Journalist, award-winning reporter (BBC Radio), writer, voice-over artist
Trevor Barnes is a working journalist and award winning reporter for BBC Radio. In a career spanning over 20 years he has worked extensively in its religious and current affairs departments presenting programmes and anchoring live events. He has worked in Independent Radio and BBC Television and contributes feature material to most of the national press. He has trained with the Home Office and other government departments and regularly trains charities, universities, and professional associations. He has an occasional column in the Church Times and has written eleven books of non fiction.
- 1998 winner of the Sandford St Martin Religious Radio Award
- 2006 runner-up in the Sandford St Martin Radio Awards
- 1992 Bronze Medallist in the New York Radio Awards
- Trevor has interviewed 4 Archbishops of Canterbury, 2 Chief Rabbis, and the Dalai Lama
- Experienced Radio, TV, and Print Media trainer
- Web film maker and occasional after dinner speaker and voice-over artist