Tina Daheley is one of the BBC's fastest rising stars and a versatile broadcaster whose TV and radio work stretches across news and current affairs, sport and the arts, appealing to a wide range of very diverse audiences.
As well as delivering the news to one in four young people in the UK for nearly a decade on two successive BBC RADIO 1 BREAKFAST Shows, Tina also presents BREAKFAST NEWS and the NEWS AT SIX and TEN on BBC ONE and the BAFTAwinning VICTORIA DERBYSHIRE SHOW on BBC TWO. She presents WOMAN’S HOUR on RADIO 4 and also manages to fit in hosting THE CULTURAL FRONTLINE, her own weekly global arts programme on the BBC World Service.
Tina is passionate about making news, current affairs and the arts accessible to everyone and is especially skilled at hosting audience debates. She has interviewed a host of incredible names and most recently, was personally invited by THE ROYAL FOUNDATION to host their forum with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Duke and Duchess of Sussex to talk about the foundation’s charitable projects and upcoming work.
More and more Tina is being asked to cohost major BBC event coverage, and this year she was part of the lead presentation team for the Royal Wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in May 2018. Tina was one of the lead presenters for BBC NEWS during the 2017 and 2015 General Election Campaigns and the EU Referendum, hosting THE FINAL ELECTION DEBATE on BBC ONE and leader interviews on BBC TWO, RADIO 1 NEWSBEAT and the BBC NEWS CHANNEL.
Tina has presented CRIMEWATCH and its spin-off programme CRIMEWATCH ROADSHOW and has reported undercover on two PANORAMA investigations in the last 12 months: The Manchester Attack and Plane Drunk. Tina also fronts Women's Football for BBC SPORT. Tina hosted last year's Women's FA Cup Final live from Wembley in front a record audience and also presents live coverage of England Women's Euro Qualifiers and THE WOMEN’S FOOTBALL SHOW. She hosted the Women's Football World Cup in Canada in 2015.
Tina is a prolific social media user. She has more than a quarter of a million followers on Twitter. Outside of her more serious broadcast work she recently made a cameo appearance in A League of Gentlemen’s Christmas special. Tina has a first class honours degree in Computer Science and a Masters in Broadcast Journalism. She joined the BBC in 2007.