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Susanna Reid is to join ITV as a presenter on Good Morning Britain She has been a journalist for almost 20 years, beginning her career at BBC Radio Bristol, before moving to BBC Radio 5 live and joining BBC News 24. Having been a regular…

Sophie Raworth currently presents the BBC One O’clock News each Monday-Thursday. Sophie joined the BBC regional trainee scheme in 1992 and went on to become a reporter for Greater Manchester Radio. Just two years later, she moved to Brussels to become the BBC’s regions Europe…

Noel Thompson co-presents BBC Newsline for viewers in Northern Ireland each weekday evening alongside Donna Traynor. Noel joined the BBC in 1979 and has since presented the BBC’s Breakfast News and Newsnight programmes. Noel also now anchors BBC Northern Ireland television’s innovative political series, Hearts…

Natasha Margaret Kaplinsky (born 9 September 1972 in Brighton) is a British newsreader, formerly employed by Five and the BBC. She is also famous for winning the 1st season of Strictly Come Dancing. Biography Kaplinsky’s parents are Raphael Kaplinsky, an exiled Jewish South African economics…

Jeremy Bowen is BBC News’ Middle East Editor. Jeremy had been a special correspondent for BBC Television News since March 2003, including his most recent assignment in Rome. He previously co-presented BBC One’s Breakfast for two years after its launch in October 2000. Jeremy joined…

Darren Jordon is a presenter with Al-Jazeera International, based in Doha. Prior to this, Darren was a presenter on the BBC’s One O’clock News and weekend bulletins. Darren joined BBC News in 1999 from BBC Sport, where he was a part of the BBC News…

Mishal is well known internationally for her work on BBC World News, where she fronts the flagship programme ‘Impact with Mishal Husain’. She also presents news bulletins on BBC One. Mishal has reported from around the world for the BBC for over ten years and…

Bill first joined Breakfast as a reporter in 1988, and says he feels like he’s never really left. He has been a presenter on the programme since 2001. Bill’s first film for the programme all those years ago was about wild flowers, he says. He…

Dermot Murnaghan is currently a presenter on Sky News, joining the news channel in January 2008. Dermot joined the BBC in 2002 and throughout his tenure, was a presenter on the BBC’s Six O’clock and Ten O’clock bulletins as well as Breakfast. He also presented…

Sian is a presenter on Channel 5 News. Sian has been a broadcast journalist for the BBC for more than 26 years. She started in local radio in the North West of England, before moving to Radio 4 as a current affairs producer. She then…

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