LBC Appoints Natasha Clark as Political Editor

LBC Appoints Natasha Clark as Political Editor

LBC – the UK’s number one commercial talk brand – has appointed Natasha Clark as its new Political Editor.

Natasha will join LBC in September as the station leads the political news agenda with exclusives, interviews and its flagship phone-ins, making sense of the issues that affect its audience across the UK.

She will work alongside some of the biggest names in broadcasting, such as Nick Ferrari, James O’Brien, Shelagh Fogarty, Andrew Marr, Iain Dale, David Lammy, Sangita Myska and Rachel Johnson, and with LBC’s award-winning team of journalists, including Westminster Editor and presenter Ben Kentish.

Natasha’s successful media career includes six years at The Sun where she is currently Chief Political Correspondent, as well as The Times, PoliticsHome and freelance for The Guardian and The Independent.

Tom Cheal, LBC’s Managing Editor, said: “Natasha has a proven track record as an outstanding, highly regarded and tenacious journalist, breaking and reporting some of the biggest stories in Westminster in recent years. At this pivotal time in British politics, we are delighted to welcome Natasha to Global and look forward to her bringing her wealth of experience and insight to LBC, along with the stories that are important to our listeners.”

LBC is available across the UK on Global Player, DAB digital radio and TV, and in London on 97.3 FM.


Scroll to Top