British isles television journalist known for presenting in BBC Current information at 6, BBC World Current information, and BBC Current information at 10. Since 2010 he continues to be the web host and presenter on GMT. He spent his youth in Ghana and transferred to Britain to comprehensive his supplementary education at Durham School. He proved helpful at South Newspaper and became the Developing Globe correspondent on the BBC. Being a international correspondent, he protected events just like the Rwandan Genocide as well as the civil wars in Somalia and Sierra Leone. He wedded Frances Robathan in 1984 plus they had two kids. Among his many interviews was one with Leader Nelson Mandela of South Africa.