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Mary Nightingale joined ITV News in January 2001, and is now presenter of the ITV News at 6:30

Early Career

Mary started her journalism career at TV Tokyo, working on World Business Satellite. She then went on to work for BBC World Service Television’s World Business Report as a presenter and writer, covering economic and corporate news. In 1994, Mary also worked for Reuters Financial Television as a presenter on the early morning financial programme. She worked for ITN in 1995, presenting weekend editions of their World News service.

She has also covered sporting events for the major UK television networks, including the BBC Two’s Ski Sunday – for which she covered the 1996 World Skiing Championships in Sierra Nevada. The following year, she had co-presented the daily evening highlights programme on the Rugby World Cup in South Africa for ITV.

London Tonight

Mary co-presented early evening local news programme London Tonight with [[Alastair Stewart]] until April 1999. She also regularly appeared on the news network’s sister programme London Today.

ITV News

Mary was promoted to ITV News in 1999 as a relief presenter of various bulletins. She became the main presenter of the ITV News at 6:30 (formerly ITV Evening News) in 2001. Since 2008 she is a relief presenter of the relaunched ITV News at Ten. She reported on The Royal Wedding on 29 April 2011.

Breaking News

Since joining the ITV national news, Mary has regularly been involved of coverage of major events. Most notably, she presented regular updates during the 2001 ITV General Election coverage and was a major influence in the rolling coverage of the Queen Mother’s death in April 2002.

Other TV Work

Away from the newsroom, Mary presented ITV’s flagship holiday programme Wish You Were Here…? from 1999-2001 and also anchored The Really Good Food Show, I-Spy and Most Wanted. She has also co-presented Carlton Country, a factual series about life in the countryside, as well as the Holiday Programme on BBC One.

In April 2011, she tookover from Mark Nicholas as presenter of daytime cookery series, Britain’s Best Dish on ITV.

Awards

She won a prize for being Newscaster of the Year in the 2002 Television and Radio Industries Club (Tric) awards.

Twitter @nightingaleitv

• Mary Nightingale will present the ITV Evening News from Downing Street tonight, the day before polling day. Ready for @ITVEveningNews from Downing Street at 6.30. Join me then. pic.twitter.com/nk1tZyOflM — Mary Nightingale (@nightingaleitv) June 7, 2017 All the broadcasters' places marked out ready for…

Mary Nightingale presents the ITV Evening News from MediaCity in Salford, Manchester – The sight of the 2017 Leaders’ Debate.

ITV News presenter Mary Nightingale has launched a new official website at http://marynightingale.tv The website, which features images taken by photographer Steve Poole, showcases Mary’s career and achievements. During her time at ITV News Mary has been involved in some of the UK’s biggest stories….

I’ve received plenty of emails today regarding Mary Nightingale’s coat that she wore on Tuesday night in Manchester. @itvnewsinsider said the coat was bought about 10 years ago. The Label says “Sandwich.” Came from a shop in Turnham Green, West London and cost ?40 at…