Louise Hulland

Louise Hulland

Louise Hulland


As a reporter & news producer for the BBC and ITN, Louise has worked on some of the biggest stories of the last decade, covering human trafficing and modern slavery, girls in gangs and unlicensed cabs. Louise is equally comfortable reading news bulletins and producing 24 hour rolling news.

She has also appeared on BBC One’s The One Show, Watchdog, Watchdog Daily, and Inside Out, ITV London News, ITN, Channel 5’s Celebrity Trolls: We’re Coming to Get You and Live with Gabby. Louise is somewhat of a celebrity in the USA, where her hit show Mysteries at the Museum appears on The Travel Channel USA.

Off camera, Louise has been a stand-in presenter across the BBC Local Radio network, spent time working at BBC Radio 1 and BBC 6 Music, and walked the red carpet as a showbiz reporter across the commercial radio network. Her versatility extends to production, with stints as a producer for both Steve Wright and Sir Terry Wogan. Louise also writes for Independent Voices and the Huffington Post and is writing a book on her experiences with modern slavery.

Louise was named an Up and Coming Radio star by The Independent when her first documentary won her a Gold Sony Radio Academy Award. Missing the Message was broadcast on BBC Radio 1 and won rave reviews, and she went on to produce a BBC Radio 4 documentary called Ladies on the Door. On TV, Louise has produced two highly acclaimed documentaries for ITV2 on the death of Amy Winehouse, and in 2015 Louise produced The Krays: The Prison Years for Discovery.