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BBC News Presenter Count 1967-2020

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RN
Rolling News Central (East) East Midlands Today
Here we go. The BBC News Channel lockdown presenter count. It's starts from the 18th March (6 days before lockdown officially started but when the NC strictly became 'BBC News') right up to the end of July, including all the simulcasts, government daily briefings and the all important Outside Source.

(1) Ben Brown - 58 programmes
(2) Victoria Derbyshire - 53 programmes

(3) Reeta Chakrabarti - 48 programmes
(4) Tim Willcox - 47 programmes
(5) Jane Hill - 46 programmes
(6) Christian Fraser - 45 programmes
(-) Simon McCoy - 45 programmes
(7) Annita McVeigh - 44 programmes
(8 ) Martine Croxall - 43 programmes
(9) Joanna Gosling - 42 programmes
(-) Kasia Madera - 42 programmes

(10) Matthew Amroliwala - 39 programmes
(-) James Reynolds - 39 programmes
(11) Carrie Gracie - 32 programmes

(12) Shaun Ley - 23 programmes
(13) Geeta Guru-Murthy - 21 programmes
(-) Clive Myrie - 21 programmes

(14) Ros Atkins - 19 programmes
(15) Maryam Moshiri - 17 programmes
(16) Babita Sharma - 16 programmes
(-) Lewis Vaughan Jones - 16 programmes

(17) Rebecca Jones - 9 programmes
(-) Rajini Vaidyanathan - 9 programmes
(18 ) Nancy Kacungira - 6 programmes
(-) Sophie Raworth - 6 programmes
(-) Kate Silverton - 6 programmes
(19) Lukwesa Burak - 5 programmes
(20) Mishal Husain - 4 programmes
(-) Rachel Schofield - 4 programmes
(21) Samantha Simmonds - 3 programmes
(22) Huw Edwards - 2 programmes
(23) Tina Daheley - 1 programme
(-) Karin Giannone - 1 programme
(-) Lucy Hockings - 1 programme
(-) Aaron Safir - 1 programme
Stay alert. Control the virus. Save lives.
Matthew_Fieldhouse, bbc247 and cmthwtv gave kudos
CM
cmthwtv West Country (East) Points West
Here we go. The BBC News Channel lockdown presenter count. It's starts from the 18th March (6 days before lockdown officially started but when the NC strictly became 'BBC News') right up to the end of July, including all the simulcasts, government daily briefings and the all important Outside Source.

(1) Ben Brown - 58 programmes
(2) Victoria Derbyshire - 53 programmes

(3) Reeta Chakrabarti - 48 programmes
(4) Tim Willcox - 47 programmes
(5) Jane Hill - 46 programmes
(6) Christian Fraser - 45 programmes
(-) Simon McCoy - 45 programmes
(7) Annita McVeigh - 44 programmes
(8 ) Martine Croxall - 43 programmes
(9) Joanna Gosling - 42 programmes
(-) Kasia Madera - 42 programmes

(10) Matthew Amroliwala - 39 programmes
(-) James Reynolds - 39 programmes
(11) Carrie Gracie - 32 programmes

(12) Shaun Ley - 23 programmes
(13) Geeta Guru-Murthy - 21 programmes
(-) Clive Myrie - 21 programmes

(14) Ros Atkins - 19 programmes
(15) Maryam Moshiri - 17 programmes
(16) Babita Sharma - 16 programmes
(-) Lewis Vaughan Jones - 16 programmes

(17) Rebecca Jones - 9 programmes
(-) Rajini Vaidyanathan - 9 programmes
(18 ) Nancy Kacungira - 6 programmes
(-) Sophie Raworth - 6 programmes
(-) Kate Silverton - 6 programmes
(19) Lukwesa Burak - 5 programmes
(20) Mishal Husain - 4 programmes
(-) Rachel Schofield - 4 programmes
(21) Samantha Simmonds - 3 programmes
(22) Huw Edwards - 2 programmes
(23) Tina Daheley - 1 programme
(-) Karin Giannone - 1 programme
(-) Lucy Hockings - 1 programme
(-) Aaron Safir - 1 programme


Imagine being shown this list at the start of the year...
lesmauresfr, Rolling News and bbc247 gave kudos
JF
JF World News (previously JPF) West Country (East) Points West
Their are people missing I believe like Sally Bundock, David Edeas and Mike Embley
CM
cmthwtv West Country (East) Points West
BBC News Presenter Count 2020 (up to the end of July)

