Sarah Montague Bio, Age, Education, Husband, Kids, BBC, Net Worth

Sarah Montague

Sarah Montague Biography

Sarah Montague is a British media personality and presenter on Radio 4’s Today programme, and can be regularly seen on BBC Two’s Newsnight along side Jeremy Paxman and Jeremy Vine. In addition, Sarah is a main presenter on HARDtalk, a one-to-one indepth interview series for BBC News 24 channel.

Sarah Montague Age

Sarah Montague was born on 8th February, 1966, Guernsey, England.

Sarah Montague Height

Sarah stand at a height of 5 feet and 6 inches.

Sarah Montague Education

Montague attended Blanchelande College, a local independent school for girls, she read Biology at the University of Bristol, gaining a BSc.

Sarah Montague Nationality

Sarah Montague is a British Nationality.

Sarah Montague Parents

Sarah was born to Mary O’Malley and John Montague.

Sarah Montague Siblings

Sarah has not disclosed any information about her siblings.

Sarah Montague Husband

Montague married her husband Sir Richard Christopher Brooke in 2002. In 2012 her husband inherited the Brooke baronetcy, becoming the 12th baronet.

Sarah Montague Children

Montague and her husband Richard Christopher have three daughters and also has a stepdaughter.

Sarah Montague BBC

Sarah is one of the main anchors on Radio 4’s flagship Today Programme and presents HARDtalk on BBC World Television. In nearly 20 years at the BBC she has presented many of its news programmes from bulletins to Newsnight and BBC Breakfast. She was also one of the very first anchors on the BBC’s rolling News Channel. She has presented two series of “The Educators” for BBC Radio 4 and, in 2014, the hugely popular “My Teacher is an App” which explored the phenomenal changes in education being brought about by technology.

Montague began her career in finance with Natwest. At the age of 24 she made the leap into journalism, first working as a reporter and presenter at Channel Television in Guernsey and Jersey. In 1994 she moved to London as a freelance TV news reporter. After joining the staff of Reuters she moved to Sky News, before heading to the BBC in 1997.

Prior to presenting BBC Radio 4’s flagship Today Programme, Sarah presented BBC 2’s Newsnight alongside Jeremy Paxman and Jeremy Vine. She was also a regular presenter for the BBC News Channel’s Hardtalk programme as well as Breakfast with Frost, BBC News 24 and BBC Breakfast News.

Sarah became a reporter/presenter at Channel Television in Guernsey 1991. She moved back to London in 1994 as a freelance news reporter before joining Reuters Television in January 1995. From there she went to Sky News in January 1996 where she presented both business and news programmes. She joined the BBC in October 1997 and ever since her career has flourished.

Montagueis fast becoming a regular face on the BBC’s news and current affairs programmes. For her work she has been awarded with two honorary degrees by the University of Sussex and the University of Bristol. Because of Sarah’s presenting, journalistic and financial experience, she is most sought after for award ceremonies, corporate and financial seminars, and to host many sales conferences and similar functions throughout the country.

Sarah Montague New School

Montague is an award-winning radio and audio producer whose work in the public radio environment has lead her to craft courses in which broadcast culture, audio arts, drama, and sound intersect in both theory and practice. She is one of the founders, and faculty advisors, for The New School’s Internet radio station,

Sarah Montague Salary

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

Sarah Montague Net Worth

Sarah net worth is estimated to be USD 1 million.

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