Jeremy Thompson is one of the UK’s most experienced and acclaimed TV
newsmen. He started as a journalist in newspapers and went on to spend
over 40 years in network TV news with the BBC, ITN and Sky News,
reporting from every corner of the world. He ran bureaux in Asia, Africa and
America, covering many of the most important news stories of our times,
including Tiananmen Square, the election of Nelson Mandela, 9/11, two Gulf
Wars, the Balkan conflict, the Genocide in Rwanda, the War on Terror and the
Indian Ocean Tsunami. He became Sky’s early evening news anchor and
pioneered presenting from the frontline, winning many accolades, including
three Emmys, three BAFTAs and the Royal Television Society’s Presenter of
the Year Award.
Jeremy has recently retired from full-time TV news presenting, signing
off his illustrious career with coverage of his sixth and most unusual US
presidential campaign - the election of Donald Trump.
His very successful autobiography ‘Breaking News’ is about to be published