Daniel Brown is a experienced journalist based in Paris, France. For the last 30 years he has traveled the world reporting in cultural, political and sporting fields, essentially in English and French. His features and reports regularly feature in publications in England and the US, and he has been broadcast worldwide (radio, television and the internet). Mr. Brown spent the bulk of his career collaborating with Radio France Internationale where he was a fulltime staff member for over 21 years. Thanks to his numerous assignments on the five continents (in particular Africa), he has acquired a reputation for reliable hardhitting reporting.
8 April 2011 Maurice Kirya is interviewed by Daniel Brown of Radio France International. He discusses his extensive world tour, being honoured with the Discovery Prize as "Best New African Artist", and his music.
Protesters gathered Saturday in the centre of Dakhla, a town in the disputed territory of Western Sahara. The demonstrations degenerated into violence and at least two people were killed in clashes between local Sahrawis, militias and the police. RFI's Daniel Brown was at the scene and he files this report.
France post-November 13: Musicians shocked but defiant: The massacre at the Bataclan concert hall in Paris spread fear and generated important financial losses for the artistic community there, but it also made artists more determined to carry on. Daniel Brown reports from the French capital two weeks after attacks which left 130 people dead and over 350 wounded.