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. He was a finalist for the 2000 ICIJ award for a report about money laundering and corruption in Pakistan, and again in 2004 for a report which exposed claims that condoms cause HIV. In a 1999 program, titled “Murder on Embassy Row” for BBC’s Radio 4 in England, Bradshaw investigated the role of Augusto Pinochet in a 1976 Washington, D.C., car bombing that claimed the life of Chilean exile Orlando Letelier. Michael Townley, a U.S. citizen, was found to be working for the Chilean government’s secret police and pled guilty to murder. He served a five-year sentence. Bradshaw relied on extensive interviews with the victim’s wife, Isabel Letelier, the prosecutor who handled Townley’s trial and declassified CIA documents to argue that Pinochet was involved in the assassination. Bradshaw was educated at Queens’ College Cambridge.