Matthew Amroliwala Biography
Matthew Amroliwala is a media figure best known for being the principal host of BBC World News’ flagship news and debate show Global. He joined the global news channel in September 2014.
How old is Matthew Amroliwala? – Age
He was born in Leeds, England, on October 3, 1962. He is 58 years old.
Where did Matthew Amroliwala go to school? – Education
He graduated from the King’s School in Ely, Cambridgeshire. He graduated from Durham University with degrees in law and politics in 1984.
Matthew Amroliwala – Family
Matthew Amroliwala was born in the West Yorkshire city of Leeds. His father served in the Royal Air Force, but his mother’s name is unknown. His forefathers are Indian, and he is a Zoroastrian Parsi. As his surname implies, his ancestral home is Amroli in the Surat District in the state of Gujarat in western India. He hasn’t said if he has siblings or not.
Jackie Long, a Channel 4 News social affairs editor, and broadcaster, is Amroliwala’s wife. In June 1999, they married in London. They have five children, three daughters, and two sons, and live in London.
What is Amroliwala Salary?
His annual pay is $83,000.
Amroliwala Net Worth
His net worth is estimated to be between $1 and $5 million.
Matthew Amroliwala Career
Amroliwala is the principal presenter of Global, BBC World News’ flagship news and debate show. He joined the international news channel in September 2014, after spending 16 years as a key presenter on the BBC’s UK rolling news network. Matthew began working for the BBC in 1989. He was a professional accountant before joining the BBC. He joined the BBC network television in 1990.
Amroliwala joined the BBC News Channel in 1997 as an evening presenter, and from the beginning of 2001, he has delivered the late afternoon news program, initially with Jane Hill and later with Maxine Mawhinney. Furthermore, he was reunited with Hill on the 11 a.m.–2 p.m. shift in April 2006 until March 2013, when the duo moved to the 2 p.m.–5 p.m. slot on Tuesdays through Fridays; Emily Maitlis co-presented on Mondays. He has covered several important news issues, including considerable reporting from Northern Ireland. He also covered the fall of Srebrenica from Bosnia and toured around the Balkans throughout the fighting in Bosnia.
Since January 2008, Amroliwala has co-presented Crimewatch with Kirsty Young and Rav Wilding (later Martin Bayfield), concentrating on solving crimes, however, he missed the March 2015 episode, which was substituted by Jason Mohammad.
Since September 8, 2014, he has hosted the main program Global on BBC World News, the BBC’s foreign news channel. On June 27, 2016, he delivered his debut episode of World News Today on the channel and BBC Four.
The Television and Radio Industry Club honored him, Reporter of the Year, in 1993 for his coverage of the Northern Ireland Troubles.
Amroliwala’s health is outstanding as of 2021. In 2015, he said, “I’m not good with jet lag.” Whatever I do, I usually end up going to bed ill after a holiday. I’ve done everything, from staying awake on the plane to rearranging my sleep schedule to meet the correct time zone, and even vitamin C, but I still feel miserable.”