What Do You Actually Do?

Journalism researcher at the BBC

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Want a job in research? Or interested in working in the media? This episode is for you. Today Kate talks to Lucy, York grad and current Journalism Researcher at BBC News, about what her job is actually like.

There's a full transcript and useful links on our blog.

Lucy's Bio:

Lucy is a Journalism Researcher at BBC News, specialising in home and social affairs. Before joining the BBC, she worked as a Research Assistant at a policy think tank in Cambridge. After graduating from York in 2017 with a degree in English and History, Lucy spent a year in China and shortly afterwards studied for a master's degree in Social Anthropology from the University of Cambridge.