Julia Hartley-Brewer Bio, Husband, QT, Young, Talk Radio, Networth

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Julia Hartley-Brewer Biography

Julia Hartley-Brewer is an English radio host, political correspondent, and newspaper columnist. Hartley hosts the weekday breakfast radio show on Talkradio.

Julia Hartley-Brewer Age

Brewer was born on May 1968 in Birmingham, England.

Julia Hartley-Brewer Height

Hartley stands at an estimated height of 5 feet and 8 inches tall.

Julia Hartley-Brewer Education

Hartley went to Oldfield Girl’s Comprehensive School in Bath and then transferred to Woodhouse Sixth Form College in Finchley, North of London. Julia later enrolled at Magdalene College, Oxford, where he obtained a degree in Politics, Philosophy, and economics. Additionally, she earned a diploma in Journalism at the School of Journalism at Cardiff University.

Julia Hartley-Brewer Nationality

Hartley holds British nationality.

Julia Hartley-Brewer Parents

Hartley is the son of Michael John Hartley-Brewer and her mother in Birmingham. Michael, her father, ran for the position of the labor party in Selly Oak in the 1970 general elections, and her mother was a general practitioner.

Julia Hartley-Brewer Husband

Brewer is a married woman. She is married to Rob Walton. Rob and Julia got married in 2006. The couple has one daughter whose name is not mentioned.

Julia Hartley-Brewer Question Time

Brewer aired as a panelist for Have I Got News For You ten Times on the comedy quiz film. She has also aired frequently as a panelist on BBC’s One’s Question and Any Question on Radio 4. Hartley is currently a regular commentator and pundit on radio and TV. This includes the BBC News Channel, The ITV Tonight Show, Sky News, The Agenda On ITV, BBC Radio 5 Live, PM Programs, and Sunday Politics on BBC1.

Julia Hartley-Brewer Talk Radio

Hartley-Brewer is currently the host of the weekday breakfast radio show on Talkradio. 

Her career in journalism began as an East London Advertiser in Bethnal Green based in east London. London Evening Standard Later employed Hartley as a news reporter and political correspondent. In 2006, Julia covered two major political documentaries for the television channels BBC Two and BBC Four. The documentaries targeted the history of British Deputy Prime Ministers, entitled Every Prime Minister Needs a Willie. It also narrates the history of the Leader of the Opposition in The Worst Job in Politics.

Brewer later moved to The Guardian, holding on to the position up to September 2000. She then joined the Sunday Express as a political correspondent, promoted to the political editor from 2001 to 2007. The station appointed her as the Assistant Editor, Covering Politics and authoring a weekly opinion column. She resigned from the Sunday Express in February 2011.

Julia Hartley-Brewer’s Podcast

Hartley brings the best bits of her Breakfast show on Talk Tv, airing then on Talk Tv Podcast. She also presents content such as new stories of the day, big-name guests, and agendas setting political interrogation. The podcast, as of 2022, has aired more than 500 episodes.

Julia Hartley-Brewer’s Networth

Her net worth is approximately USD 10, 684,67. Brewer earns an estimated annual salary of USD 102,583.

Julia Hartley-Brewer’s Political views

Hartkey was a long-standing advocate and backer of Brexit during the campaign in 2016. Brewer described herself as a long-standing republican and staunch and was an honorary associate of the National Secular Society in 2010.

Julia Hartley-Brewer’s Social Media

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Twitter: Julia Hartley-Brewer@JuliaHB1