Mike Wooldridge (broadcaster)


Mike Wooldridge (broadcaster)

Mike Wooldridge OBE is a world affairs correspondent for the BBC News.[1] Mike spent his youth at Bournemouth School before joining BBC News in April 1970 as a sub-editor. He became a news reporter in 1978 and in 1982 he became the East Africa correspondent. In 1989 he moved to Johannesburg to become the BBC's South Africa correspondent. Less than two years later in 1990 he became Religious Affairs correspondent, reporting on the influence of religion in modern societies, focusing on conflict arising from religion.. In 1996 he moved to Delhi to become the South Asia correspondent. Most recently in 2001 Mike became a world affairs correspondent for the BBC News, which as of 2009 is his current position.

During his time at the BBC Mike has covered many historic events, including:

In the Queen's 2002 Birthday Honours he received an OBE for "services to broadcasting in developing countries".

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