Nick Ross is a distinguished British broadcaster, campaigner and conference moderator. He presented radio and television news and current affairs and became a household name when launching Europe’s first breakfast TV and several long-running peak-time shows for the BBC. He was one of the UK’s most prolific broadcasters across a wide range of issues, specialising at various times in social issues, foreign affairs, politics and crime, with several forays into lighter fields including chat shows and quizzes. Away from television he has gained a reputation as one of the best conference moderators and chairs meetings for companies and government agencies around the world. Many of his energies are devoted to voluntary activities, mostly in the fields of healthcare, community safety and promotion of science, and he is a Fellow and Visiting Professor at University College London. He is chairman, president, trustee or patron of a large number of charities.