Facts of Joanna Gosling
|Date of Birth :|
|Age :||48 years old|
|Family Name :||Gosling|
|Birth Place :||United Kingdom|
|Birth Sign :||capricorn|
|Birth Name||Joanna Marie Mussett Gosling|
|Married to||Craig Oliver (m. 1996)|
|Education||University of Grenoble|
|TV Show||Victoria Derbyshire|
A television news presenter, broadcast journalist and author who is better recognized as presenter on BBC News and BBC One's BBC Weekend News and author of Simply Wonder woman and a how-to-book for working mothers. She hold French degree from the University of Birmingham. She attended the University of Grenoble in France to study broadcasting journalism. She started her career in journalism as a trainee reporter at Birmingham's BBC WM, Fox FM in Oxfordshire. She also co-presented the 7-10 pm shift on the BBC News Channel. BBC Coverage of Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding in April 29, 2011 is one of the memorable reporting she has done in her career. She has also made brief appearance in 2005 television film Super volcano.
Early Life and Education of Joanna Gosling
Joanna Gosling was born on January 5, 1971, in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, England. Her birth name is Joanna Marie M Gosling. She is the oldest of her three siblings.
Gosling completed her education from Aylesbury High School. She was academic and had a flair for languages. She joined the University of Birmingham and grabbed her French degree.
Later, she joined the University of Grenoble in France and wanted to become a war correspondent.
Joanna Gosling's Career
Joanna Gosling started her broadcasting career as a trainee reporter at Birmingham's BBC WM, Fox FM in Oxfordshire and BBC Radio Scotland in Edinburgh. She presented the 7:00–10:00 pm shift on the BBC News Channel from 2007-2013.
Joanna Gosling's Personal Life
Joanna Gosling was married to Craig Oliver, a former Director of Communications for 10 Downing Street. The couple shares three children. The duo divorced in March 2014.
Joanna Gosling's Net Worth
Joanna Gosling's estimated net worth isn't less than the seven-digit figure.