Ali Hamedani (born 13 May 1985) is a British Iranian journalist who is the BBC's senior producer and reporter. He presents on BBC Persian service's radio and television and also reports for BBC World service radio and TV, BBC Radio 4 and BBC News in the United Kingdom, including occasionally reporting for Newsnight. He also makes and presents documentaries.
Hamedani is the first Iranian journalist who investigated and covered the underground life of Iranian LGBT when he was working from inside Iran for the BBC World service trust Iran media project. He continued covering the issue by making several reports and TV documentaries. Within the BBC he produced and presented different programs as well as launching and restructuring language services radio stations including BBC Afghan stream and BBC Arabic radio. He was involved in BBC World service radio “trend shifting” from Shortwave radio to digital to be able to target young listeners.
In a joint project with BBC Media Action and UNICEF, he was involved in training and launching local radio stations in Afghanistan. He designed and structured behavior changing projects and multi media series for Afghanistan funded local stations in troubled tribal areas.
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