Nuala McGovern is a presenter for BBC News.
Before joining the BBC, McGovern was a producer on The Brian Lehrer Show for New York’s flagship public radio station WNYC Radio during nine years, where she was part of a Peabody Award-winning team.
During this time she was also the founding producer of a spin-off show, Brian Lehrer Live: Where Web Video Meets the Issues.
McGovern joined the BBC in 2009 as a presenter and producer of World: Have Your Say on the BBC World Service.
In 2012 she became one of the founding presenters of Newsday, the World Service’s new breakfast programme.
Gavin Grey is a presenter for BBC News. Gavin first appeared on BBC News during 2010, presenting BBC Breakfast during a day of strike action by the National Union of Journalists over pension cuts which regular presenters where participating in. He returned during subsequent strike action the following year, and has since continued to appear on an occasional basis, including… Read more
Ellie Crisell – born 19 July 1976 – is news presenter for the BBC. Crisell currently presents the BBC One 8pm news summary, and is a relief presenter on the BBC News Channel. She was formerly the main presenter of children’s news bulletin program Newsround on CBBC and Newsround Extra.
Sophie Long is an English journalist who works for BBC News After gaining a BBC scholarship, the first bursary endowed in honour of the late Jill Dando, Long studied for a diploma in broadcast journalism at Falmouth College of Arts. On graduation, she worked at BBC Radio Cornwall and as a reporter for Spotlight, before joining the BBC’s News Training… Read more
Julia Somerville has worked for the BBC and ITN as a news presenter After graduation, Somerville joined publisher IPC, working on Homes and Gardens magazine, a Women’s Journal, the PR section of Woman’s Own. Then for two years she was editor of a computer group’s house magazine. Somerville joined the BBC in 1972 as a sub-editor in the radio newsroom,… Read more
Chris Rogers has presented and reported for Sky News, ITV News, ITV ‘Tonight” documentary series, and is currently a presenter for BBC News. Rogers came to prominence at nineteen as a presenter of Newsround on BBC One in 1994. Among his investigative work Rogers has covered the plight of abandoned children left in institutions in Eastern Europe, particularly in Romania…. Read more
Nicholas Owen is a relief presenter on the BBC News Channel, presenting mainly at weekends. Prior to this, he co-presented the ITV Lunchtime News with Katie Derham as well as reporting at home and abroad for ITV News bulletins. Other previous roles have included anchoring ITN’s Channel 4 News. From 1994 to 2000 Nicholas was Royal Correspondent for ITV News…. Read more
Clive Myrie is a BBC News presenter. Prior to this, he was a BBC correspondent in Paris, Washington and in Asia and during his career has covered many major stories including the impeachment of President Clinton, the war in Kosovo, the Mozambique floods, the Palestinian uprising and the fall of the Taleban in Afghanistan. Clive joined the BBC in 1987.
Gavin Esler is a presenter on BBC News Channel. He is currently the deputy presenter of BBC News at Five and a relief presenter on the BBC News Channel. For the BBC, Esler is also the main presenter of the weekly news discussion programme Dateline London and its Scottish equivalent Dateline Scotland. In 2007 Esler separated from his wife of… Read more
Rachel Schofield is a regular stand-in presenter on the BBC News Channel. She started her career at the BBC on BBC Radio Newcastle in 1999 and also reported for BBC Look North. She then moved to be a reporter for BBC Radio Four before joining the BBC News. Schofield resigned from her position in September 2012 although has returned on… Read more