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Priscilla Ng’ethe is a young and vibrant broadcast journalist and the co-founder of Global African Business Awards. She has worked across radio and TV focusing on a global audience. Her first TV documentary ‘Celebrating Life at 117’ was aired by BBC World earlier this year. She is passionate about empowering women and youth in Africa.
• Produce for BBC Focus on Africa (TV) • Produce, plan and research for BBC Radio Current Affairs, BBC Business and BBC World Service programmes • Programmes include The Why Factor, Money Box, The Food Chain, BBC OS and The Reith Lectures. • Pitch story ideas • Source and book interviews • Utilise Social media to connect with audiences • Record, script and edit radio packages • Assist with Live radio Shows
Writer and Presenter of TV and radio documentary titled Celebrating life at 117 that broadcasted on BBC World News and World Service radio, as part of the BBC Life Season. The documentary takes an exclusive look at the life of one of the oldest people in the world. The documentary also covers the history of Kenya during the Mau Mau uprising and its independence.
• Produced, presented and edited a conversational TV package that investigated what the people of Nairobi thought of corruption in Kenya and how to eradicate it. • Researched for daily business and political news. • Assisted the advertising and marketing team by attending events and meetings. • Recorded voiceovers for advertisements.
NCTJ, BCTJ and PTC accredited.