*LATEST* ITV’s Julie Etchingham on what it’s like to report on death and dying during the pandemic

Covid-19 has hit the UK hard. 100,000 deaths is a statistic; one is a tragedy. It’s perhaps appropriate then, that we’re talking to a very well-known broadcast journalist for our first podcast of 2021, Julie Etchingham from ITV News. As Julie states: “You never forget at the heart of this every single day are grieving families.” Listen to episode 22 of the podcast here.

In conversation with actor Greg Wise, Dr Kathryn Mannix, and broadcaster Shelagh Fogarty

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