- Valerie Sanderson
Valerie Sanderson (born 1960,
Nottingham) was one of the original presenters on BBC News 24when it launched in 1997.
She studied at
St Andrew's University, then did a postgraduate degree at the ( Baptist) Emory Universityin Atlanta, Georgia.
She joined the BBC in 1985 as a producer on Radio 4's
Today programme. She has been a reporter on the "Today" programme and BBC Breakfast News. She could often be seen presenting the 1-4pm slot on News 24 alongside Bill Turnbullor Chris Eakin. She has now left the channel. She was also on the Spotlight programme based in Plymouthfrom 1989. She helped to launch Radio Five Livein 1994. As of April 2008, she has been presenting World Briefing on the BBC World Service.
Prior to joining News 24 she was a regular presenter on the regional program
She has been the partner of
Radio Four's Todayprogram presenter John Humphryssince c. 1987. They have one son, Owen James, born 2 June 2000. [cite web |url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/775503.stm |title = Today presenter celebrates new son |date = 2000-06-04 |publisher = BBC|accessdaymonth = 6 January |accessyear = 2008]
* [http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/programmes/bbc_news_24/presenters/1323735.stm News 24 profile]
* [http://tvnewsroom.co.uk/profiles/profile.php?page=valeriesanderson Valerie Sanderson Profile] TV Newsroom
* [http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2006/10/21/nhumph21.xml&page=5 Valerie and John Humphrys] Telegraph Online
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