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I thought I knew the South East pretty well - I've been reporting for South East Today since it started in 2001- but in the short time I've spent with the Inside Out team I've learnt even more!
It has given me the perfect opportunity to explore some of my favourite subjects.
I've discovered Shakespeare in Faversham and why the Romans loved Sussex so much.
And I'm looking forward to getting my teeth into some of the key issues affecting us all today.
I grew up in West Sussex and studied Psychology and Philosophy at Oxford but decided early on that I needed to find a job with variety and excitement - broadcasting seemed perfect.
After a postgraduate course in journalism I was taken on by the BBC as a local radio reporter based initially in Crawley then in Brighton.
I started reporting for Sussex in 1996 and from there I crossed into TV and joined the South East Today team.
I've spent the past decade reporting on every kind of news event in Kent and Sussex - from murder trials to general elections - with many light hearted moments in between.
These days I spend half my time in the studio reading the news and since 2010 I've presented the Politics Show.
I live in East Sussex with my family which includes a dog who doesn't realise how lucky he is to be walked in some of the country's most beautiful scenery.
Glen Campbell is the investigative correspondent for the popular BBC One current affairs series Inside Out covering the South East of England.
A former ITV crime and investigative reporter, before joining the BBC Glenn was a regular face on 'The London Programme', 'London Tonight' and 'Real Crime' and has been a contributor for BBC Radio, Talk Sport and LBC as well as The Daily Mirror and The Guardian.
In 2001 Glen became the first British journalist to experience the full force of the Taser stun-gun whilst filming a documentary in LA with the US Police. Now deployed in the UK and used by dozens of police forces across the British Isles, he still contributes to the on-going debate about the stun-gun as an acceptable police enforcement weapon.
During his six years working for BBC current affairs Glen has investigated cross channel people smuggling, the disappearance of Lord Lucan, the problem of asbestos in our schools and the fake ferry conman who duped politicians and business people on both sides of the English Channel as well as an entire local community in Dover.
In 2009 Glen Campbell collected the Royal Television Society's 'TV Journalist of the Year' Award for the south of England. Two months later he won 'Best Documentary' at the CIRCOM European TV Awards for his programme investigating an international banking fraud.
If you have a story or would like to discuss a subject you think would make a good item for BBC Inside Out in the South East, you can safely send an e mail direct to Glen at firstname.lastname@example.org