Kate Silverton Bio, Age, Education, Husband, Kids, BBC News, Net Worth

Kate Silverton

Kate Silverton Biography

Kate Silverton is an English journalist and a broadcaster. She formerly worked as a broadcaster and newsreader for the BBC. She was a regular presenter of BBC News at One and BBC Weekend News, as well as making occasional appearances on the BBC News Channel and BBC World News.

Kate has a wealth of experience on the corporate circuit and a popular choice for hosting Award Ceremonies and conferences, bringing personality, warmth and humour to proceedings. She has appeared on “Have I Got News for You” and “Top Gear”.

Kate Silverton Age

Kate Silverton was born on 4th August, 1970, Waltham Abbey, Essex, England.

Kate Silverton Height

Kate stand at a height of 5 feet and 6 inches tall.

Kate Silverton Education

Silverton graduated from St. Cuthbert’s Society, a college at Durham University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology.

Kate Silverton Nationality

Silverton is an English Nationality.

Kate Silverton Parents

Silverton is the daughter of Terry Silverton, a black-cab driver-turned-registered hypnotherapist and Patricia Silverton.

Kate Silverton Siblings

Silverton has two sisters, Claire and Amy.

Kate Silverton Husband

Kate is married to Mike Heron. a former Royal Marine, they met while on a course training her how to cope in “hostile environment.

Kate Silverton Children

Kate and her husband, Mike Heron have two children, namely Wilbur Silverton Heron and Clemency Florence Rose Heron.

Kate Silverton BBC News

Silverton is a highly accomplished, versatile journalist and popular presenter of BBC news, current affairs and entertainment programmes. Kate anchors the prime time weekend news bulletins for BBC One and regularly guest presents on Saturday Live for Radio 4. She has presented her own weekly radio show for BBC Five Live, debating the week’s topical News stories with expert guests and politicians.

Kate has a wealth of experience on the corporate circuit and a popular choice for hosting Award Ceremonies and conferences, bringing personality, warmth and humour to proceedings. In 2012, Kate secured an exclusive interview with His Royal Highness, The Duke of Cambridge who gave her a rare and extremely candid interview about his anger over the current levels of rhino poaching in Africa. Her documentary drew support and praise from the United Nations teams.

Silverton has travelled extensively throughout Africa and the Middle East as well as parts of the Far East and Europe. Her journeys, which began as a teenager, were inspired by a curiosity about the world and in particular, areas of conflict. Her first journey saw her living on a Kibbutz in Israel before hitch-hiking her way across the country to meet people living in the Palestinian Territories – a journey that saw her shot at and teargassed.

Silverton lived with Bedouin in the desert in Egypt and survived being drugged and robbed in the former Yugoslavia. At 19 she volunteered as a venturer with Operation Raleigh (now Raleigh International) and travelled to Zimbabwe where she helped build schools, lavatories and contributed to field studies – being charged by an elephant and stung by a scorpion in the process! These experiences; immersing herself within hugely disparate cultures around the globe; have continued to prove the driving force for her reporting both in the UK and abroad.

Kate is an active supporter of a number of charities including TUSK, Kids Company and has twice taken part in the London Triathlon to raise money for SPARKS children’s’ charity. A keen sportswoman, Kate presented various events at the Olympic Games with a focus on the Marathon and Road Races.

Kate Silverton Salary

Silverton earns an estimated annual salary of USD 150,000.

Kate Silverton Net Worth

Kate’s net worth is estimated to be USD 1 million.

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