Ria Chatterjee

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Ria Chatterjee was born on 22 October 1982 in Wales, she is a famous journalist well-known for her work at ITV News London and ITV News. She formerly worked as a journalist for the BBC and Sky News.

Ria Chatterjee was born and raised in Wales but later moved to England with her parents due to some family circumstances. She is now works at ITV news and has been working for them since 2011.

Yes, the TV journalist is married to her fellow journalist named Rags Martel. She is currently living with her husband and his daughter Roxin Martel, born to his former girlfriend.

Ria has been married for quite a long time now. We can see her by Rag’s side when he was suffering from thyroid cancer in 2014. It seems both of them are genuinely in love with each other and are spending a happy marriage.

Ria Chatterjee is born of Welsh nationality however she belongs to the Asian ethnicity. Her parents are Asian. However, there is no information on who her parents are or what their names are. However, Ria has a sister named Rini Chatterjee who is a doctor by profession. Rini has once shared a picture of Ria on her Twitter.

Ria Chatterjee does not have a Wikipedia profile at present. However, her achievements are not any less than a celebrity. She has won many awards for her exceptional work as a journalist.

She owns many honors & awards like Regional Journalist of the Year, Journalist of the year by ITV news, Best Newcomer award from ITV and she was also nominated in the media category for Asian Women of Achievement Awards and News Reporter of the Year. Besides being a journalist, Ria also writes her opinion on The Independent, covering social and political issues.

Ria Chatterjee has successfully set herself as one of the best journalists in the male-dominated media industry. Her achievements and contributions are inspirations to many women.

Rebecca Jago

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Rebecca Jago started her career at Vibe FM radio station, working her way up from researcher to become the co-presenter on the breakfast show. After appearing in a television documentary about Vibe FM, she was spotted by producers of ITV News Anglia who hired her as their weather presenter, and she also appeared on Channel 5’s The Wright Stuff, where she would introduce phone-in contributors.

In November 2001, Rebecca Jago joined the CBBC children’s news programme Newsround, becoming one of the two main presenters. While she worked on the programme, she appeared on a celebrity version of The Weakest Link but was the first to be eliminated after incorrectly answering the 50/50 question, “What is the safest way to read a firework instruction manual – A torch or a match?”

Rebecca Jago joined Capital London on 28 February 2003 to be Chris Tarrant’s foil on Capital Breakfast. She stayed with the new host Johnny Vaughan after Tarrant left in 2004, but her involvement ended when her contract ended in December 2004. She then had stints as a reporter on GMTV’s Entertainment Today programme, and Sky Sports News, before returning to ITV Anglia in May 2005 as a feature reporter and presenter. Since 12 February 2009, Jago has been the co-presenter of ITV News Anglia, alongside Jonathan Wills.

Elaine Willcox

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Elaine Willcox was born in Berlin, after her father was stationed in the city as part of the Royal Engineers, she was brought up in Newcastle where she stayed to complete a degree in English and History. Elaine Willcox now lives in North West England. Elaine lives with her husband. Elaine Willcox is ITV Granada’s Lead Correspondent and Deputy Editor. Elaine has worked for ITV for more than 20 years, telling some of the biggest stories across the North West of England.

Elaine Willcox was part of a team which won a BAFTA in 2007 for covering the impact of the Morecambe Bay cockling disaster for ITV Granada. This, to date, is the only occasion where a BAFTA has gone to a regional news programme. In September 2007 Elaine Willcox joined GMTV as North West England Correspondent, after three years, she returned to ITV Granada as a reporter for regional news programme Granada Reports.

Vicky Hope

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Victoria Nwayawu Nwosu-Hope is a British TV and radio presenter, journalist and published author. She hosted the Capital Breakfast show on Capital FM radio station. She also presents Crufts on Channel 4, Carnage on Sky One, Trending Live on 4Music, Life Hacks on BBC Radio 1, FYI Daily on ITV2 and became the backstage presenter for ITV’s The X Factor in 2019, after becoming the digital reporter for The Voice UK in 2018.

Vicky Hope is best known for her work presenting the Capital Breakfast show in London along with Roman Kemp and Sonny Jay since 2017. Before this she hosted weekend breakfast on sister station, Capital Xtra. On 24 February 2020, she announced that she would be leaving the show to focus on other ventures. On 20 March 2020, Sian Welby replaced Hope as co-host of Capital Breakfast.

In 2019, Hope joined Classic FM presenting Classic FM’s Revision Hour alongside Ellie Goulding, Lewis Capaldi & Dan Smith. In August 2020, Hope replaced Cel Spellman to co-host Life Hacks and “Official Chart: First Look” alongside Katie Thistleton on BBC Radio 1.

 

 

Lucrezia Millarini

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Lucrezia Millarini joined ITN in December 2010, originally as the Arts & Entertainment Correspondent for ITV News London and presenter of FYI Daily on ITV2. Lucrezia Millarini then begun news reading in January 2013: reading the ITV News London opts during Daybreak, the late bulletins after ITV News at Ten and also filled in on the main programme at 6pm. Lucrezia Millarini also regularly news casted the early morning and lunchtime weekend bulletins for the national ITV News.

In June 2014 Lucrezia Millarini went freelance and now appears as a regular presenter and reporter for ITV News, ITV News London and occasionally for 5 News. Lucrezia Millarini is now a presenter of ITV News London’s main 6pm programme on ITV London. In addition, an occasional newscaster of the ITV Lunchtime News and ITV Weekend News on ITV.

Lucy Verasamy

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After graduation Lucy Verasamy worked at the Press Association’s weather centre for four years as a forecaster, writing forecasts for newspapers and scripts for radio. Having previously completed a work experience placement at the Sky Weather Centre before becoming a weather forecaster, Lucy Verasamy joined Sky channel and became the regular weather presenter on the Sky News breakfast show Sunrise. In 2007 the Sky News website started a feature entitled Climate Clinic – Ask Lucy as part of their Green Britain campaign, where Verasamy answered questions put forward by members of the public regarding climate change. She also contributed to Sky News’ The Weather Girls blog.

On 6 September 2010, Lucy Verasamy joined the newly launched ITV Breakfast programme Daybreak, as a weather forecaster and environment correspondent, alongside Kirsty McCabe. On 7 February 2012, Kirsty McCabe left the programme, leaving Lucy Verasamy the sole weather forecaster. On 2 August 2012, she too left the programme. Since 2012, Lucy Verasamy has fronted the national weather forecasts for ITV.