Joanna Gosling Bio, Age, Education, Husband, Kids, BBC NEWS, Net Worth

Joanna Gosling

Joanna Gosling Biography

Joanna Gosling is an English television news presenter, broadcast journalist and author. She presents on the United Kingdom rolling news channel BBC News, including on BBC2 from 11am until 1pm. She also often presents the BBC News at One. Having previously worked for Independent Local Radio, Central Television in the Midlands and Sky News she has been with the BBC since 1999.

Joanna Gosling Age

Joanna was born on 5th January, 1971, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England.

Joanna Gosling Height

Gosling stand at a height of 5 feet and 7 inches tall.

Joanna Gosling Education

Joanna was educated at Aylesbury High School. She was academic and had a flair for languages, and went on from school to study at the University of Birmingham, from where she has a degree in French. After graduating, she decided on a career in broadcast journalism. She attended the University of Grenoble in France, and had originally wanted to be a war correspondent.

Joanna Gosling Nationality

She is a British nationality.

Joanna Gosling Ethnicity

Joanna is of white ethnicity.

Joanna Gosling Parents

She was born to Cynthia and Keith Gill.

Joanna Gosling Siblings

She has three siblings however she has not revealed the information to the public.

Joanna Gosling Husband

She was married to Sir Craig Oliver, the couple divorced in 2014. Sir Craig Stewart Oliver is a British news editor, producer and media executive, and the former Director of Politics and Communications for British prime minister David Cameron. Previously, he was Controller of English news output for BBC Global News, responsible for commissioning the news content for the corporation’s English-language global services, including the BBC World Service, BBC World News and BBC News Online.

Joanna Gosling Children

Joanna Gosling is a little bit low key about her children. However, it is reported that Honor Oliver is 11 years old, Lona Oliver is 14 years, and Maya Oliver is 17 years old now. And the adorable family is residing in Hammersmith.

Joanna Gosling BBC News

Joanna began her broadcasting career as a trainee reporter, completing a series of work placements at Birmingham’s BBC WM, Fox FM in Oxfordshire and BBC Radio Scotland in Edinburgh, before securing her first full-time position with Independent Radio News where she read the news for Chris Moyles on Capital Radio.

She worked as a freelance reporter for Central Television and later Sky News, and has been with the BBC since August 1999. As a presenter on BBC News 24, Gosling initially worked on the overnight slot when the channel was simulcast with BBC One and BBC World, before moving to the 9:00 am–1:00 pm morning shift with Ben Geoghegan, and then Phillip Hayton.

Along with Hayton, she was part of the team which anchored coverage of the first anniversary of the September 11 attacks in 2002. In December 2003, she moved to a weekend evening slot on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays with Chris Lowe. She had taken over from Anna Jones who moved to her old weekday slot alongside Hayton. During summer 2006, she also appeared as an occasional presenter on BBC Breakfast.

Gosling presented the 7:00–10:00 pm shift on the BBC News Channel alongside Ben Brown from Monday to Thursday from 2007 to 2013. Until February 2008, the slot included the programme News 24 Tonight. From 2013, she has presented from 11:00 am and 2:00 pm on the channel, also between Monday and Thursday.

Gosling can also occasionally be seen presenting Bank Holiday evening and late bulletins of BBC Weekend News on BBC One. She is also occasionally seen on BBC One presenting news specials.

She presented analysis of the televised economic debate following that programme on 23 June 2010 alongside Nicholas Owen, the programme being a response to the previous day’s emergency budget, and in August interviewed the jazz singer Jamie Cullum as he prepared to give a concert as part of the 2010 Proms at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

In December 2010, she spoke to Matt Cardle, the winner of the seventh series of The X Factor, which had been announced the previous evening. On 29 April 2011, she was part of the BBC team which presented coverage of the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. She presented the BBC News programme on 18 April 2017 that broke the news of Theresa May calling for a snap general election.

she was one of several BBC newsreaders to take part in a charity fundraiser in aid of Leonard Cheshire Disability and the Helen & Douglas House hospices in 2009. Gosling, Fiona Bruce, Kate Silverton, Sophie Raworth, and Emily Maitlis performed a medley of songs from The Sound of Music at the Newsroom’s Got Talent contest in London, which was presided over by Piers Morgan and Arlene Philips. They lost out to a team from ITV News who performed songs from the musical film Grease.

Joanna Gosling Book

Her first book, Simply Wonderwoman: A survival guide for women with too much to do, was published in October 2011 by Kyle Books. It is a guide for busy working women with children. The book was serialised in the Daily Mail. Her second, Homemade Simple: Stylish, Practical Makes for Living and Giving was published in September 2013. The book features a series of projects for making things for the home.

Joanna Gosling Salary

She earns an estimated net worth of USD 80,000.

Joanna Gosling Net Worth

Her net worth is estimated to be USD 1 million.

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