Mandy McAuley has been a BBC journalist for more than two decades starting in Aug 1999 as per her Linkedin. She is known for Spotlight on the Troubles: A Secret History (2019), Spotlight (1973), and Panorama (1953).
Mandy McAuley Age
Her exact age is not on record.
Mandy McAuley BBC Journalist
She has been part of the BBC Spotlight reporters: Mandy McAuley is known for Spotlight on the Troubles: A Secret History (2019), Spotlight (1973), and Panorama (1953. She together with her fellow journalists, Jennifer O’Leary and Darragh MacIntyre reveal important new discoveries about the outbreak of the conflict known as the Troubles, 50 years after troops were deployed.
Mandy has also done two more investigative reports titled Spotlight (1973) and Panorama (1953)as per her IMDB. For the former, she was named News/Current Affairs Broadcaster of the Year and Journalist of the Year in 2011. She received the award at the Chartered Institute of Public Relations Awards in Belfast. At the time, she won both awards for her investigation into the murders of Lesley Howell and Trevor Buchanan in 1991 by their spouses. The investigative series was aired in three special Spotliglight programmes in March 2011.
Back in 2021, the BBC journalist took part in Media Belfast’s (#WIMB) on International Women’s Day in a zoom event. She appeared on the panel ‘Women on the front line – reporting in troubled times’ – chaired by WIMB co-founder Allison Morris.
Mandy McAuley Husband & Children
Mandy McAuley describes herself as a mum and wife on her Instagram. She has however never revealed the identity of her husband. On the hand. in her Twitter account under the handle, @mandy_mcauley, Mandy describes herself as a Mum, an investigative reporter for BBC Spotlight NI, and a Novice runner.