Rebecca Henschke


Country: Australia/Indonesia

Rebecca Henschke is the BBC’s Indonesian Editor. She is an award-winning multimedia journalist who has reported from Asia for more than a decade, and was previously with KBR and Tempo. She is the only foreign journalist to win an Indonesian Alliance of Independent Journalists media award for her work reporting on religious tensions, environmental degradation and human rights.

Rebecca Henschke adalah penyunting BBC Indonesia. Ia merupakan jurnalis multimedia peraih penghargaan yang telah menyiarkan berita dari kawasan Asia selama lebih dari satu dekade, dan sebelumnya bekerja untuk KBR dan Tempo. Ia merupakan satu-satunya jurnalis asing yang pernah memenangkan penghargaan dari Aliansi Jurnalistik Indonesia untuk kerja kerasnya menyiarkan berita mengenai perseteruan antar umat beragama, pencemaran lingkungan, dan hak asasi manusia.

Appearing in

Main Program: Susi Pudjiastuti: Sink It

“Sink it” became a national catchphrase after Indonesia’s maverick Minister of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries fulfilled her threat to sink any foreign boats found illegally fishing in Indonesian waters. In …


Main Program: The Foreign Correspondents’ Club

Whether reporting from exotic locales or the world’s trouble spots, telling stories of tragedy or triumph, the work of a foreign correspondent is never dull. We’ve managed to pin down …


Private: Main Program: Ndaba Mandela: Going to the Mountain

In Going to the Mountain, Ndaba Mandela shares the story of his coming-of-age alongside South Africa’s rebirth. From the violent, segregated Soweto ghettos to his grandfather’s presidential home, join him …


Main Program: Fighting for the Forests

In the last half-century, more than 74 million hectares of Indonesian rainforest have been logged, burned, or degraded, with devastating effects for humans, animals and the land itself. Driven and …