Catrin Nye

Catrin Nye


Catrin Nye is an investigative journalist, documentary maker and presenter for the BBC. She currently hosts the monthly national debate show The Hour on BBC One Wales as well as reporting for the BBC’s BAFTA award-winning Victoria Derbyshire programme, BBC Panorama, BBC World and Radio 4.

Catrin previously spent many years reporting for Newsnight and BBC Asian Network developing a specialism in Britain’s minority communities, an area she continues to work on today. She has also written and reported for the Guardian, Prospect, BBC Radio 1, BBC World Service, 1Xtra, 5Live, BBC Breakfast and local radio across the UK.

Catrin has won the Mind Journalist of the Year award, two Sandford Saint Martin awards for excellence in religious broadcasting and was one of the Radio Academy’s 30 Under 30. She has also been shortlisted for RTS Young Journalist of the Year and an Amnesty Award among others.

Catrin was born in Brecon in Wales where she grew up – she is currently based in London and Cardiff (and on a plane/train).

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Alexander Nix is at #CannesLions, talking about big data & morality. So Netflix has decided to do an unplanned screening of its new doc #thegreathack about Cambridge Analytica while he’s there.

And I’m doing a Q&A with @carolecadwalla afterwards. Going to be fun...


Hello everyone. My mum @shahusain created and co-wrote the new drama series Beecham House which will start airing on ITV THIS SUNDAY. I've seen the first two episodes and it's really good! I'm an extremely proud daughter. Please watch:

Cat filter accidentally used in Pakistani minister’s live press conference

Mohammad al-Haj Ali was the first confirmed victim of the Grenfell fire. He was 23 & had fled Syria 3 years before

On the 2nd anniversary @RefuAid & the al-Haj Ali family have launched the Mohammad al-Haj Ali Scholarship to help asylum seekers study in the UK.

via @VictoriaLIVE

“I didn’t get to say goodbye to anyone, I didn’t get to pack my bags."

#LoveIsland’s Sherif Lanre says he doesn’t know if the other contestants knows why he was removed from the show #VictoriaLIVE

Meet the family-of-four living off grid.

The Watkinsons' home is built from old horse boxes, caravans and trailers

Their self-sufficiency gives a glimpse of changes we might all need to make

The main effect of deep fakes in our politics will not be to spread lies, but rather confusion and apathy. My latest for @guardian:

“I feel that the people in charge of the show have an unconscious bias around the regulations for boys and girls, and maybe different races”

#LoveIsland’s Sherif Lanre on why he was axed from villa for using c-word, but Ellie was kept in last year

I’ve been to meet a family living completely #offgrid and looked at how this could help UK govt achieve pledge of net zero emissions by 2050

Exclusive: the family that has no electricity bills and no gas bills #VictoriaLIVE

Watching Joe tell Lucie she’s not allowed to talk to men #LoveIsland

Lucie needs to let that #LoveIsland

It's 2019 and girls still can't have guy friends? Ok Joe #LoveIsland

We’re hiring a researcher for Slow Burn! Plus more open positions on our podcast, editorial, and business teams:

On a very long, slow and delayed train home after a shoot - please send funny memes....

The new Birmingham new street station confuses the hell out of me.

Sudan is in the midst of a political crisis after security forces opened fire on pro-democracy protesters in the capital, Khartoum killing at least 100 people

The BBC's @fergalkeane47 spoke to victims and those who witnessed the violence

This is the moment a snatched baby was rescued by West Midlands Police after they intercepted a car in Birmingham.

Read more here:

#SaveIDLIB projected onto St Thomas’ hospital in London last night - calling for an end to the targeting of hospitals in Syria.

via @HelpRefugees