Lucinda Borrell is a freelance journalist with a keen interest in domestic investigative journalism projects. She aims to give under-represented members of society a voice within today’s media.
Originally from Newcastle, she works in both broadcast and print journalism, aiming to expose or comment upon the key issues, such as health, housing, gender and personal finance issues.
Between April and October 2017 she worked for Channel 4’s Dispatches series as a Researcher/Assistant Producer. Her first episode – Dispatches: Secrets of Your New Car aired on 28th August with Dispatches: How to avoid the Dementia Tax airing on 20th November. Since then she has gone on to work for Rumpus Media as an investigative consumer journalist for the pilot episode of Joe Lycett’s got your back and the BBC’s Panorama series
She has previously written for companies such as Money Saving Expert, The Journalist, The Financial Times, The Telegraph, The Pool, The Evening Standard, Refinery29, The Press Association and has worked on investigations for The Bureau of Investigative Journalism and Buzzfeed UK Investigation Teams.
She has also been a guest contributor for Nick Ferrari on LBC, discussing her work on gender equality and the problems surrounding female-only ‘safe zones.’
Lucinda graduated in 2014 from City University’s Magazine Journalism MA course