Richard McColl has worked as a freelance journalist for 12 years in Colombia and before that from across the Americas contributing articles to a variety of media outlets. Print: Wall Street Journal, Dialogo-Americas (US), BBC online, Matador network (US), The Scotsman, Global Travel (UK), Aventura magazine (CR), Central America Weekly (CR), Newsweek, CNN Traveller, Traveller Magazine, South American Explorers Club Magazine (US), Travelbite.co.uk, Pure magazine, the Daily Telegraph (UK), the Independent (UK), Global Traveler (US), the Santiago Times (Chile), Tatler (UK), San Diego Reader (US), The City Paper Bogota (Col), The Bogota Post (Col), Business Insider (Col) Huffington Post, the Scrib (Can), Sidetracked Magazine (UK), Perceptive Travel (US), Running Times (US), NileGuide (US) Anadolu Agency (Tur), Latin Correspondent, The Daily Beast (US) Marx Rand Magazine Radio: BBC radio, BBC World Service, Radio 5 Live, NPR, Overseas Radio Network/ Escape Artist and Monocle 24. Television: BBC, CTV news (Can) RCN (Col), El Tiempo (Col), CNN Turk, DWtv news (Ger), TRT (Tur), Lonely Planet Docs, Where Next docs?, Sky One (UK), isNews (NY, Israel).
Colombia’s military faces challenges over peace talks
Colombian Army has growing Role in Flood Defence
Nukak disposession highlights Amazonian tribes’ plights
Seeking Garcia Marquez Magic in Colombia
En Busca de Macondo (BBCmundo spanish)
The Daily Beast
Who Will Hire Colombia’s Ex-Terrorists?
Where are the Bodies Buried in Colombia?
Did The U.S.-Cuba Deal Help Drive A Rebel Ceasefire in Colombia?
Wall Street Journal
Noise Levels Erupt on the Streets of Colombia as Elections Approach
ASIS Security Management
Secure Activism 101: How to Survive a Demonstration
Cocaine: an uneasy paradox in the Colombian Pacific
Cash and Reconciliation in Colombia
Bogota, Choking Herself Forwards
Colombia: the Forgotten Conquistador
Panama: Hats off to Progress
Providencia: Location, Location, Location
Ilha do Marajo: Treasure Island
The Havana Peace Accords: The FARC’s Last Chance?
Take Pride in Bogota
Colombia’s April Fool’s march against corruption or against peace?
Gustavo Petro, Bogota’s uncompromising heavy metal mayor
Colombian ELN Rebels Free Kidnapped Canadian Engineer Gernot Wober
Colombia Launches Offensive Against Illegal Mining in Eight Departments
Most Colombians Believe FARC Peace Talks Will Bear Fruit, Says Survey
Colombia’s ELN Guerrillas Free 2 German Hostages Held Since November
Bogotá Inaugurates Innovative Municipal Drug Treatment Program
Colombia’s ELN Frees 5 Foreigners; Canadian Man Remains in Captivity
Colombians Brace for Violence as FARC Ends Unilateral Ceasefire
Colombia’s Anti-FARC Battle Plays Out on Airwaves, Social Media
Colombian Officials Debate Anti-FARC Strategies at Bogotá Seminar
FARC Attacks Terrorize Inhabitants of Southwestern Colombian Town
Colombian Soldier Landmine Injuries Treated At Bogotá Hospital
Flooding Prompts Humanitarian Response from Colombian Army
Latest Bogotá Bombing Targets Outspoken FARC Critic, Unnerves Residents
Colombian Troops Shut down FARC rebel Hospital in Bogota
Colombia: Off The Beaten Path
Heart of Cartagena
Bogota: Brick by Brick
Panama City: Side by Side
Bogota: Closer to the Stars
Colombia’s Wild East, the Guajira Desert
Future Looks Bright for Panama
Where Ghostly Tales and Hidden Treasure are all in a day’s work
House-Hunting in Marquez Country
Colombia: A Long Way from Home
Araracuara: Travels with Rambo
Perceptive Travel Magazine
Tranquilandia Transformed in Colombia
San Diego Reader
Caño Cristales, Colombia. On the region’s blood-red river, and other anomalies.
Providencia, Colombia: Tales of pirates and Puritans in this Caribbean island hideaway
I Am Rambo in Chiribiquete
Surinam: Outpost for the Scottish Diaspora
Carnaval en Rio – Firsthand
Into the Heart of Magic Realism Country
Striking a Balance in the Falklands
Uncharted101: One Man’s Follies in Macondo
Talking About Colombia: “Was Gabo an Irishman?” By Guest blogger Richard McColl
Talking About Colombia: “Mompos.” By guest blogger Richard McColl.