Sussex Graduate Clive Myrie reflects on why arts and humanities matter in broadcasting.
The distinguished BBC journalist Clive Myrie reflects on his career (which began when he was a student at Sussex) and his current projects, including his new role as presenter of Mastermind. He discusses the value of a media arts and humanities’ education in discussion with Ivor Gaber, Professor of Journalism in the School of Media, Arts & Humanities.
The clips used in the live stream have been removed for copyright reasons, but are available at the following links:
Clip 1: Clive Myrie’s first network TV foreign news report, covering the Liberian Civil war (1995)
Clip 2: Preview on the eve of the inauguration of Barack Obama (2009)
Clip 3: Part of series on 2020 US election, Covid and the Navajo Nation
Clip 4. First of a series of special reports on the 2nd wave of the coronavirus pandemic (2021)