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Gillian Joseph is a news presenter on Sky News

She joined Sky News in October 2005 from the BBC where she presented the news bulletins in Breakfast and on BBC London News. Since joining Sky, Gillian has presented a number of the channel’s main bulletins, including Sky News at Ten and Sky News Tonight.

Gillian started her career at the BBC’s regional news programme in Manchester and then moved on to be a reporter and then producer at Radio Merseyside in Liverpool and was one of the first reporters on the James Bulger murder case in 1993. Gillian then returned to London where she became a presenter and reporter of BBC Radio 1’s Newsbeat programme. She has reported for most major BBC News programmes and regulary presents for BBC Radio 5 Live.

Gillian lives in north west London with her two daughters and husband.

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  • Lisa

    Gillian Joseph is an impeccable reader and an individual that stands out as an iconic character for African women in Britain. I wish her the very best in her career.

  • Dr L Reeves

    I seriously object to Gillian Joseph’s half-baked comments this morning about new research concerning cats. Who is she to questions their findings, does she have a back ground in scientific methodology and analysis? Her comments were sloppily generalistic with no foundation based only on her personal prejudice – ‘cats are selfish’ – a belief thoroughly contradicted by the experience of tens of millions of cat owners worldwide. Apart from being specist and unnecessarily unpleasant to a whole class of innocent animals, her comments were just plain inane and immature.