Justin Webb is one of BBC TV's top presenters. He first came to prominence on weekday mornings between 6.30am and 9.00am anchoring the flagship current affairs programme "Breakfast News", interviewing everyone from the Prime Minister to top sportsmen and women.
Justin began his TV and radio career in 1986, when he worked in Northern Ireland before moving to London to work on Radio Four's "Today" programme. Justin them moved to BBC Television to work firstly as a reporter and then as a Foreign Affairs Correspondent. During this time he was dispatched to report from cities such as Washington, Moscow and Jerusalem. He was based in Saudi Arabia during the Gulf War and has also worked in Bosnia.
Justin went onto presenting the main BBC TV News at the weekends as well as Radio 4's The World Tonight. In July 1999 he took up an appointment as Europe Correspondent for the BBC and was based in Brussels until August 2002.
Justin is now based in Washington, and is the BBC's main US correspondent. He also presents regular pieces for CNN USA edition, and his BBC pieces are often syndicated across the networks.
Justin's experience of handling a live television programme and interviewing key people, ensuring he gets to the heart of the story, makes him an obvious choice for hosting corporate seminars and making keynote speeches.