Joanna Gosling


Joanna Gosling was born in Aylesbury, England, United Kingdom on January 5th, 1971 and is the Journalist. At the age of 53, Joanna Gosling biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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January 5, 1971
United Kingdom
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Aylesbury, England, United Kingdom
53 years old
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Journalist, News Presenter
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Aylesbury High School, University of Birmingham, University of Grenoble
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Craig Oliver (1996–2014)
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Joanna Gosling Life

Joanna Gosling (born 5 January 1971) is an English television news presenter, broadcast journalist, and author.

She appears on the United Kingdom's largely ignored news channel News 24, and occasionally in the first half of the 11 o'clock news hour on BBC2, as well as presenting the Victoria Derbyshire programme on Fridays.

She has been with the BBC since 1999, having previously worked with Independent Local Radio, Central Television in the Midlands, and Sky News. Gosling is a graduate of the University of Birmingham, from which she obtained a French degree and the University of Grenoble.

She married Sir Craig Oliver, Britain Prime Minister David Cameron's Head of Communications; the couple divorced in 2014.

Simply Wonderwoman, her first book, was published in 2011.

Personal life

She was one of many BBC newsreaders to participate in a charity fundraiser in aid of Leonard Cheshire's illness and the Helen & Douglas House hospices in September 2009. Gosling, Fiona Bruce, Kate Silverton, Sophie Raworth, and Emily Maitlis performed a medley of songs from The Sound of Music, which was presided over by Piers Morgan and Arlene Philips at the Newsroom's Got Talent competition in London. They were dissatisfied with an ITV News team that performed songs from Grease's musical film. She appeared alongside Jeremy Vine, Ben Brown, and Naga Munchetty in September 2010 for a tribute to The Human League's Don't You Want Me?

Gosling married Craig Oliver, a former Director of Communications for 10 Downing Street, in Gosling. The couple have three children. Gosling and Oliver were divorced in March 2014.

Gosling lives in West London in a house that was bought in 2004 from sports host Mark Pougatch. She appeared at the Chiswick Summer Fair in July 2010 where she spoke about the Fair's tug of war contest. Yoga, running, film, and catering are among her hobbies.


Joanna Gosling Career


Joanna Marie Mussett Gosling was born on January 5, 1971. Gosling, the oldest of three siblings, was born in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, where she was educated at Aylesbury High School. She was educated and had a flair for languages, and went from school to study at the University of Birmingham, where she obtained a French degree. She went into broadcast journalism after graduating. She enrolled in Grenoble, France, and had aspired to be a war correspondent.

She began her broadcasting career as a trainee reporter on BBC WM, Fox FM in Oxfordshire, and BBC Radio Scotland in Edinburgh before securing her first full-time job with Independent Radio News, where she listened to Capital Radio News for Chris Moyles. She served as a freelance reporter for Central Television and then Sky News and has been with the BBC since August 1999. Gosling first appeared on BBC One and BBC World as a host on BBC News 24, then moved to the 9:00 am–1:00 p.m. morning shift with Ben Geoghegan and then Phillip Hayton. She was a member of the team that anchored coverage of the first anniversary of the September 11 attacks in 2002 alongside Hayton. She debuted with Chris Lowe in December 2003 and moved to a weekend evening slot on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Anna Jones had been promoted from Anna Jones, who had resigned to Hayton's old weekday role. During summer 2006, she appeared on BBC Breakfast as an occasional presenter.

Gosling appeared on the BBC News Channel from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. on Wednesday from 2007 to 2013. The programme News 24 Tonight was available in the slot until February 2008. She has appeared on the channel from 11:00 am to 2:00 p.m., as well as between Monday and Thursday. On BBC Weekend News, Gosling can also be seen presenting Bank Holiday evening and late bulletins. She can also be seen on BBC One doing news specials.

