Ayshah Tull is an award-winning reporter for Channel 4 News.
She joined the programme in 2019 and previously worked for BBC Newsround from 2013-2018.
Her broadcasting on the programme has included extensive coverage of the coronavirus crisis, and she has also led reports on the Black Lives Matter protests in the UK.
Ayshah reports on Channel 4 News’ weekly news show on Facebook ‘Uncovered’ covering untold stories from around the world. She also presents the Channel 4 News Instagram and Snapchat series, ‘Rated’.
In 2020 Ayshah won Journalist of the Year and the Grand Prize at The Drum Online Media Awards, the first time this has been awarded to an individual.
We spoke to Sharone Lifschitz whose parents were both taken hostage by Hamas on October 7th.
Best known for her dystopian young adults series Noughts and Crosses, the former Children’s Laureate Malorie Blackman has become the first living author to have an exhibition of her life and work at the British Library.
Police searching for four teenagers who went missing during a camping trip in North Wales have found four bodies in a car which crashed off the road in Eryri, also known as Snowdonia.
We spoke to the health policy analyst Roy Lilley, a former vice chair of West Surrey and North East Hampshire Health Authority.
Baby Aisha Cleary died in a prison cell after her then teenage mother, Rianna, was left to give birth alone in 2019. Earlier this year, a coroner ruled that multiple systemic failures led to her death.
It’s not just in Kenya where questions around formal apologies and reparations are being asked, it’s a debate happening throughout the Commonwealth. We spoke to Asif Ahmed, the former British High Commissioner to Jamaica and the Bahamas, and Carla Astaphan Chair of St Kitts & Nevis Reparations Committee, who also sits on the Caricom Reparations…
King Charles has begun his state visit to Kenya with a speech addressing some of the abuses during British Colonial rule – saying that “abhorrent and unjustifiable acts of violence” had been committed against Kenyans as they waged their struggle for independence. And, he added “for that, there can be no excuse”. The King has…
Earlier we spoke to polling expert Sir John Curtice about what the by-election results might mean for the party, but first, we did manage to catch up with Energy Minister Andrew Bowie on the streets of Westminster after he finished another media engagement.
We spoke to Professor Piers Forster of Physical Climate Change at the University of Leeds – who’s interim chair of the government’s climate change committee.
Costa Rica, which isn’t in the G20, has pledged to totally decarbonize its economy, generate all of its electricity from renewables by the end of the dacade, and is the first tropical country to have reversed deforestation.
We spoke to Samia Errazzouki, a North African historian at Stanford University who’s an expert on the governance of the Moroccan state.
We spoke to Hossam Elsharkawi, the Middle East and North African director for the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
We spoke to Samir Bennis – editor in chief Morocco World News.
A complex operation is underway to rescue an American caver who’s stranded more than three and a half thousand feet underground.
We spoke to India’s High Commissioner to the UK Vikram Doraiswami.