Sophie Raworth Biography
Sophie Jane Raworth works for the BBC as a journalist, newsreader, and presenter. She is a prominent newsreader and one of the primary hosts of BBC News at Six and BBC News at Ten. She is frequently seen giving speeches at state functions. She also co-hosts the BBC’s Election Night broadcast with a number of other hosts. In 2015, she took over as the new host of BBC One’s consumer affairs show Watchdog, and in 2016, she took over as the host of Crimewatch.
How old is Sophie Raworth? – Age
Where did Sophie Raworth go to school? – Education
Raworth spent a year teaching English to teens in Toulouse after finishing a degree in French and German at the University of Manchester before enrolling in a master’s course in broadcasting and journalism at City, University of London.
Sophie Raworth – Family
Raworth grew up in an exclusive neighborhood of Twickenham, Middlesex, and attended the exclusive Putney High and St Paul’s Girls’ schools. She was born in Surrey to a florist mother and a merchant father.
Sophie Raworth husband
Raworth married Richard Winter in 2003, and the pair raised their two daughters, Ella and Georgia, as well as their son, Oliver, in London.
What is Raworth’s Salary?
He has an annual estimated salary that ranges from $150,000 to $199,999.
Raworth Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $14 million.
Sophie Raworth Career
Raworth joined the BBC as a news reporter in 1992, initially for Greater Manchester Radio and subsequently as BBC Regions correspondent in Brussels in April 1994.
She joined the BBC’s Look North show in Leeds as a regular co-presenter in May 1995. Raworth made the transition to national television in 1997, when he joined Justin Webb and then John Nicolson to co-host the BBC’s Breakfast News on BBC One. Raworth subsequently joined the BBC’s early morning news show Breakfast in 2000, where she co-hosted Monday through Thursday with Jeremy Bowen and, later, Dermot Murnaghan, and occasionally with regular relief presenters Bill Turnbull and Michael Peschardt. She then joined the BBC Six O’Clock News in January 2003, where she co-hosted with George Alagiah; she remained on the show until October 2005, when she went on maternity leave and was replaced by Natasha Kaplinsky. Raworth took over as the primary presenter of BBC News at One from Anna Ford on Mondays to Thursdays in March 2006. After returning from maternity leave, she acquired the job in June 2006. She can also be seen on the BBC News Feed’s rolling news channel, providing relief shifts on occasion. Raworth has co-hosted several BBC specials, including coverage of the Queen’s Golden Jubilee and Our Monarchy – the Next 50 Years, both with David Dimbleby. In addition, she has featured on Tomorrow’s World and, in the early 2000s, entertainment shows such as Dream Lives and the quiz show Judgemental. Raworth featured on the BBC fashion show What Not to Wear in 2004 when she was given a makeover by style consultants Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine. In 2006, she was a part of the television coverage of the Queen’s 80th birthday Children’s Party at the Palace.
She delivered several phony news updates for the show alongside Huw Edwards, which drew a lot of criticism from fans.
Raworth appeared in the last season of the BBC sitcom My Hero as a newsreader. She stated that she would be departing the show until the summer at the end of the One O’Clock News on 31 January 2008, and Kate Silverton will be delivering the bulletin during her absence. After the birth of her third child, Raworth returned on August 25, 2008, to broadcast the Bank Holiday edition.
Raworth has been the primary relief presenter on BBC News at Six and a regular relief presenter on BBC News at Ten since early 2009, frequently filling in for regular presenters Huw Edwards, Fiona Bruce, and George Alagiah. She has also appeared on The Andrew Marr Show in place of Andrew Marr and presented on BBC News Channel (previously known as BBC News 24).
She co-hosted The Trouble with Working Women on the BBC in May 2009 with the eporter and father-of-three Justin Rowlatt. The show focused on the working woman’s role. In 2009, she hosted the daily morning crime show Crimewatch Roadshow on BBC One. Raworth had a surprise appearance as herself in the film A Good Day to Die Hard in 2013. Raworth was awarded a Doctor of Arts honoris causa by City University London on July 16, 2013. Raworth hosted Watchdog Daily in 2012 and Watchdog Test House in 2014 and 2015 before becoming the show’s primary host in September 2015. Anne Robinson was succeeded by her. Raworth took over as the main presenter of Crimewatch from Kirsty Young in February 2016. In 2012, she was a guest presenter on the show. She makes between £150,000 and £199,999 as a BBC broadcaster, according to 2017 reports. Raworth produced a documentary called RAF 100: Into the Blue in 2018 to commemorate the Royal Air Force’s 100th anniversary, in which she spoke about her grandpa, Cpt. Edwin Raworth, a pilot in the First World War.
- Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie (2016)
- solo cameo the television Breakfast – Host (2000–2002)
- BBC Nine O’Clock News (1999-2000)
- Newscaster Journalist for BBC News at Six (2003–present)
- A journalist for BBC News at One (2006–present)
- Presenter of the Crimewatch Roadshow (2009)
- Presenter Watchdog Daily (2012)
- Presenter Guest presenter on Crimewatch (2012, 2016)
- The Andrew Marr Show (2013)
- Guest presenter Watchdog Test House (2014–2015)
- o-presenter Chelsea Flower Show-Presenter (2014–present)
- (2015–2016) Watchdog – Host Cameo herself.
- HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh’s Funeral (2021) – Reporter