Tim Willcox is currently one of the most widely watched presenters on BBC News.
Anchoring in the studio and on location, Willcox presents on BBC1, BBC World, BBC News Channel and BBC 4 along with BBC radio outlets, and has covered most of the big breaking news stories of the past 20 years.
Recent work has included leading the BBC on the ground coverage of the bailout in Athens, the Alps plane crash, the crisis in Ukraine, the super typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, the Chilean Miners (where he spent a month in the Atacama Desert), the Japanese Tsunami, Iraq and the Euro crisis.
In the studio and in the field he is used to interviewing Prime Ministers and Presidents, leading international politicians and opinion formers.
As a former ITN correspondent and presenter Willcox reported widely from the Middle East, Africa (including the Rwanda genocide), and New York and Washington, including covering 9/11. He was also ITV’s Arts and Media correspondent.
Willcox has also made and presented documentaries for ITV, Channel 4 and Five. He is also involved in a number of film projects in Los Angeles, and has appeared in cameo roles in several Hollywood productions.
Willcox also writes for the British national press – Times, Sunday Times, Financial Times, Spectator and Mail.