Jeremy Francis John Bowen (born 6 February 1960, in Cardiff) is a British journalist and television presenter.
Educated at Cardiff High School, University College London (BA, History) and the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University in Washington, D.C., he joined the BBC in 1984 and has been a war correspondent for much of his career. He has reported from more than 70 countries, covering conflicts in the Gulf, El Salvador, Lebanon, the West Bank, Afghanistan, Croatia, Bosnia, Chechnya, Somalia and Rwanda. After a spell as Rome correspondent (including the death of Pope John Paul II), he is currently Middle Eastern Editor for the BBC.
Bowen also presented Breakfast, the BBC news programme every morning for two years (2000–2002) along with Sophie Raworth.
Jeremy became the Middle East correspondent in 1995 and won Best News Correspondent at the New York Television Festival.
Since March 2003 Jeremy Bowen has been a special correspondent for BBC Television News.