James Reynolds – born 20 May 1974 – is the Rome Correspondent for BBC News.
James joined the BBC in 1997 on a News trainee scheme. Since then, he has also been the BBC’s South America Correspondent where he covered such stories as the arrest of General Pinochet in Chile, the fall of Alberto Fujimori in Peru, and the guerrilla war in Colombia.
In 2002, he won the Royal Television Society’s Young Journalist of the Year award.
Ione Wells is a political correspondent for BBC News. She specialises in UK politics and policy, and was formerly the Westminster Correspondent for BBC Wales, based in London. Ione has experience as a multimedia, self-shooting reporter, presenter and producer for… Read more
Amol Rajan – born 4 July 1983 – is the BBC’s Media Editor. He is a presenter of the Today programme on BBC Radio 4. Rajan was editor of The Independent newspaper from June 2013. When The Independent announced it… Read more
Nomia Iqbal is a British journalist and broadcaster from Manchester. She is currently based in D.C, Washington reporting on USA matters. Nomia first joined the BBC in December 2008, and was named BBC Washington correspondent in August 2020.