Chris Lowe has been a BBC journalist for over 30 years. He was a political correspondent at Westminster and reported frequently from Northern Ireland – particularly at the height of the Troubles.
He has reported for BBC Radio and Television from many parts of the world – from Ethiopia to Argentina – and has presented most of the BBC’s frontline news programmes.
These include Newsnight, the Six O’Clock News and Breakfast News on television and Today and PM on radio. In 2000, he left PM after 7 years to join the BBC’s 24 hour television news channel, BBC News 24. He presents four-hour shows on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings.
When not working for the BBC, he chairs sessions at conferences – particularly, though not exclusively, on housing and allied matters. He also trains executives and others for media appearances and gives workshops on presentation techniques.