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Wednesday 15 September 2004

Nick Ross presents a series on issues of public concern.

When is a health scare not a health scare?

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Is a Free Press a Bad Press? Nick Ross hears the case for reform

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Nick Ross

Nick Ross is one of Britain's best-known factual broadcasters.

He has fronted Crimewatch since its inception in 1984 and has presented a wide sweep of the BBC's journalism in news, including rolling news, current affairs, politics, law, crime and consumer issues.

His credits include several eponymous programmes including Nick Ross, a highly praised series of talk shows (1999), Westminster with Nick Ross (live television coverage of parliament, 1994-1997) for which he was a member of the Downing Street lobby, and in 1997 he was named 'Broadcaster of the Year' for his long-running Radio 4 programme Call Nick Ross (1986-1997). In 1999 he won a best documentary prize for a controversial and autobiographical TV history of the troubles in Northern Ireland, We Shall Overcome.

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