Dan Roan is the Sports Editor for BBC News.
He graduated from Cambridge University and joined the BBC as a News Trainee in 1998 – worked as a reporter and producer in sport and news on regional programmes in Bristol and Leeds.
Dan Joined Sky Sports News in Nov 2003 and covered major stories including reporting live from FA Headquarters throughout the ‘Svengate’ affair, and securing the first and only interview with FA Chairman Geoff Thompson following Mark Palios’ resignation.
Hugh Schofield – born 19 August 1961 – is the Paris Correspondent for BBC News. He was formerly a BBC correspondent across Europe, the Middle East and United States, with over 25 years’ experience in reporting for BBC radio and… Read more
Emma Vardy is news reporter for the BBC – currently based in Ireland. She begin her broadcasting career as a junior at Sky News. After spending a year working behind the scenes in the newsroom she become an Editorial Assistant… Read more
Rachel Riley – born 11 January 1986 – is a former presenter on Sky Sports’ Friday Night Football. She co-presents the Channel 4 daytime puzzle show Countdown, and its comedy spin-off 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown. A mathematics… Read more