Presenter & Assistant Producer
Documentary. Stacey Dooley investigates the impact of tourism on the increasingly popular holiday destination of Kenya.
Stacey Dooley travels to Orlando in the aftermath of the Pulse Bar shootings.
Stacey travels to Turkey, Russia and Brazil to uncover surprising and shocking stories about these countries’ attitudes towards sex and prostitution in a hard-hitting three part series.
Stacey joined fellow Show Me What You're Made Of presenters Robert Keene and Jasmine McAteer for science-based game show in which science-monkey superhero Dr Brain pits children and CBBC celebrities against one another.
Stacey Dooley returns as a guest panellist, week commencing 29th March, on Channel 5's long-running daytime discussion programme The Wright Stuff .
Stacey is investigating domestic abuse in the UK.
Stacey is one of four inspirational speakers at Ed Talks: Tomorrow’s People, sponsored by UKTV, on Wednesday 26 March, hosted by writer, comedian and former physics student Ben Miller, marking the start of 40th anniversary of the Guardian Edinburgh International Television Festival, powered by YouTube.
Stacey played a part in the 2015 Watersprite, The Cambridge International Film Festival.
Alongside Seyi Rhodes, Stacey were in conversation with Brian Woods discussing their roles as television presenters and investigative journalists, reporting from some of the most dangerous locations around the world.