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Julian Fowler

Julian began his BBC career in local radio in York and Leeds in 1996. He was sent to Belfast in 1998 for two weeks to write ceefax pages and has never looked back.

Julian Fowler

Julian Fowler

Julian became BBC Newsline's reporter in the West in 2005. Based in our studio in the INTEC Centre in Enniskillen, he reports on what's happening in Fermanagh and parts of Tyrone.

Julian has travelled extensively. He reported from Rwanda on the 10th anniversary of the genocide and from Sri Lanka on the work of a local medical team helping in the aftermath of the tsunami. To relax, Julian enjoys scuba diving - but prefers the Indian Ocean to the Atlantic. He is trying to find time to improve his golf on the fantastic lakeland courses, and after his first attempt at waterskiing live on BBC Newsline you might spot him out on Lough Erne getting ready for the next Waterski World Cup in Enniskillen. 

last updated: 04/03/2008 at 19:50
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