Keynote speaker Kirsty Wark is a professional speaker and facilitator. She is one of Britain’s most experienced television journalists and has hosted a wide range of programmes over the last 27 years. Kirsty feels like a fish in the water when talking in front of an audience.
Kirsty Wark is a highly sought-after speaker and journalist. She is a regular presenter of BBC2’s Newsnight, Elections and other non-news related shows. She has been with the BBC since 1976, when she joined BBC Radio Scotland to become a radio producer.
Until today, she is a very successful journalist and was awarded for her work several times.
Kirsty Wark conducted long form interviews with some of the most interesting people in today’s world, from Margaret Thatcher to Madonna. Kirsty has also made some cameo appearances in a range of tv series and films like Dr Who or The Amazing Mrs Pritchard. In 2014, Kirsty’s debut novel The “Legacy of Elizabeth Pringle” was published. It is a multi-generational story of love and belonging set on the Scottish island of Arran. It was received very well by the critics.
As a keynote speaker Kirsty Wark is highly professional and knows her way around at any kind of event. She has chaired many different corporate events and knows perfectly about the needs of the audience.
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