Ayshah Tull is a multi-award-winning correspondent and broadcaster for Channel 4 News.
Her broadcasting includes extensive coverage of covid where she was one of four ethnic minority journalists to ask a question at the daily government briefing.
Ayshah also reports on major foreign stories including the 2020 US Presidential Elections and the volcanic eruption on the caribbean island of St Vincent.
Ayshah’s coverage led to her being given 4 awards in one year. In 2020 she won Journalist of the Year and the Grand Prize at The Drum Online Media Awards, the first time the top prize has been awarded to an individual. She was also part of the team who won a BAFTA for Deterring Democracy, for her work in reporting in Miami on Donald Trump’s campaign strategy and how it impacted some Americans.
She co-hosts the Fourcast, a podcast which goes out 3 times a week and looks at the biggest stories in depth. For the show she has done interviews with those at the heart of the Free Britney movement, and doing the story through a personal lens of being a big fan.
She regularly reports on the digital series on Facebook ‘Uncovered’ covering untold stories from around the world. Ayshah travelled to the Red Light District in Amsterdam where women who worked in the windows were protesting against being moved to different parts of the city.
An experienced host, she has presented events for the Science Museum and Ethical Journalism Society, interviewing a variety of high profile guests including the Chief Scientific and Officer Patrick Vallance and Oxford Vaccine lead Prof Sarah Gilbert. She asked the Chief Scientific officer what life would look like if covid vaccines hadn’t been developed so quickly.
Ayshah has appeared on BBC1s Sunday Morning Live as a newspaper reviewer speaking about a range of serious and lighthearted topics.
She started her broadcasting career presenting the children’s news programme BBC Newsround from 2013-2018. She was one of the main presenters. During that time she presented live on location from Wimbledon and The Brit Awards, interviewed high profile stars like The Rock, Malala Yousafzai and fronted documentaries from South Africa.
She has been in the industry for over 10 years.