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Katya Adler

Katya Adler (born 1972)[1] is a British journalist, who having worked for the BBC since 1998 is now its Europe Editor.[2]

Early life

Adler was born into an "English-speaking German household in London",[3] England. She studied German and Italian as modern languages at the University of Bristol[3] where she undertook journalism tasks for The Times, Reuters and Blue Danube Radio. Adler was also president of the political society and started a society magazine.[3]

Career

After graduating in June 1995,[4] she moved to International Congresses.[5] Adler began working as a correspondent for Austrian national public broadcaster ORF in late 1995, reporting locally and then internationally from Kosovo, Eastern Europe and across Southwest Asia and North Africa.

Adler joined the BBC in Vienna in 1998, reporting on Austrian and Central European affairs. After becoming the BBC's Berlin correspondent for a short period, from 2000 she was based in London for the BBC World Service presenting on European current affairs, and commuting weekly to Berlin to work as a news anchor for Deutsche Welle Television. From August 2003 she was made the BBC's Madrid correspondent, travelling around Europe and Southwest Asia and North Africa to cover various stories, including the deaths of Pope John Paul II and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat in a Paris hospital. Adler also reported on the 11 March 2004 Madrid train bombings.[6]

From December 2006, Adler was the BBC's Middle East correspondent, based in Jerusalem. During this period she was also an occasional presenter/interviewer on HARDtalk.[7]

At the end of April 2014 she was appointed the BBC's Europe editor in succession to Gavin Hewitt.[2]

Personal life

Adler speaks fluent Italian, Spanish, German and French, and learnt Arabic and Hebrew.[5]

References

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  2. ^ a b Mark Sweney "BBC appoints Jon Sopel as North America editor", theguardian.com, 29 April 2014
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Preceded by
Gavin Hewitt
Europe Editor: BBC News
2014 -
Succeeded by
Incumbent
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