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Tom Magner joins Government & Public Sector Journal’s editorial board

Tom Magner

Government & Public Sector Journal is pleased to announce that Tom Magner has today joined the editorial board of the journal.

Currently, Tom works as News & Political Editor on Carers World Live (public service health and social care broadcast journalism), he is a writer, director and presenter on Carers World Investigates. He is the forensic investigator on ‘Watchdog’ and the ‘One Show’ (BBC1), as well as writer, director, producer, presenter of ‘Forensic Shorts’ (Forensic Factors TV).

In addition to his journalistic work he has also worked as a specialist scientific advisor to the broadcast media including research for and contributions on a range of technical issues including product failure, analysis & recalls.

His work has included being the on-screen forensic expert & investigator on a number of TV programmes such as Watchdog, Rogue Traders, Sky News, Really Useful Show, Working Lunch, Channel 4 News and Channel 5 News.

GPSJ editor, Stuart Littleford said: “We are delighted that Tom has kindly agreed to join the journal’s editorial board today.

“He brings a great deal of expertise and knowledge to our team and is totally committed to highlighting the crucial issues facing those working in the UK care sector, and all carers in general.

“Tom is passionate about these issues and working with him and his organisation can only benefit our readers.”

Other areas of Tom’s work include being a writer, presenter, reporter and director on the News At One, Science In Action (Thames FM), ‘Talking Point’ Debate, Buyer Beware, Cable Today (UATV) and Scene on 7 (WMTV).

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