Carrie Gracie is the BBC’s former China editor.
Carrie joined the BBC World Service in 1987 as a production trainee and served as Beijing reporter from 1991 until 1995.
After returning to school, Carrie returned to the Beijing bureau for two years but then returned to the UK in 1999, initially as a presenter on BBC World Service before becoming a presenter on BBC News.
Carrie was born in Bahrain and educated in Kent, Aberdeenshire and Glasgow and before joining the BBC, she set up a restaurant and small business as well as teaching children in China.
The BBC’s Carrie Gracie has quit her role as China Editor over gender pay. She accused the BBC of presiding over a “secretive and illegal pay culture”, adding the organisation’s management was “breaking equality law” in how it paid female staff. The BBC said there…
BBC News presenter Carrie Gracie bided farewell to the News Channel this morning after 13 years as one of its main presenters. Carrie is moving on to a newly-created post at BBC News, the corporation’s first China Editor. She will start the role in spring…
Images: Carrie Gracie returns to the BBC News Channel after having treatment for cancer.