Rianna Croxford is a multi-award-winning Investigative Correspondent for BBC News and Current Affairs. She previously worked as the BBC’s Community Affairs Correspondent and has also reported for BBC Panorama.
Her original reports have been featured on national and international TV, radio and digital outlets and include allegations of ministerial bullying against the Home Secretary, concerns about moderation and underage use of the British website OnlyFans, the misuse of non-disclosure agreements, and sexual misconduct at universities.
In her four years at the BBC, Rianna has also worked as a producer in the news podcast unit and across national radio. Prior to this, she worked at the Financial Times while training as a journalist at the Press Association.
Alongside her work, Rianna has participated in debates and panels about online safety and diversity in the media. She graduated from Cambridge University with a degree in English Literature in 2017.
Shortlisted for Social Affairs journalism at the British Journalism Awards 2021
Shortlisted for Young Talent of the Year at the Royal Television Society Awards 2021
Winner of New Journalist of the Year at the British Journalism Awards 2020
Gold Winner in the News category at the MHPC Awards 2020
Winner of the Radio Academy “30 under 30” Award 2019
Winner of the NCTJ News Journalist of the Year 2019
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BBC News correspondent Rianna Croxford talks about breaking into the journalism industry, finding original news stories and being nominated for a Young Talent of the Year Award at the RTS Television Journalism Awards.