Max Easterman
Veteran BBC correspondent Max Easterman has reported for Common Ground and National Public Radio from Europe, Africa, and the United Kingdom and is a senior lecturer in radio journalism at the University of Huddersfield.

Easterman began his career with BBC Radio Blackburn, a local radio station, in 1970. There he worked as a reporter, producer, and presenter on a wide range of programs, including news, music, talk, documentary, and features.

He continued his work on the BBC staff for more than two decades, including stints producing "File on 4," a major weekly documentary series on Radio 4, and reporting for "Brass Tacks," a weekly investigative television program on BBC2. He continues as a freelance broadcaster and radio trainer for BBC.

Easterman has won two Sony awards in the "best current affairs documentary" category and in 1994 was named a finalist for an Amnesty International radio award for reporting on genocide at the former nuclear test site in Kazakhstan.

He has a degree from St. Catharine's College at Cambridge and a post-graduate certificate from the University of Mons, Belgium.

Easterman lives in West London with his wife Rosie Goldsmith, presenter and producer for "Crossing Continents," BBC Radio 4's weekly foreign affairs program. He has two children from a previous marriage.

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