Julian Rush brings a wealth of experience to media training from his long broadcasting career in both TV and radio news and current affairs, for both the BBC and the commercial sector. He has worked as an editor, producer, presenter and correspondent, for Channel 4 News, the BBC Nine o'clock News, BBC Breakfast News, LBC Radio and BBC local radio.
Until February 2011, Julian spent fifteen years as the Science & Environment Correspondent for Channel 4 News, where he earned his reputation for the flair and enthusiasm in the way he is able to deliver accessible explanation, investigation and analysis of a wide range of complex issues.
Julian has reported from the Arctic to the Amazon on a wide range of stories, from climate change and low carbon energy, through engineering, technology, medicine and more.At Channel 4 News, Julian won the prestigious RTS Home News Awards in two consecutive years for his investigative reporting of the causes of the Paddington and Hatfield rail crashes. In 2004 he was short-listed again for an RTS award, this time for his exclusive report that exposed the government's "dodgy dossier" on Iraq, plagiarised from a PhD student's thesis.
"Very useful to have 'real' journalists running the course. A definite bonus and it made the course very credible.”