Facts of Mary Rhodes
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Mary Rhodes is the man presenter of the BBC Midlands Today. She was previously a regular sports in BBC World, BBC One and BBC News 24. She hosted the daily magazine programme 110%. She graduated in 1990 from Birmingham Polytechnic (now Birmingham City University), where she studied for a degree in media and communications specialising in television. Before coming to News 24 she was a freelancer, worker across the BBC’s Radio stations.
Talking about her personal life there are fewer details on her life. She seems to be very secretive person and has kept her life away from media. Though she is from professional form media, she seems to love keeping her life very low profile and hidden from media.
Early Life And Education Of Mary Rhodes
Mary Rhodes was born in 1970 in the United Kingdom. She is British nationality and belongs to the white ethnic group.
She studied at Weobley High School. Later, she joined Hereford Sixth Form College and studied English, General Studies, and Communication Studies.
She completed her graduation from Birmingham Polytechnic in media and communications in 1990. Now, the University is known as BirminghamCity University.
Mary Rhodes' Career
Previously, she started her professional career working as a freelancer working across the BBC's Radio stations. She started her work on News 24 after that.
As she has a great interest in sports, she gained a huge break in sports presenting and reporting at Wimbledon. She started covering and reporting tournaments in the year 1995.
She presented a show named 'The Heaven and Earth Show' on BBC1.
Rhodes became a reporter for Midlands Today and presented Inside Out on BBC West Midlands in 2011.
The next year, she became the main presenter for Midlands Today when British Journalist Suzanne Virdee left the show.
Mary Rhodes' Net Worth
Rhodes has a huge net worth and salary. She has earned a huge fortune from her broadcasting career.
She has an annual income of around $200,000. Details about her current net worth and assets is still kept private.
Mary Rhodes' Personal Life
Rhodes is living a happy married life with husband Brummie Duncan Jones. The couple has been together for more than a decade.
Jones worked as the editor of Warwickshire and Radio Coventry.
Besides her interest in sports, she is keen on cooking and loves Italian cuisine.