TV AND AUDIO
Rianna's original reports have featured on national and international TV, radio and digital outlets including BBC Panorama, BBC News at Six/Ten, BBC Breakfast and BBC Radio 4's Today.
The children selling explicit videos on OnlyFans - BBC News
The subscription site OnlyFans is failing to prevent underage users from selling and appearing in explicit videos, a BBC investigation has found. Under-18s have used fake identification to set up accounts, and police say a 14-year-old used a grandmother's passport. The UK's most senior police officer for child protection also says children are being "exploited" on the platform. OnlyFans says its age verification systems go over and above regulatory requirements. The platform has more than a million "creators" who share video clips, photos and messages directly with subscribers for a monthly fee, while OnlyFans takes a 20% share of all payments. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog #OnlyFans #BBCNews
Covid-19: Temporary coronavirus housing 'utterly shameful'
Conditions inside some housing lived in by people vulnerable to coronavirus are "utterly shameful," according to former government adviser, Dame Louise Casey. A BBC News investigation found people shielding in homes with frequent leaks, widespread damp and even rodents living in a kitchen ceiling. The government says reducing the number of households in temporary accommodation is a priority. First broadcast: 18 February 2021
Private baby scan studios ‘a growing concern’ - BBC News
A BBC News investigation has uncovered failures in the diagnosis of serious medical issues during private baby scans. More than 200 studios across the UK now sell ultrasound scans, with hundreds of thousands being carried out each year. But the BBC has uncovered evidence of women not being told about serious conditions and abnormalities. The Care Quality Commission says there is good quality care in the industry but it has a "growing concern". Presented by Rianna Croxford Produced and Directed by Noel Titheradge Filmed and Edited by Adam Walker Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog
BBC News: Priti Patel staff member received £25k payout over bullying allegations
A former aide to Priti Patel received a £25,000 payout from the government after claiming she was bullied by the then employment minister. Legal correspondence seen by the BBC says the woman took an overdose after the alleged incident in 2015. The DWP did not admit liability and Ms Patel strongly denies the allegations. My exclusive report for BBC News at Ten.
Coronavirus: BAME safety plan not published
BBC News has learned a report containing measures to protect ethnic minority groups from coronavirus has been drawn up for government. Public Health England published a review at the start of June confirming the disease kills people from ethnic minority communities at disproportionately high rates and was criticised for failing to make any recommendations. But a senior academic told BBC News a second report, containing safeguarding proposals to tackle this, also existed. After being approached by the BBC, PHE said this second report would be published the following week. First broadcast 11 June 2020.
BBC News: George Floyd Protests - 'We have a pandemic of black people dying every day'
Two young organisers of anti-racism protests in the UK have told BBC that theirs is the generation to bring about real change. Since the killing of George Floyd in the US the hashtag #blacklivesmatter has been used 40 million times on social media. Stephanie Lightfoot-Bennett, who's twin brother Leon Patterson died in police custody in 1992, said that while she is still fighting for justice, young people gave her hope. First broadcast: June 7 2020
Coronavirus: "excess deaths" among ethnic minorities to be investigated - BBC News
Public Health England is to begin recording coronavirus cases and deaths by ethnicity. It comes after research suggests people from black, Asian and other minority ethnic backgrounds are at greater risk of becoming seriously ill with Covid-19. Meanwhile Russia is seeing a surge in coronavirus cases, with President Putin issuing a new warning that it poses a high risk to his country. Kate Silverton presents BBC News reports from Community Affairs Correspondent Rianna Croxford and Moscow Correspondent Steve Rosenberg. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog
BBC News Live: Downing Street announces review into why ethnic minorities worst hit by coronavirus
Downing Street has confirmed it will investigate why people from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds are being disproportionately affected by coronavirus. The government previously told the BBC there was emerging evidence to support this. The Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, said he was deeply worried by the trend. Labour said this investigation must be "robust" and has called on the government to monitor coronavirus cases by ethnicity. Reporting live with analysis alongside presenter Clive Myrie.
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