Journalist – Wildlife Writer – Moderator – Unlocking Warwick
(Portrait) Rick worked for BBC News for many years, as a TV reporter and producer, then as a senior editor in the regional, national and international BBC services. He then formed his own training and consultancy network, ‘T-Media’, helping the development of public service broadcasting across Europe. Now he is a regular moderator of international conferences on environmental themes and a writer on natural history. Rick also helps to research the eleven hundred year history of his home town, Warwick, and writes dramatic reconstructions on court cases heard there in former centuries. is Secretary of the Town Council’s volunteers who organise a range of community events throughout the year.
His soon to be published book ‘Park Life’ describes a year in St. Nicholas Park in his home town of Warwick – a green area by the River Avon rich in surprising wildlife. There are pools with reed beds, areas of scrub and rough ground, and stands of mature trees, all teeming with wildlife. As the seasons change, he describes the birds, animals and flowers that can be found in the different habitats, with fascinating facts about the legends and folklore attached to many of them. (Read more)
Rick is an experienced moderator of international conferences, specialising in environmental issues. (Read more)
A reporter, producer, then senior editor at BBC News, Rick has worked on many development projects for broadcasters across Europe, and was for 12 years the Visiting Professor of Broadcast Journalism at Birmingham City University. (Read more)
Rick is Secretary of ‘Unlocking Warwick’, the Warwick Town Council’s volunteers, helping to organise a range of community events throughout the year. (Read more)