Fiona Bruce: Biography highlights
Fiona Bruce, the well-known British TV journalist, newsreader and television presenter is a highly skilled conference facilitator and after dinner speaker, fluent in a range of languages and topics.
Full biography of Fiona Bruce
Fiona Bruce’s Background / History
Bruce briefly worked as a management consultant before beginning her career in television as a researcher on Panorama in 1989. She an Oxford University graduate and speaks fluent French and Italian.
Bruce joined the BBC in 1989 and is perhaps best known for her role as a news presenter. However, she has also presented many of the BBC’s flagship programmes including News at Six, News at Ten, Crimewatch and, most recently, Antiques Roadshow.
Current / Past Roles & Positions
- Winner of several awards including:
- Newscaster of the Year – Television and Radio Industry (TRIC) Awards (2003 & 2006)
- Michael Elliot Award for Television Presentation (2003)
- Has presented on a number of BBC shows and broadcasts, including The Antiques Roadshow, Panorama, Newsnight,
- Crimewatch, 6 O’clock news and The Green Room.
- Author of BBC documentaries ‘Victoria: A Royal Love Story’ & ‘The Royal Palaces’
- Author of ‘Savvy! The Modern Girl’s Guide to Doing It All without Risking It All’ (2008)
- Author and presenter of a BBC documentary about Leonardo da Vinci
- Honorary vice president of Vision Aid Overseas
- Presented BBC One’s coverage of the Royal Wedding
- Interviewed Prince Philip about his 90th birthday
- Wealth of experience in a range of subjects and brings this to all events she hosts
- Informal and Interactive