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Martine Croxall is a regular presenter of the BBC News Channel

Martine joined the BBC in 1991 when she was a producer for BBC Radio Leicester. She was soon in front of the camera, presenting and reporting for East Midlands Today.

She then moved to London to work on Newsroom South East in 1997. Three years later, Martine moved to present the new, and short-lived, UK Today programme before joining BBC News 24.

Martine grew up in rural Leicestershire, went to school in Coventry and read geography at the University of Leeds.

JINXED! this is what happen to Martine Croxall last week (below)..

Name? Martine Croxall Age? 36 Where are you from? Leicestershire originally How did you get started in broadcasting? Work experience at BBC Radio Leicester When was that? 1992 Why News broadcasting? When I joined the BBC, the emphasis was on joualism, so it was the…

Adam Parsons is back on the BBC News channel today presenting alongside Martine Croxall.. Parsons left the BBC in 2009 to become director of communications and public affairs for The British Olympic Association (BOA). In June 2010 Adam joined the Hotel chain Travelodge as director…

On 11th March 2011, a 8.9 magnitude earthquake struck the north-east coast of Japan, triggering a 30-foot Tsunami

@martinecroxall What more can you tell us about your new slot? — Bestdogadvice (@bestdogadvice) March 11, 2013 @bestdogadvice I am going to be doing the new late shift on BBC News – Clive Myrie does the start of the week. I do the end/weekends —…