Nuala is a familiar face and established presenter for news programmes on BBC World News and the BBC News Channel. Recently, Nuala has also reported for the BBC on Brexit, the French elections, the Turkish referendum and the migrant crisis bringing people at the heart of the story to the viewers. Nuala was chosen to anchor special coverage for the weekend of Easter 1916 commemorations for the BBC from Dublin, Ireland and has also anchored TV shows with large live audiences in Kharkiv, eastern Ukraine, Lagos, Nigeria and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe expertly getting to the key issues up for debate.
Nuala talking on the Irish abortion referendum
BBC 100 Women
Nuala McGovern presenting Outside Source TV on BBC News
Hosting at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe – are we living in an age of offence?
Speaking to Jason Solomons about potential Oscar winners
Moderating live BBC Debate in Kharkiv over the conflict in Eastern Ukraine
BBC 100 Women 2016: Season ends with record breaking Wikipedia edit
Reunited: The sisters separated by US-Mexico border
EU Referendum: the challenges facing Europe Union
Migrant Crisis: Interviewing a Syrian migrant in Greece
Nuala is a leading presenter on the BBC World Service and presents a two-hour daily show called OS, a unique programme that offers 2 hours of real-time news. Nuala is also an accomplished correspondent for the BBC and has anchored key coverage including the 2017 inauguration of US president Trump, the Turkish referendum, the French elections and the Manchester bombing attack and UK elections to name some of her on location reporting the first half of 2017.
Nuala has been nominated for One World Media and Amnesty awards for her work on the migrant and refugee crisis including as a correspondent and a documentary-maker.
Previously, Nuala has been the executive editor of the flagship radio show on WNYC where she won a George Foster Peabody award for excellence in broadcasting.