BBC , Journalist and Arts Correspondent
Razia Iqbal is one of the main presenters on Newshour, the BBC World Service flagship current affairs programme. She also regularly presents The World Tonight on BBC Radio 4. She is an Honorary fellow of RIBA; she has a longstanding interest in architecture, and made a series of programmes called Dream Builders, which were interviews with leading architects. More recently, she was a judge on the new Royal Academy Architecture prize.
She was the BBC's Arts Correspondent for a decade and has worked for the BBC since 1989.