Award-Winning BBC Journalist Dies at Age 48

Tazeen Ahmad, an award-winning journalist for BBC News, has reportedly died at the age of 48.

Ahmad won an RTS Journalism award for the documentary “The Hunt For Britain’s Sex Gangs,” also earning a Bafta current affairs nomination for the documentary. In her career, she had worked asa reporter on BBC Three’s Liquid News and a presenter for the channel’s 60 Seconds bulletins and News Show, as well as being a foreign correspondent for NBC News.

Ahmad also co-presented “The Truth About Child Sex Abuse” on BBC Two in 2015, and wrote a book about six months she spent undercover working on supermarket checkouts. Her cause of death has not been disclosed.

Source: Tazeen Ahmad: Award-winning journalist and presenter dies at 48 – BBC News


  1. 48 y/o dies without a cause listed, that show poor reporting. Since she exposed these gangs of rapist, was she actively being targeted by people who may have held a grudge? Was her death due to illness or accident.

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