Morgan, who died on Wednesday this week in London from cancer at
the age of 63, was a BBC World Service economics correspondent for
more than 20 years.
began working as an economics correspondent at Bush House in 1974
after working first at the Centre for Economic Policy Research.
He retired as economics correspondent from BBC World Service in
World Service he was briefly Central Europe correspondent (1984/1985)
and diplomatic correspondent (1992/1993) but for the vast part of
his career as a broadcast journalist, James Morgan used his expertise
to cover economic issues.
a distinguished career at BBC World Service spanning two decades
he reported from major economic conferences and financial trouble
spots around the world.
at BBC World Service remember him as a wise, incisive man with a
wry sense of humour and as a valued, trusted colleague.