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Hannah Kent Martin is a UK investigative journalist, author and broadcaster.
She has appeared on UK TV channels; BBC One, ITV, Channel 4, Five and Sky News. She has also appeared on BBC Radio Five Live on the Donal McIntyre Show 'Five Live Investigates', and has written for the Daily Telegraph and The Sunday Times.
She began her career at BBC South in 2005, when after lecturing at Southampton Solent University on the Film Studies course she turned whistleblower and reported on a 30 minute investigation into failing university standards for the regional programme Inside Out South.
Kent Martin boasts a catalogue of awards, from local media awards to national and international awards for ground-breaking undercover investigations.
She is a supporter of the Air Ambulance Service and the Devizes to Westminster International Canoe Race, and has held a number of public appointments at trustee and director level, primarily within organisations promoting health and well-being of women and children. Her hobbies include spending time in water and underwater, gardening, adrenaline sports, and a reluctancy to exercise.
Her areas of special interest in reporting include; animals reared for food, children and families social work, and standards in the care of the elderly.
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