Razia Iqbal is a presenter for BBC News: she is one of the main hosts of Newshour, the flagship news and current affairs programme on BBC World Service radio. She also regularly presents The World Tonight on Radio 4.
She was the BBC's arts correspondent for a decade, during which she travelled around the world covering arts and culture for TV news.
In 2017, she was awarded an honorary RIBA fellowship for her work on Dream Builders, a series of interviews with leading architects, including Zaha Hadid; Lord Norman Foster; Lord Richard Rogers; Daniel Libeskind; Sir David Adjaye and Thomas Heatherwick
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