Rob Bonnet presents sport bulletins on BBC One and BBC World as well as a weekly sports interview show, Extra Time, which is shown on BBC News 24 and BBC World.
For ten years, Rob was also the main sports presenter on Breakfast, updating viewers most Mondays to Thursdays but stepped down from this role in October 2005.
Rob joined the BBC in 1987 and worked as a Sports Reporter and Correspondent for BBC News. Eight years later, Rob joined the Breakfast team.
Before joining the BBC he’d worked as a dustman, an advertising number cruncher and a disc-jockey.
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