Steve Bradshaw, United Kingdom, is a freelance television and radio documentarian.

Bradshaw has worked mostly at the BBC with more than 40 years' experience in broadcast journalism. He has conducted investigative reports on Africa, North and South America, Europe and the Middle East. For two decades, he was a correspondent on BBC TV's flagship Panorama program.

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 and his colleagues were also twice shortlisted for the award.

His other awards include an International Emmy for Investigative Journalism, Amnesty International Media, duPont Columbia Journalism, One World International Documentary, Peabody and the various awards won by the three ICIJ projects - on the global fishing and asbestos trades - which Bradshaw worked on as a TV reporter and producer.