Adrienne Rosen leads our BA (Hons) Journalism & Media Production and BA (Hons) Television & Media Production courses at UCA Farnham. She has worked as a journalist for most of her career, beginning in newspapers and moving on to broadcast.
Adrienne spent twelve years with the BBC, starting as a reporter and news editor in radio, before moving into television as a Correspondent. She also produced and presented a number of half hour documentaries for the BBC.
Her teaching career began at Bournemouth University before taking over the Post Graduate Broadcast course at Highbury College. She ran a degree course in Journalism at Northbrook College before moving to the University of Brighton as course leader of the BA (Hons) Multimedia Broadcast Journalism.
Her research interests span the bridge between factual news and fictional stories, with the main inquiry focusing on whether one writing skill inflates or deflates the other.
Adrienne has a Masters degree in Creative Writing and has recently completed her first novel.