Nina Hossain BBC News, Bio, Age, Wiki, Net Worth, Family, Parents, Husband, Children, Height

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Nina Hossain Biography and Wiki

Nina Hossain is a British journalist and television presenter who works as the lead host of ITV Lunchtime News for ITN. From March to June 2020, she hosted the weekly Coronavirus: Q&A on ITV.

Nina Hossain Education

She holds a St Cuthbert’s Society degree from the University of Durham. She then earned a postgraduate diploma in broadcast journalism from the University of Central Lancashire’s Journalism, Media, and Communication department in Preston.

Nina Hossain Age

How old is Nina? She is 47 years old as of 2022. She was born on 1 May in 1975 in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England.

Nina Hossain Height and Measurements

Her height is not yet disclosed. However,  details about her other body measurements will be updated as soon as possible. ALSO READ: Sarah Hyland

Nina Hossain Family and Parents

Hossain was born to a Bangladeshi father and an English mother in the United Kingdom. Dr. Tabarek Hossain, her father, was born in Bangladesh and immigrated to the United Kingdom in the 1960s (when Bangladesh was still East Pakistan). Pamela, a Nottingham-born English nurse, married her father. Despite the fact that her father never discussed religion with her, Hossain and her younger sister, Rezina, “were nominally Muslim,” she claims.

Nina Hossain Husband| Married and Children

She was married to her eight-year ex-husband, Sky News editor Craig O’Hara. Since the spring of 2005, Hossain has been in a relationship with her current partner, Stuart Thomas, former editor of ITV’s London Tonight regional news program, and the couple has three children.

Nina Hossain’s Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $4 million.

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Nina Hossain Career

Hossain’s dream of becoming a journalist began at a young age. In 1996, she was chosen for a traineeship with ITV Border on Lookaround, where she worked as a news presenter, producer, and reporter. In the year 2000, she worked as a presenter for The Medical Channel. She began working as a presenter and reporter for BBC London News in 2001. When Emily Maitlis went on maternity leave in March 2004, she took over as the show’s main presenter. She reprised this role in a one-off episode of the spin-off Star Spell, but by the time Star Spell became a full series, she had moved to ITV and was replaced by BBC newsreader Mishal Husain, who continued in this role through Hard Spell’s second series. Hossain joined ITN in November 2004 as the main co-presenter for the ITV Evening News on ITV while Mary Nightingale was on maternity leave. Following her return, Nightingale worked as a relief presenter for ITV London and ITV News. In April 2010, she was also a GMTV guest presenter, filling in for Lorraine Kelly on GMTV with Lorraine.

In June 2010, she took over for Katie Derham as a presenter of London Tonight, initially alongside Donal MacIntyre. On November 1, 2010, she did, however, become the sole presenter. In addition, she co-hosted the ITV Lunchtime News with Alastair Stewart. In 2015, 2017, and 2019, Hossain was a part of ITV’s Election Live coverage. On May 24, 2019, Hossain announced his departure from ITV News London to become the lead presenter of ITV Lunchtime News. She delivered her final ITV News London 6pm bulletin on June 19, 2019. She is still a regular guest presenter on ITV News at Ten. Hossain has appeared on ITV’s Exposure and On Assignment.