Andy Pag Journalist, Corporate Speaker, Photographer, Adventurer, Paraglider Pilot.+44 797 494 2796
andy@andypag.com

Andy Pag
The Mystery of the Unknown Man
The Mystery of the Unknown Man

The mystery of an unknown man with dementia found on the streets of Hereford, leads us on a trail around the world to discover the cruel story of his abandonment. See the full film

Reporting Live from Nice Attack
Reporting Live from Nice Attack

I reported live from Nice for BBC radio and TV, in the wake of the Bastille day attack.

BBC TV Reporter
BBC TV Reporter

After six weeks working as a broadcast journalist for BBC Newsline, this is a compilation of some of the TV packages I’ve reported on for the 18h30 and 13h30 BBC TV bulletins. More can be seen here.  

Best Radio Documentary – Silver Award at PPI15
Best Radio Documentary - Silver Award at PPI15

My wonderful producer Jenny Witt, and I were awarded the Silver Prize for the Best Radio Documentary broadcast on the island of Ireland, at a gala ceremony for this year’s PPI Radio Awards in Galway.

Nominated for PPI Radio Award
Nominated for PPI Radio Award

I’ve been nominated for the PPI¬†Best Radio Documentary¬†Award. The PPIs are the leading industry awards for Radio on the island of Ireland, and since the end of the Sony Awards have become increasingly competitive for English language radio.

BBC Radio News
BBC Radio News

A selection of the original radio journalism I’ve created during three months at BBC Radio Ulster. National Northern Ireland More at https://soundcloud.com/andy-pag

Sex Trafficking Investigation
Sex Trafficking Investigation

I originated and led a very challenging investigation which revealed the complexity of sex-trafficking within he UK among undocumented Chinese and Taiwanese women. I reported it in a 30 minute BBC radio documentary, Vice Girl or Victim?, three BBC online pieces, and live in the studio for BBC Newsline.

BBC News Online
BBC News Online

During my first month at BBC Online I’ve published a series of news stories about sex workers.

BBC Journalism Trainee Scheme
BBC Journalism Trainee Scheme

I have been selected from 4500 candidates for one of 12 places on the year long BBC Journalism Trainee Scheme starting in September 2014. I’ll be working in Belfast across news platforms, online, radio and TV.