Agent: Julian Alexander
Robert Moore was ITN’s Middle East Correspondent for five years after spending some time producing and reporting in Moscow. He has also been ITN’s Diplomatic and Foreign Affairs Editor and is currently their Washington Correspondent. His awards include the International News Prize at the 1996 Royal Television Society Journalism Awards for his reporting on the year of fighting between Palestinians and Israeli soldiers on the West Bank, and two gold medals at the New York Film & TV Festival for his reporting on the plight of the refugees during the Rwandan Civil War.
His book, A Time to Die: The Kursk Disaster (Bantam, 2007), was published to critical acclaim. His well-researched work of non-fiction includes Russian military figures and his access to the Kursk’s highly restricted Arctic submarine base to tell the inside story of the Kursk submarine disaster. The book was made into a film in 2018 titled Kursk and stars Colin Firth and Lea Seydoux.