Nina Warhurst is a well-known BBC journalist and presenter, who is highly experienced in business, politics, and international reporting. Her work has taken her to countries around the world, and she has interviewed several high-profile politicians, including three Prime Ministers. Nina is known for her versatility, expertise, and engaging personality, making her an ideal choice for a wide range of events.
Why you should book Nina Warhurst for your next event
- Expertise and Experience: With her extensive experience in business, politics, and international reporting, Nina Warhurst brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to any event. Whether you’re looking for a keynote speaker or a panel moderator, Nina has the skills to engage and inform your audience on a wide range of topics.
- Versatility and Adaptability: Nina’s experience in a variety of roles, from business presenter to political correspondent to international reporter, demonstrates her versatility and adaptability as a journalist and presenter. She is able to navigate complex topics and deliver content in an engaging and accessible way, making her an ideal choice for a diverse range of events.
- Relatable and Engaging: Despite her impressive resume, Nina Warhurst is known for her down-to-earth and relatable approach to presenting and reporting. She has a warm and engaging personality that helps to put audiences at ease, making her an ideal choice for events where a personal connection with the audience is important.
Nina Warhurst is the BBC Breakfast’s main business presenter, and often fills in as anchor on the famous “red sofa.” She regularly presents on 5Live, and is hosting the BBC’s official Eurovision podcast. Nina is often seen running around a factory or a farm, delivering the latest economic news in a high-vis jacket and wellies.
Her previous work as a Political Correspondent means she’s interviewed three Prime Ministers – two of them at Downing Street. Journalism has taken Nina to Russia, Argentina, Brazil, Azerbaijan, Israel and the West Bank. She once got stranded with the Royal Navy off the coast of Libya over the fall of Colonel Gadaffi.
Nina is happiest at home in Manchester with her husband, her two little boys and her cat. An Edwardian house renovation and a father with dementia also keep her busy.
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