Peter Lane joined Five News as North Of England Correspondent in early 2005.
Peter joined from the BBC where he was Midlands Correspondent, reporting on the One, Six and Ten O’clock News bulletins.
During his time with the BBC he covered the Soham murder investigation and the return to the UK of the “Tipton Three”, who’d been held at Guantanamo Bay.
Peter Lane started working in television in 1994 as a runner with ITN and was a producer on the original launch team of 5 News in 1997.
He became the Five News North of England Correspondent in 1998 and went on to be voted RTS Young Journalist of the Year. Peter left Five News in 2002 before rejoining.
Five News has today announced the appointments of three reporters as part of its new look when Sky News takes over production in January 2005. Andy Bell will remain as the channel’s Political Editor, reporting on the main events in and around Westminster as well…
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The Royal Television Society has announced the winners of the RTS Television Journalism Awards 2017. The awards, which took place in Park Lane on Wednesday night, seek to recognise creative and excellent journalism by organisations whose broadcasts are transmitted on a UK based platform and…
The Royal Television Society (RTS) has announced the nominations for the Television Journalism Awards 2012/2013. The awards, for news and current affairs, recognise creative and excellent journalism by organisations whose broadcasts are received in the UK and by the agencies which supply UK news broadcasters….