News presenter & Conference & Awards Host
Clive Myrie is a news presenter and journalist who works for the BBC, presenting the main news, and is an excellent conference and awards host.
Clive is one of the BBC’s most experienced foreign correspondents and a recognised face as a BBC News presenter.
As well as presenting the One, Six and Ten 0’Clock news bulletins on BBC One and hosting news shows on the BBC News Channel, Clive continues to travel the world as a reporter and makes features and programmes for Panorama Newsnight and Radio 4.
Clive Myrie first foray into journalism was a reporter for Radio Bristol and then reporting for Points West, and later for BBC TV and Radio news. His first main correspondent role was as a BBC foreign correspondent, working in Tokyo and then LA before later working in Asia and Paris.
Clive has been awarded the Bayeux-Calvados Award for his reporting of ethnic violence on the island of Borneo.
He has guest appeared on BBC One’s Have I Got News for You and as a panellist on Richard Osman’s House of Games gameshow and in 2021 he replaced John Humphrys as host of the BBC long running quiz show, Mastermind.
Clive Myrie is a popular choice as conference host or awards host and equally at home chairing a panel discussion or interviewing a CEO on stage.
"Clive was excellent, he was very professional and really held the conference together well, as well as setting the context of the conference overall"
— London Fire Brigade
"A brilliant host. Extremely thorough, adapting the script to suit his way of presenting and he did a brilliant warm-up that was targeted for the audience and very well received"