Mike Johnson has been a BBC television and radio reporter and presenter for more than twenty years. You can watch and listen to examples of his work by clicking on this BBC link.
"The journalism I've done of which I'm most proud involves giving a voice to people who wouldn't normally have one.
"So if you click here you'll find a Radio 4 programme where I spoke to the boss of a company who believes murderers and armed robbers make better employees. It's all about the challenges and opportunities of employing ex-offenders. Jump to 17:25 in the programme to find it.
"And if you click here you can listen to a report about workers who live on the breadline - it features the man who cleaned then HSBC chairman Sir John Bond's office - he stood up at the company's annual general meeting and questioned the moralilty of a company which makes billions in profit but doesn't take responsibility for the low-paid workers servicing its offices."