Jonathan is a TV news reporter covering UK and European stories, as well as terrorism and the Middle East.
Recently he reported live for i24news from Brussels immediately after the city’s terrorist attacks. He also reported on the November 2015 Paris terror attacks, including being one of the first crews on the scene as the police raided the terrorists’ apartment in Saint Denis. As a foreign correspondent, Jonathan reports regularly on British and European politics, as well as from the scenes of recent terror attacks.
He broadcasts on a wide range of foreign and UK stories, from political and cultural news to opinion and in depth analysis, on the BBC, ITV, ITN, Al Jazeera, CBC News, Sky News, Fox, CCTV-America, i24news, Radio Dubai Eye and LBC Radio. He has been published by the Daily Telegraph, The Times, Haaretz, the News Statesman and Jewish Chronicle, among others. Notably, he has appeared extensively on BBC coverage of Middle Eastern news.
From discussing opera productions and Internet memes on Channel 4 News, to debating the evolution of Saturday night television formats on BBC Radio 4's Today programme, Jonathan has dealt with a wide range of topics across varied outlets.
Jonathan has spoken both as a keynote speaker and as a panellist at international conferences organised by Harvard University, National Chengchi University in Taiwan, the American University in Dubai and Keio University in Tokyo. He has covered topics ranging from the Middle East and Chinese foreign policy, to the power of technology in popular protest. He has has debated at the Oxford and Cambridge Unions.