Anthony Bartram is a former reporter for the BBC.
After four years as a newspaper reporter he joined the BBC in 1996, working in East Anglia for radio and TV news and sport. In 2003 Anthony moved to Nottingham to become Regional Affairs Correspondent for East Midlands Today. He worked on a number of high profile stories, including the murder of Nottingham jeweller Marian Bates and Leicester City FC’s ill-fated training trip to La Manga, where nine players were arrested by Spanish police following rape allegations. All were cleared.
Anthony joined the BBC’s network team in the Midlands in April 2006. He lives in Nottingham with his wife and four children.
Name? Anthony Bartram Age? 35 Where are you from? Cambridgeshire How did you get started in broadcasting? Got a job cutting my thumbs as much as tape in the old days of Uhers (reel-to-reel tape recorders) and razor blades at a local radio station in…