In April 2010, Gosling was at Heathrow Airport reporting on the flight disruption surrounding the eruption of Eyjafjallajökull, which resulted in the closure of airspace in southeastern Europe. In May 2010, she was seen reporting from Westminster as Labour and the Conservatives attempted to strike an agreement with the Liberal Democrats to create a coalition government, and the news that Gordon Brown would resign as Prime Minister emerged on Friday.

Following the television debate on June 23, 2010, she gave her opinion of the live broadcasted economic debate, as well as Nicholas Owen's response to the previous day's emergency budget, and Jamie Cullum was interviewed in August as he prepared to perform a concert at London's Royal Albert Hall. She spoke to Matt Cardle, the winner of the seventh series of The X Factor in December 2010, which had been announced the previous evening. She appeared on April 29, 2011 as part of the BBC team that covered Prince William and Kate Middleton's wedding. On April 18, she hosted a snap general election on the BBC News programme, which broke the news of Theresa May's call for a snap general election.

On air moments by Channel 4 News in 2008, a clip involving Gosling was included in a list of five "corpsing" on air moments, corpsing being a term used in broadcasting to describe someone breaking into uncontrolled laughter live on air. She's having a giggling fit after forgetting the name of her co-presenter, Julian Worricker, while presenting on the BBC News Channel.

She appears briefly in the 2005 television film Supervolcano presenting a fictional breaking news story about an eruption of the volcanic caldera of Yellowstone National Park. She competed for the University of Birmingham with weather presenter John Hammond as a contestant on the 2015 Christmas University Challenge, where she represented the University of Birmingham.

Simply Wonder Woman: A survival guide for women with too much to do was released in October 2011 by Kyle Books. It is a narrator for busy working women with children. In the Daily Mail, the book was serialized. Homemade Simple: Elegant, Practical Makes for Living and Giving was her second book. The book includes a sequence of projects for making things for the house.


Five female stars 'launch legal action against BBC after being overlooked for top jobs': Karin Giannone, Geeta Guru-Murthy, Kasia Madera and Annita McVeigh 'back Martine Croxall in age and sex discrimination dispute after being off-air for over a year', April 18, 2024
Today it was disclosed that Martine Croxall, 55, who has been working at the Beeb for more than three decades, was taking her employer to the London Central tribunal court on May 1. But now it has been revealed that Croxall's case will be made alongside four of her former colleagues during the two-day employment tribunal. Multiple sources told US news agency Deadline that Karin Giannone, 50, Geeta Guru-Murthy, 56, Kasia Madera, 48, and Annita McVeigh, 46, are also involved in the bombshell case. All five women, who were pictured together enjoying a drink in a pub on Christmas Eve, were left in limbo last year when the BBC's News and World News channels merged.

In the newest shake-up, Classic FM has a new Stephen Mangan to host a brand new Sunday show as Dan Walker is set to host the breakfast slot, January 4, 2024
On Thursday, the actor, 55, completed Classic FM's all-star line-up, which included Dan Walker, Alexander Armstrong, Myleene Klass, Margherita Taylor, and Joanna Gosling. Stephen, who has been doing narration work as late, will host the program from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday, beginning on January 7. Stephen outlined his new role: "I am honored and excited to join the country's top classical music station with my own show," Stephen said at one of his favorite times of the week - Sunday afternoon. It's been a dream to appear on Classic FM as a lifelong listener and a big fan of classical music.' I can't wait to hear the listeners and to reveal my love of classical music, and I'm looking forward to their company every Sunday.'

After the reporter announced that 'a VOLCANO' has ripped through town rather than a tornado,' BBC News viewers became enthralled, December 29, 2023
On Thursday, Storm Gerrit wreaked havoc, wrecking more than 100 houses in Stalybridge, Tameside, as the supercell barrelled across the North. As winds of up to 85 miles per hour pounded the neighborhood, the overnight tornado tore off roofs and downed trees. Following the destruction, the BBC sent Fiona Trott (left) to cover the carnage. During her report on the disaster, the veteran broadcaster managed to change her words, mistakenly saying that the area had been ravaged by a volcano, sparking a joking reaction from viewers on social media.
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