David Loyn was an award-winning foreign correspondent for thirty years for the BBC. He is an authority on Afghanistan, a country he has visited every year since 1994. In 2017, he worked for a year as an adviser in the office of the Afghan president Ashraf Ghani. He holds an MA degree in Modern History from Oxford University and is a qualified barrister. He has won awards in both radio and television reporting, including Journalist of the Year from the Royal Television Society for his reporting of the Kosovo conflict.
Journalist David Loyn discussed the strategies and failures of the war in Afghanistan. Followed by author Lynne McTaggart on intention experiments and healing the past. More »