Maxine Mawhinney

Maxine Mawhinney

News Anchor & Journalist - BBC

Maxine Mawhinney is an award winning international journalist and broadcaster with a global career spanning more than 35 years.

She is one of the main BBC news anchors presenting BBC News at One, the BBC News Channel and Dateline London. She also works for radio.

From Belfast in Northern Ireland, she was originally a newspaper reporter before moving into broadcasting. She has worked for BBC, ITN, Reuters, GMTV and Sky News.

Maxine has been based in Ireland, London, Tokyo, Frankfurt and Washington DC.

Among many highlights of her career are the reporting of the Clinton presidency and single-handedly broadcasting across the globe on BBC World TV throughout the night of the death of Princess Diana.

Maxine is a much sought after conference host, speaker and moderator and corporate communications trainer. She also speaks regularly as a media expert and an educator.

Maxine is heavily involved in the mentoring and training of the next generation of journalists as is one of the lead trainers for the BBC College of Journalism and the BBC Academy.

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