Rianna Croxford

22 July, 2021

Rianna Croxford is an award-winning correspondent at BBC News. She currently specialises in investigations and reports on domestic and international TV, radio, and digital platforms. Previously, she worked as the BBC’s Community Affairs correspondent, and has also reported for BBC Panorama. Rianna won “New Journalist of the Year” at the British Journalism Awards 2020, and was awarded Gold in the News category at the MHP “30 to Watch” awards for her coverage of the coronavirus pandemic. Prior to this, she worked at the Financial Times while training to become a journalist with the support of the Journalism Diversity Fund after graduating from Cambridge University in 2017.