Fergal Keane is a Special Correspondent for BBC News. He has reported from many of the world's major trouble spots, from Northern Ireland to Rwanda and Iraq, attracted widespread critical acclaim and won a string of awards for his reports. Among many other prizes, he was named Journalist of the Year at the Royal Television Society Awards (1995). He also took the Amnesty International Television Award for his 1994 Panorama report "Journey into Darkness" - an account of the genocide in Rwanda and the Index on Censorship prize for journalistic integrity. He won the George Orwell prize for his book on the Rwandan genocide "Season Of Blood."