Tiffany Sweeney is an award-winning investigative journalist, documentary maker and presenter for the BBC. Her original reports have featured across domestic and international TV, radio and digital platforms. In 2020, she was the first person to win the Edinburgh TV Festival Debut Presenter award and was on the BBC’s ‘Under 30s panel’.
She has also written and reported for BBC News at Six, BBC Breakfast, BBC World News, BBC World Service, BBC Three, Newsbeat, Asian Network, Radio 1, Radio 2, Radio 4, 5Live and local radio stations across the UK.
In her six years at the BBC, Tiffany has also worked as a producer for BBC World News, BBC Breakfast and across international radio, covering Brexit and many General Elections. She has developed a specialism in minority communities, an area she continues to work on today.
Prior to this, Tiffany trained as a Broadcast Journalist at the University of Salford. Alongside her work, Tiffany works as a mentee for Media Trust and has spoken at the House of Commons on Parental Imprisonment.
Tiffany grew up in Northampton – she is currently based in London and Kent.