa Osaghae was a bus driver in Burnley who fought through the weather and all the challenges of the pandemic to keep his service running.
Meet the man who creates some of the scariest faces seen on screen (2019) - ITV Granada Reports
From a small workshop in Birkenhead, Wirral, Davy Jones has been making props and prosthetics for some of he biggest names in the film and television industry. From Doctor Who to Band of Brothers and Pirates of the Caribean, his career spans four decades. But are computer graphics now threatening his livelihood?
Twin boys Billy and Harry had to learn a new language to communicate (2019) - ITV Granada Reports
A lovely story, shot beautifully by Jim Cook, about two twins from Warrington who were unable to communicate properly because one of them is deaf. Now their mum's learned British Sign Language and the whole family are starting to understand each other properly for the first time.
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