Powerful investigative journalism can help to build stronger, open democracies and deliver gripping, talked-about television and digital stories. It’s good for society and it’s great for your ratings. As the BBC makes new investments in local content in Africa, specialist investigative journalists Marc Perkins and Daniel Adamson demonstrate how the BBC and its partners will expose previously untold stories and reveal remarkable aspects of life in Africa through original personal narrative. Much of Africa goes unreported. Discover how the BBC plans to use investigative journalism to make popular new programmes for audiences in Africa and to tell more African stories to the world.

·         Marc PERKINS | Investigations Editor | BBC AFRICA

·         Daniel ADAMSON | Digital Investigations Executive | BBC AFRICA