Caroline Feraday

Caroline Feraday is an award-winning broadcast journalist, with over 25 years of experience on-air. Originally from the U.K where she was a leading broadcaster – anchoring for BBC News and Sky News – as well as reporting for a variety of outlets including BBC News, and at Europe’s #1 radio station 95.8 Capital FM – she covered terror attacks, the Iraq war, entertainment news – and – fun fact – was once the opening act for the Spice Girls at Wembley!

Caroline has dual US/UK citizenship and has lived on the West Coast of the United States since 2013. She’s currently SoCal Audio Journalist of the Year awarded by the LA Press Club and has various other prestigious awards including seven Golden Mike Awards gained since joining KCLU Radio in 2020. She also won the Prince Philip Medal in the U.K. for “outstanding contribution to radio and journalism.”

She regularly covers international news for UK and Turkish news outlets, but her proudest moments are as mom to her 5-year-old daughter (especially when she catches her interviewing her dolls using mom’s microphone!)