World Fixer recently worked on a project travelling overland through Myanmar with the Purple Monkey Agency ( for a series called ‘Great Overland Adventure’ broadcast on NDTV Prime. The series is the story of two made in India Mercedes Benz cars, the GLA 200 CDI and the GL 350 CDI,  circumnavigating the globe (find it here: #GLAadventure). […]

WorldFixer’s, William Lloyd George spoke with acclaimed journalist Robert Fisk who has been living and working in the Middle East for over forty years. Now The Independent’s correspondent in Beirut covering the region, Fisk has reported from Israel, Kosovo, Iraq, Bosnia and Afghanistan. He is a seven time winner of the International Journalist of the […]

This week, World Fixer’s co-founder William Lloyd-George spoke with Peter Bouckaert about his many experiences working with fixers and views on the state of the industry. Peter has worked in and reported on most major wars and conflicts over the last two decades, as one of the most respected human rights investigators in his field. […]

Four men were sitting in a living room. One of them, a journalist, asks the other two, kidnappers, what is your preferred type of victim? The kidnappers response brought a solemn quietness to the room: people who look exactly like you… The fourth guy was me, a local fixer, and luckily I had the expertise […]

BBC Radio 4 recently broadcast ‘The Harrages of Algeria’ on it’s ‘Crossing Continents’ strand about migration. It was produced by Lucy Ash who worked with veteran fixer Said Chitour to give us an insight into why so many young men are leaving Algeria in search of a life in Europe. WF spoke to both Said […]

Set in Cairo ‘Facing the Fixer’ is an insightful documentary about the importance of the role of fixers in foreign Journalism. The piece is kindly lent to the World Fixer Community by film maker Jessica Gutch.   The film is set in Cairo and features several fixers, news assistants, and journalists, whose contributions all build an articulate, intelligent […]

This article was duplicated with kind permission from ‘‘, a digital news publication out of India. Please follow the link at the bottom to view the full piece: Foreign film crews hope that ‘Make in India’ will translate into easier shooting permits By Nandini Ramnath  · Apr 14, 2015 · 05:49 pm   Line producers and the leading film guild […]