Diana Uribe was born in Bogota and studied Philosophy and Literature at the University of the Andes. She presented the programme La Historia del mundo on Caracol Radio for over 18 years. She produces the podcast, dianauribe.fm, on which she continues to talk about history. She has been giving talks and lectures for over 15 years about different historical subjects. She is the Director of the Casa de la Historia. As an analyst of international affairs she was invited by the British Council to take part in the celebration of 20 years of the Northern Irish Peace Agreement in 2017; invited by the Colombian Embassy in Ghana to present the historical links between Ghana and Colombia; by the European Union to study the matter of German Reunification; by the Brazilian Government and UNESCO to study the Gold Route and heritage cities; and also invited by the Japan Foundation to study the history and religion of the Japanese people. In recent years she has been running trips as part of a cultural and historical project to tell countries’ stories, together with local guides. She has received various awards including the Premio Distrital Benkos Biohó (2016) and the Gusi Peace Prize (2011) thanks to her work in cultural and humanitarian fields. Her recent published works include Contracultura – los movimientos de los años 60 hacia la utopía (2016) and Brújula para el mundo contemporáneo (2018).