Nikki Fox – born 3 March 1980 – is a news reporter for the BBC.
She is a Sony Award-winning journalist who presents for television and network radio.
Fox appeared on various TV and Radio shows including Watchdog, The One Show, How to Look Good Naked, and Rip-Off Britain.
She is one of the first female disabled TV presenters in the world and has been voted one of the most influential disabled people in the UK.
Fox was born with muscular dystrophy and has used a wheelchair for the majority of her adult life.
Hannah Miller is a political correspondent for BBC News. She was previously political correspondent for ITV’s Granada Reports and North of England, covering politics in the North West of England.
Rebecca Curran is a presenter and correspondent at the BBC. She began her career at Northsound Radio in Aberdeen then worked for three years at STV before joining the BBC’s Aberdeen newsroom as a senior broadcast journalist in December 2016....
Colin Paterson – born 1974 – is Arts and Entertainment correspondent for the BBC. He began his career as a reporter for The Big Breakfast, and in 2001 he started writing a music column for The Guardian. He became a...