James Waterhouse

About James Waterhouse

James Waterhouse is the Ukraine Correspondent for BBC News, bringing audiences a range of stories from across the country on radio, TV and online. He was appointed to the role in June 2022, after his acclaimed reporting as Kyiv Correspondent during the outbreak of the war, and is a regular presenter on the BBC’s Ukrainecast podcast. His calm, clear and compelling reporting style connected with millions as he found himself on the frontline when Russia launched its full-scale invasion in early 2022. James’ journalism career has seen him cover poaching in Malawi, the refugee crisis on the Syrian border, NATO exercises in the Arctic Circle as well as the Grenfell Tower disaster and three general elections. He cut his teeth...
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