Moira Stuart currently presents the morning and lunchtime bulletins each Sunday on BBC One.
Prior to this, she presented the news bulletins on Breakfast every Monday to Wednesday.
She has also presented many of the BBC’s main news bulletins including the Six and Nine O’clock News as well as a variety of programmes on radio and television including The Quincy Jones Story, The Best of Jazz, Open Forum and The Holiday Programme. With Adam Shaw, she also presents the personal finance series Cashing In. And she has appeared on The News Quiz on BBC Radio Four.
Moira has won a number of awards including “Best Newscaster of the Year” in 1988 by the TV and Radio Industries Club Awards, and in 1989 “Best Television Personality” by the Women of Achievement Awards. In 1994 Moira was named “Best Female Television Personality” by the Black Journalists’ Association, and in 1997 “Best Media Personality” by The Voice newspaper.
Moira’s interests include music, film and travel.
Moira Stuart is to leave the staff of BBC News, the corporation has announced. Stuart, who was dropped from her newsreading roles on The Andrew Marr Show and Breakfast, has left with immediate effect. Her career at the BBC spanned 34 years and included stints…
Moira Stuart has said farewell to the Breakfast newsdesk after 6 years. Stuart, one of the BBC’s most recognisable faces, is staying with the corporation however. She will continue presenting at the newsdesk on Sunday AM, presented by Andrew Marr each Sunday morning and she…