Clive Myrie – A Life in Journalism

Sussex Graduate Clive Myrie reflects on why arts and humanities matter in broadcasting.

The distinguished BBC journalist Clive Myrie reflects on his career (which began when he was a student at Sussex)  and his current projects, including his new role as presenter of Mastermind. He discusses the value of a media arts and humanities’ education in discussion with Ivor Gaber, Professor of Journalism in the School of Media, Arts & Humanities.

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The clips used in the live stream have been removed for copyright reasons, but are available at the following links:

Clip 1: Clive Myrie’s first network TV foreign news report, covering the Liberian Civil war (1995)
https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02h…

Clip 2: Preview on the eve of the inauguration of Barack Obama (2009)
https://youtu.be/WlXRzGQFHII

Clip 3: Part of series on 2020 US election, Covid and the Navajo Nation
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/world-u…

Clip 4. First of a series of special reports on the 2nd wave of the coronavirus pandemic (2021)
https://youtu.be/HOg_yZehUhU

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