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.
According to the experts in these things, the holiday of the future could involve hurtling around the earth at a speed of 17,000 miles an hour. Sickbag included.
In Bristol, the statue of Edward Colston was dumped in the water, the catalyst for the protests that swept the country.
We were joined by Michael Eboda, the founder of The Powerlist, the writer and activist Chardine Taylor Stone, broadcaster and presenter Zeze Millz and writer Jason Okundaye.
The Benin Bronzes aren’t the only artefacts up for discussion when it comes to this country’s relationship with its past.
The president of the Cop26 summit Alok Sharma has warned that the world is “dangerously close” to running out of time to tackle climate change – saying failure to limit temperature rises to 1.5 Celsius would be “catastrophic”. But critics have accused Mr Sharma of hypocrisy, saying he’s failed to condemn Government plans for more…
He was head of a group which helped people who’ve fled persecution in Belarus – now the leading activist Vitaly Shishov has been found dead in the city where he was living in exile.
A sprinter from Belarus has been offered a humanitarian visa by Poland, after refusing an order to fly home early from the Tokyo Olympic Games. Krystina Timanovskaya is now under police protection in the Polish embassy, claiming she feared for her safety after she had criticised the Belarus team coaches on social media. Belarus claims…
At least 72 people have been killed in days of violence in South Africa, fuelled by long-running anger over poverty and inequality and sparked by last week’s imprisonment of former president Jacob Zuma.
In England, leading doctors have warned there could be “devastating consequences” if all Covid restrictions are lifted on Monday, as scientific experts warned the move could lead to 200 deaths a day.
The UK could be seeing 100,000 new Covid cases a day by next month, the Health Secretary has admitted.
Today marks the 73rd birthday of the National Health Service and to coincide, the organisation has been awarded the George Cross by the Queen, who commended the “courage, compassion and dedication” of all its staff.
The Dukes of Cambridge and Sussex have put their past differences aside, coming together to unveil a statue to their mother, Diana, Princess of Wales.
The acclaimed film-maker Menelik Shabazz has died at the age of 67. He was best known for the award winning feature film Burning an Illusion – which was only the second British feature to be directed by a Black filmmaker.
Britney Spears says she was left traumatised and humiliated for 13 years by an “abusive” arrangement which gave her father control over her career, estate and most of her personal life.
The former manager of Grenfell Tower has been giving his first evidence to the second part of the inquiry into the tragedy which left 72 people dead.