Michael Bilton, Britain, has spent 30 years working as a British investigative journalist, working for the London Sunday Times and Yorkshire Television - which was one of the UK's most prestigious documentary film making companies.Read complete profile »
Steve Bradshaw, Britain, a television documentarian at the BBC with over 40 years' experience in broadcast journalism, has conducted investigative reports on Africa, North and South America, Europe and the Middle East. In 1999, Bradshaw won the ICIJ Award for Outstanding International Investigative Reporting, along with BBC colleague Mike Robinson, for When Good Men Do Nothing, a documentary that highlighted the knowing inaction of Western powers during the 1994 Rwandan genocide.Read complete profile »
- Duncan Campbell, Britain, is a founder member of ICIJ and played a pivotal role in a series of international investigations revealing that the world’s largest tobacco companies were involved with organised crime in the large scale smuggling of their own products. He is currently working as ICIJ's Data Journalism Manager on the offshore leaks investigation. Read complete profile »
Phillip Knightley, Britain, was a member of The Sunday Times' Insight team in its heyday, and it was there that he first uncovered the Kim Philby spy scandal. He later discovered that the newspaper’s executives had informed British intelligence about the activities of their journalists.Read complete profile »
David Leigh, Britain, is the investigations editor for The Guardian newspaper of London and a former producer for World in Action, an investigative program on Britain's Granada TV.Read complete profile »
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