Kasia Madera

BBC News

Warsaw Security Forum

Kasia Madera is best known as one of the leading anchors on many flagship programmes across BBC News including Outside Source, Impact, BBC Papers and Newsday. She features prominently on both BBC World News, the BBC's international channel with over 100 million weekly viewers worldwide as well as on the BBC News Channel, the UK domestic facing channel. With over 20 years of broadcasting experience, Kasia specialises in international news and politics, especially European affairs.

At the start of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Kasia was one of the first international journalists to report live from the Poland-Ukraine border. She witnessed first hand as thousands of people fled the fighting. Of Polish heritage Kasia is bilingual in Polish and was able to interview many refugees in a mixture of Polish and Ukrainian. She regularly returns to Poland to report on the plight of the millions of displaced people. Recently Kasia anchored the BBC's coverage of the NATO Summit in Madrid where she secured an exclusive interview with Poland's President Andrzej Duda.   

Kasia broke the news of Boris Johnson being admitted into intensive care with Covid, rolled on the developing tragedy on the night of the Grenfell Tower fire, was broadcasting live from Warsaw on the day of the Brexit Referendum result. A particular highlight was presenting on the night of the London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony. Kasia's programme was simulcast on BBC One and attracted some of the BBC News Channel's highest audience figures.

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Kasia Madera

BBC News

Warsaw Security Forum

Kasia Madera is best known as one of the leading anchors on many flagship programmes across BBC News including Outside Source, Impact, BBC Papers and Newsday. She features prominently on both BBC World News, the BBC's international channel with over 100 million weekly viewers worldwide as well as on the BBC News Channel, the UK domestic facing channel. With over 20 years of broadcasting experience, Kasia specialises in international news and politics, especially European affairs.

At the start of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Kasia was one of the first international journalists to report live from the Poland-Ukraine border. She witnessed first hand as thousands of people fled the fighting. Of Polish heritage Kasia is bilingual in Polish and was able to interview many refugees in a mixture of Polish and Ukrainian. She regularly returns to Poland to report on the plight of the millions of displaced people. Recently Kasia anchored the BBC's coverage of the NATO Summit in Madrid where she secured an exclusive interview with Poland's President Andrzej Duda.   

Kasia broke the news of Boris Johnson being admitted into intensive care with Covid, rolled on the developing tragedy on the night of the Grenfell Tower fire, was broadcasting live from Warsaw on the day of the Brexit Referendum result. A particular highlight was presenting on the night of the London 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony. Kasia's programme was simulcast on BBC One and attracted some of the BBC News Channel's highest audience figures.

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