Fiona Bruce

Biography: Presenting many of the BBC's news programming, Fiona Bruce is the highest paid female newsreader on British television.

Her career at the BBC began over 15 years ago in 1989, starting as a researcher, then as assistant producer on Panorama (1953-) where she covered a variety of different current global news events taking her to places such as the USA and The Gulf. In 1992, Fiona became an on-screen news reporter, reporting on BBC's Breakfast News, as well as presenting the BBC World Service's (radio service) daily news programme Newsday. Throughout the 1990's, she went on to host the BBC's regional network for the south of England (London, Essex, Kent and Sussex) on BBC South East and also became a reporter for the local station's news programme, First Sight. She went to the national news origonally co-hosting the Six 'O' Clock News then from 1999 onwards, presenting the BBC's Ten 'O' Clock News until Hew Edward took over in 2003. Away from presenting the BBC's
Presenting many of the BBC's news programming, Fiona Bruce is the highest paid female newsreader on British television.

Her career at the BBC began over 15 years ago in 1989, starting as a researcher, then as assistant producer on Panorama (1953-) where she covered a variety of different current global news events taking her to places such as the USA and The Gulf.

In 1992, Fiona became an on-screen news reporter, reporting on BBC's Breakfast News, as well as presenting the BBC World Service's (radio service) daily news programme Newsday.

Throughout the 1990's, she went on to host the BBC's regional network for the south of England (London, Essex, Kent and Sussex) on BBC South East and also became a reporter for the local station's news programme, First Sight.

She went to the national news origonally co-hosting the Six 'O' Clock News then from 1999 onwards, presenting the BBC's Ten 'O' Clock News until Hew Edward took over in 2003.

Away from presenting the BBC's flagship news programmes, Fiona was asked to replace the much loved Jill Dando as host of Crimewatch UK after she was brutally murdered, and from 2000 onwards she remains.

Fiona has also gone on to host The Antiques Roadshow alonside Michael Aspel, presenting the BBC's main current affairs programme Panorama, as well as her own, Real Story with Fiona Bruce, Newsnight on BBC Two, Public Eye and taking over as host of the quiz classic Call My Bluff. She can sometimes be seen hosting the news on BBC News 24, and has been a regular impersonation on Dead Ringers.
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Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd Antiques Roadshow (UK): Season 31 Sep 7, 2008 Host tbd
tbd The Andrew Marr Show: Season 4 Aug 31, 2008 Guest Presenter 5.0
tbd Just the Two of Us: Season 1 Feb 24, 2006 Contestant tbd