Nick Eardley began his career in journalism in his home town of Edinburgh, where he worked for The Scotsman for several years before moving to London to join the BBC. He is now one of the corporation’s best-known political correspondents.
Over the past few years, working in the heart of Westminster, he has helped explain the biggest political stories of the day to millions of people; including Brexit, Covid, the cost of living, Scottish independence and the rise and fall of four prime ministers. He is a well-known face in living rooms across the country, covering the latest political developments for outlets including BBC Breakfast and flagship TV bulletins. He is regularly heard on Radio 4 and 5 Live too.
Nick has extensive experience of live broadcasting, having been on air during some of the biggest moments in recent British political history, not least when both Boris Johnson and Liz Truss resigned live in Downing Street. He has also helped viewers and listeners through general elections, major splits in the UK’s political parties and Budgets.
Nick can help bring make your event exciting and accessible, taking complex issues and distilling them into a format that works for everyone. His interviewing skills make him an ideal choice to ensure an engaging conversation with contributors. Nick is a friendly and enthusiastic broadcaster, which means you are guaranteed a compelling event.