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Jane Hill Biography and Wiki
Jane Hill is a BBC journalist in the United Kingdom. She is one of the main BBC News presenters, and she is the main presenter on BBC News at One and BBC News at Five, as well as regularly presenting BBC Weekend News, BBC News at Ten, and BBC News at Six. She also hosts The World Tonight on BBC Radio 4 and BBC News at Five on Fridays on the BBC News Channel, which includes The Film Review with Mark Kermode.
Jane Hill Education
Micklefield School in East Sussex was her private school. She went on to study politics at Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London, earning a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in 1991.
Jane Hill Age and Birthday
How old is Jane? She is 53 years old as of 2022. She was born Jane Amanda Hillon on 10 June 1969 in Eastbourne, United Kingdom. Hill celebrates her birthday every 10th of June.
Jane Hill Height
Her height is not yet disclosed. Apparently, details about her other body measurements will be updated as soon as possible. ALSO READ: Nina Hossain
Jane Hill Family and Parents
Hill was born in Crawley, Sussex, to David and Margaret Hill on the same day and in the same hospital as former BBC Weather presenter Helen Young. She grew up in London.
Jane Hill Wife| Partner| Sara Sheperd
Jane is married to her partner Sara, and the two lives in North London, Sara is a camera operator whom she married in 2011.
Jane Hill Cancer | Illness
Jane revealed on social media in May that she was battling breast cancer in secret. She admitted to having a mastectomy but declined reconstructive surgery. Jane kept her cancer diagnosis hidden from the general public, but she was open with her friends, family, and coworkers.
Jane Hill Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $1 Million.
Jane Hill BBC News Career
Hill joined BBC Radio 5 Live as a producer shortly after it launched after completing the BBC journalism training programme. After completing the BBC Regional News Trainee Scheme, she began her career in television. She later became a BBC Radio Berkshire and South Today presenter before moving on to national news. Hill joined BBC News’ new 24-hour channel as an overnight presenter in November 1997, also appearing on the channel’s international counterpart BBC World News during the simulcast between the two. She covered a wide range of stories and events while at BBC News, including a week of special programs from Washington, DC in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. She went on to present live coverage of the first anniversary commemorations at Ground Zero in New York City on BBC News and BBC World News.
During the Iraq war, she hosted a number of special programs on BBC One and BBC Two, and on the day US forces captured Saddam Hussein in December 2003, she broadcast for nearly eight hours on both terrestrial channels, BBC News, and BBC World News. Hill oversaw local reporting in Portugal for the BBC’s coverage of Madeleine McCann’s disappearance in 2007. She flew to Portugal on the day the news broke and spent much of May there, conducting the BBC’s first interview with Kate and Gerry McCann. She returned to the Algarve for all of the major developments in the story, and at the end of the year, she produced a half-hour documentary about it. From April 2006 to August 2014, she co-presented with Matthew Amroliwala between 11:00 and 14:00, until they switched to 14:00 to 17:00 in March 2013.
She previously appeared on Monday through Thursday evenings from 19:00 to 22:00 with Chris Eakin. Hill also hosts news bulletins on BBC One and has previously hosted BBC Breakfast. She is a replacement presenter for BBC Weekend News on BBC One. On Monday, August 16, 2010, she began a week of filling in for Jeremy Vine on BBC Radio 2’s music and news program. In August 2014, Hill returned to BBC News at Six as a relief presenter, and she also joined the team of BBC News at Ten relief presenters. She appeared as herself in Edge of Tomorrow, a 2014 science fiction action film starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt. Hill appeared in a series of brief comic sketches at the end of episodes of No Such Thing as the News in 2016. Hill hosted the inaugural Diversity In Media Awards (DIMAS) in London on September 15, 2017.