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Sumit Bose spent twelve years at the BBC as journalist and presenter including hosting RTS award-winning BBC One prime-time current affairs programme Inside Out and as part of the reporting team.
His credits include BBC News 24, Radio 5 Live, World Service Radio, BBC World TV and Channel 5. He has narrated and presented several documentaries for both TV and radio. He has an approachable and credible style of presentation ideally suited to corporate events and media training. Sumit is lively, entertaining, articulate and professional.
Sumit began his career in journalism with local newspapers in Kent and Essex, having gained an NCTJ in Journalism from Cambridge University. Upon qualifying he worked for local papers in north London and Middlesex before beginning a varied freelance print career with a variety of national newspapers and magazines. From Republican terrorism to political scandals, crime, and science he excelled in original journalism across all disciplines with a track record for breaking exclusives. Among the publications he has written for are: The Independent, Times, Daily Express, Evening Standard, Daily Mail, New Scientist, GP and NME.
He joined the BBC in 1993 and soon became a well-known TV and radio presenter. His career has been spent mainly in news and current affairs. From local news reporting and presenting he joined News 24 when it launched. Sumit was the head of the BBC’s first journalist DV Camera unit in BBC Science. He spent two years breaking scientific stories including an exclusive 30 minute documentary.
He became one of the faces of BBC Breakfast news as a reporter between 1999 and 2001. Again Sumit broke several exclusive stories including an investigation into a hospital testing fiasco and an analysis of the Human Genome Project. He became launch presenter of a ground-breaking news service on BBC Three during which time he covered the 9/11 disaster.In 2002 Sumit was chosen to be the face of the new BBC One current affairs strand Inside Out. In 2004 he joined BBC Holiday as a regular travel reporter. His easy charm and persona have made him a popular choice for hosting corporate events, especially for financial and medical professional audiences.
Today Sumit Bose is editor of specialist news website Energy Live News.
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