Jonathan Holmes began his career with the BBC in 1969, working as a producer on current affairs programs like 24 Hours, Nationwide and Panorama. In 1982 he was invited to Australia to become executive producer of ABC’s Four Corners. Since then, he has served as Head of ABC Documentaries, as executive producer of Foreign Correspondent and The 7.30 Report, and for many years as an on-camera reporter for Four Corners and Foreign Correspondent, reporting from more than 40 countries, as well as two years as an ABC correspondent in Washington (1998- 2000). He is perhaps best known for his five years as presenter of Media Watch (2008-2013). Jonathan’s work has been recognised by awards including the Logie, several Walkley nominations, the top prize at the Banff World Television Festival (for the 1988 documentary Hoddle Street), and a special award from the United Nations Association of Australia for ’25 years of distinguished journalism’. He continues to write on media affairs and is the author of On Aunty (2019).