Journalist Breakfast Briefing with Maxine Mawhinney, BBC

General information
Come and meet Maxine Mawhinney, BBC journalist, who will be speaking at our next Journalist Breakfast Briefing at Golin's offices, 8.00-10.00am on Tuesday 21st June 2016.


Maxine Mawhinney is a well-known face on British and international TV.  

She is a BBC TV News presenter, interviewer and journalist.  She presents the BBC One lunchtime news at weekends, when she can also be seen on the BBC News Channel and BBC World TV.  She previously worked as a foreign correspondent in Washington and Tokyo, and was Ireland correspondent for Sky News.

She has given a TEDx talk, won international awards and is proud to be the oldest national female news anchor on British television. Maxine is from Belfast and began her career covering The Troubles in Northern Ireland.  

The phrase ‘anything under the sun’ covers her brief as a presenter. On the same day she may interview senior politicians and policy makers, sports stars and celebrities.  She was the presenter on air the night Princess Diana died, and also announced the birth of Princess Charlotte.

She has conducted hundreds of interviews on major health stories. Recent examples include the row over the meningitis vaccine, Pfizer withdrawing its drugs for executions in the US and immuno-oncology breakthroughs. 

She is married to John Clare, chief executive of LionsDen Communications.
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Journalist Breakfast Briefing with Maxine Mawhinney, BBC

Golin, 2 Waterhouse Square, 140 Holborn, London, EC1N 2AE

Tue 21 Jun 2016

8:00 AM - 10:00 AM