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Conference chair, presenter & moderator
A Cambridge University graduate and a polyglot, Emily Maitlis is a well-known and much loved newsreader
Newsreader and Journalist
Nominated for an Royal Television Society (RTS) award
Topics covered include Conference chair, Presenter & moderator
As an experienced newsreader and presenter, Emily Maitlis is able to convey information in a confident, concise and logical way. She can keep an audience interested in her subject and her natural warmth and interest is evident.
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Presenter & moderator
A respected newsreader, Emily Maitlis is known primarily for her work with the
Emily Maitlis was born on the 6th of September 1970 in Canada, but soon moved to England with her family, where she attended
King Edward VII School
. A bright and capable student, she went on to attend
Before starting work with news presenting, Emily worked for six years in
, making documentaries for
. Her ability to speak
made her an ideal choice for such roles; she can speak
fluently and can speak a certain amount of
. In 1997, she and Jon Snow presented the transfer of the sovereignty over
Emily returned to the
and began to work as a
before moving to
BBC London News
in 2001. She has also presented
and appeared on numerous other shows, including
, a faced paced news bulletin which aimed to summarise the most pressing current affairs.
In 2005, Emily worked on the
‘Come And Have A Go’
, on which she quizzed players.
Emily currently works as a
presenter along with
Jeremy Paxman, Gavin Esler
. In addition to this, she is also a regular or relief news presenter on several BBC channels, including the
BBC News Channel
Personal and Charitable Interests
Emily lives in London. She is married and has two sons named Max and Milo.
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