About Tim Bishop
BISHOP, TIM is the BBC's Head of Region for the East of England. He is responsible for six BBC local radio stations, their respective websites, and for the BBC's television news and current affairs output for the region, which covers a diverse area of around six million people including the university city of Cambridge and the associated high tech industries of the area, dubbed as Silicon Fen, as well as the largely rural areas of Norfolk and Suffolk but stretching down into the suburbs north of London. He's a history and politics graduate from Warwick University. He was a newspaper reporter and evening newspaper editor before joining the BBC as an education correspondent. He became a BBC radio station editor and then a television news editor. He now lives in the histo0ric city of Norwich and a week away from his 15-year-old eldest daughter’s new interest in playing lead guitar in an all girl rock group, can’t come too soon.
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Content on this site written by Tim Bishop (includes contributory writing):
- Recapturing a Lifetime
- At Alzheimer's Services of the East Bay, dementia patients broaden horizons in a shrinking world.