The Irish born English broadcaster, Martha Kearney is not a new face to us. She is currently working as the main presenter of BBC Radio 4's program "The World at One".
BBC Radio 4's Martha Kearney, 59, is not only a brilliant journalist but also a loving wife. So, today let us discuss the personal affairs of Martha including her married life.
Martha Kearney living a blissful married life with husband Chris Shaw: A loving wife
Martha is very lucky when it comes to her personal life as she is a happily married woman. She tied her knot with a senior program controller of Channel 5 named, Chris Shaw in July 2001 at Depwade, Norfolk in a private ceremony with the presence of only close relatives, family and close friends.
The pair first met when they were both studying at Oxford and since then they are together. The couple is often spotted having a long walks and cycle rides.
Chris and Martha posing for a click, Source: Speakers of Schools and Eastern Daily Press
Even after years of their marriage, however, they still do not have any children. She is undoubtedly the best wife and we would love to see her being a mother.
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Martha’s career as a journalist
Martha started her career in the journalism after joining the London-based national talk and phone in a radio station, LBC. In 1998, she joined BBC as appeared as a presenter from the BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour.
Moreover, due to her dedication and determination, she became the political editor of BBC Two’s Newsnight. After that, she appeared in the BBC comedy series called, Time Trumpet.
Reality Check: Why don't all high-rises have sprinklers? - BBC News https://t.co/OK12mszwtK— Martha Kearney (@Marthakearney) June 16, 2017
Quick Facts about Martha Kearney
- Born on 8th October 1975 as Martha Catherine Kearney in Dublin, Ireland.
- Raised in an academic environment along with her two brothers.
- Attended St Wilfrid's RC School, Burgess Hill.
- Finished high schooling from Brighton and Hove High School.
- Completed secondary school from George Watson’s College in Edinburgh.
- Graduated from St Anne’s College, Oxford.
- Started her career in journalism from the London commercial station, LBC.
- Presenter of BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour.
- Became a political editor of BBC Two’s Newsnight.
- In 2005, was a candidate to succeed Andrew Marr as the BBC’s political editor.
- Appeared in the BBC’s television series, Time Trumpet.
- Nominated for BAFTA Award for her coverage for the Northern Ireland Peace Progress.
- Judge for the Webb Essay Prize.
- Presented Wonder of Bee on BBC Four and presented The Secret World of Lewis Carroll on BBC Two.
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