Kay Burley presents from 3pm to 7pm each Monday-Thursday on Sky News.
During the summer of 2006, she also presented the Five News 5.30pm bulletin each weeknight.
She joined Sky in February 1988, launching the Sky One Entertainment Channel in November 1988 with her own documentary “The Satellite Revolution”.
Hosting more live television than most, Kay was on-air when the second plane hit the World Trade Centre in New York. Other breaking stories she’s covered include the crash and subsequent relaunch of Concorde, the fall of the Berlin Wall and the death of Princess Margaret.
In addition to breaking news, Kay has interviewed an illustrious array of names from the world of politics, sport and entertainment.
Mum to Alexander, who was born in 1993, Kay was voted The Most Desirable Woman for the third year running. Kay was delighted; Alexander was embarrassed.
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Kay Burley: “What to do when your interviewees won’t stop talking but you are about to fall off air…#improvise“
Sky News at Five openers on 13th March 2017 with Kay Burley in Westminster and Colin Brazier in Edinburgh on the day parliament debates Article 50 #Brexit, and Nicola Sturgeon announces she will seek a second Scottish Independence referendum #IndyRef2
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