Angharad Hampshire worked on many radio programmes, including news, current and consumer affairs as well as arts, documentaries and other programmes while working for the BBC for more than 12 years.
She has reported for the BBC World Service in the U.K., China, Nepal, Afghanistan and Africa. In 2007, she won a BBC Onassis Bursary to go to Mount Everest where she recorded material for two documentaries. She has also made documentaries in China and Tibet. She has trained more than 50 journalists for the BBC in Afghanistan and Africa.
She reports on arts, culture and science in Hong Kong for the BBC World Service and is a regular contributor in print to Muse Magazine and the South China Morning Post. She has an MA in French from the University of Edinburgh and a PGCE from the Institute of Education at the University of London.