Jeff Randall was appointed Editor-At-Large of the Daily Telegraph in November 2005, after nearly five years as the BBC's Business Editor.
He writes a twice-weekly column for the newspaper, as well as continuing to present "Weekend Business", a radio show on BBC Five Live.
Jeff Randall joined the BBC from Sunday Business, which he edited from its launch in February 1998. Under his editorship, Sunday Business won the Sunday Newspaper of the Year Award and the Harold Wincott Award for Financial Journal of the Year. Before launching Sunday Business, Jeff was, over a period of nine years, Assistant Editor, Sports Editor and City & Business Editor on the Sunday Times. He was also a Director of Times Newspapers (1994-95).
His awards for journalism include: Harold Wincott Award for Business Broadcaster, 2004; Communicator of the Year, 2004; Sony Gold Radio Award for Best Sports Broadcast, 2003; Best Business Broadcast Prize at the Business Journalist of the Year Awards, 2003 ; Decade of Excellence Prize at the Business Journalist of the Year Awards, 2003 ; London Press Club's Business Journalist of the Year Award, 2000; and Financial Journalist of the Year, 1991.
Jeff presented Jeff Randall Live on Sky News. The show takes a look at the big business stories of the day, with regular exclusive guests and hard hitting interviews. The show is a must view for anyone working in the worlds of business and finance.
Jeff was educated at the Royal Liberty Grammar School in Romford, Essex and the University of Nottingham (BA Economics). He was awarded an honorary doctorate from Anglia Ruskin University in 2001 and an honorary doctorate from the University of Nottingham in 2006.