Guy Lynn is an award-winning British investigative reporter for the BBC. He has won three Royal Television Society Reporter of the Year Awards, three BBC Ruby Television Awards and an Amnesty International Media Award for reporting on human rights. Guy currently oversees hard-hitting TV investigations at BBC London TV and is also a contributing author of Investigative Journalism, Dead or Alive published by Abramis. He regularly runs courses and seminars for journalists both within and outside the BBC focusing on investigative techniques, particularly secret filming and undercover work. Guy's work has resulted in the jailing of criminals and the changing of UK law. His recent exposé of estate agents blocking black tenants from seeing homes won “Best Exclusive/Investigation” at the 2014 BBC Ruby Television Awards and the CIRCOM Prize for “Investigative Journalism”.