BREAKFAST:
(1) Charlie Stayt - 89 programmes
(2) Dan Walker - 83 programmes
(3) Louise Minchin - 77 programmes
(-) Naga Munchetty - 77 programmes
(4) Sally Nugent - 24 programmes
(5) Rachel Burden - 22 programmes
(6) Roger Johnson - 14 programmes
(7) Ben Thompson - 9 programmes
(8 ) Chris Mason - 8 programmes
(-) Nina Warhurst - 8 programmes
(9) Jon Kay - 7 programmes
(10) Martin Giessler - 3 programmes
(-) Sima Kotecha - 3 programmes
(11) Tina Daheley - 1 programme

NEWS AT ONE:
(1) Jane Hill - 61 programmes
(2) Simon McCoy - 43 programmes
(3) Reeta Chakrabarti - 23 programmes
(4) Ben Brown - 21 programmes
(5) Sophie Raworth - 4 programmes

NEWS AT SIX:
(1) Sophie Raworth - 57 programmes
(2) George Alagiah - 32 programmes
(3) Fiona Bruce - 23 programmes
(4) Clive Myrie - 14 programmes
(5) Huw Edwards - 12 programmes
(6) Reeta Chakrabarti - 11 programmes
(7) Tina Daheley - 2 programmes
(8 ) Mishal Husain - 1 programme

NEWS AT TEN:
(1) Huw Edwards - 70 programmes
(2) Sophie Raworth - 39 programmes
(3) Clive Myrie - 19 programmes
(4) Reeta Chakrabarti - 17 programmes
(5) Fiona Bruce - 6 programmes
(6) Tina Daheley - 1 programme

WEEKEND NEWS (LUNCHTIME):
(1) Ben Brown - 21 programmes
(2) Carrie Gracie - 14 programmes
(3) Shaun Ley - 11 programmes
(4) Geeta Guru-Murthy - 9 programmes
(5) Martine Croxall - 3 programmes
(6) Reeta Chakrabarti - 1 programme
(-) Clive Myrie - 1 programme

WEEKEND NEWS (EVENING & LATE):
(1) Clive Myrie - 15 programmes
(2) Kate Silverton - 14 programmes
(3) Reeta Chakrabarti - 12 programmes
(-) Mishal Husain - 12 programmes
(4) Tina Daheley - 3 programmes
(5) Ben Brown - 2 programmes
(6) Martine Croxall - 1 programme
(-) Huw Edwards - 1 programme
(-) Jane Hill - 1 programme


And wikipedia still doesn't like me making edits to the fact that Sophie is the Main Presenter Monday-Thursday and Kate on a Friday. Or the fact that Clive and Reeta present as much as Kate or Mishal at weekends. Or that Saturdays late programme isn't the 10 Rolling Eyes
RN
Rolling News Central (East) East Midlands Today
Their are people missing I believe like Sally Bundock, David Edeas and Mike Embley

There always has to be one....

I'm not including anything between the hours of 0100-0600 (I'm not staying up that late just to see who's reading the news, lol).
Stay alert. Control the virus. Save lives.
Newsroom and Matthew_Fieldhouse gave kudos
JF
JF World News (previously JPF) West Country (East) Points West
Fair enough
MF
Matthew_Fieldhouse Central (West) Midlands Today
BBC News Presenter Count 2020 (up to the end of July)

BREAKFAST:
(1) Charlie Stayt - 89 programmes
(2) Dan Walker - 83 programmes
(3) Louise Minchin - 77 programmes
(-) Naga Munchetty - 77 programmes
(4) Sally Nugent - 24 programmes
(5) Rachel Burden - 22 programmes
(6) Roger Johnson - 14 programmes
(7) Ben Thompson - 9 programmes
(8 ) Chris Mason - 8 programmes
(-) Nina Warhurst - 8 programmes
(9) Jon Kay - 7 programmes
(10) Martin Giessler - 3 programmes
(-) Sima Kotecha - 3 programmes
(11) Tina Daheley - 1 programme

NEWS AT ONE:
(1) Jane Hill - 61 programmes
(2) Simon McCoy - 43 programmes
(3) Reeta Chakrabarti - 23 programmes
(4) Ben Brown - 21 programmes
(5) Sophie Raworth - 4 programmes

NEWS AT SIX:
(1) Sophie Raworth - 57 programmes
(2) George Alagiah - 32 programmes
(3) Fiona Bruce - 23 programmes
(4) Clive Myrie - 14 programmes
(5) Huw Edwards - 12 programmes
(6) Reeta Chakrabarti - 11 programmes
(7) Tina Daheley - 2 programmes
(8 ) Mishal Husain - 1 programme

NEWS AT TEN:
(1) Huw Edwards - 70 programmes
(2) Sophie Raworth - 39 programmes
(3) Clive Myrie - 19 programmes
(4) Reeta Chakrabarti - 17 programmes
(5) Fiona Bruce - 6 programmes
(6) Tina Daheley - 1 programme

WEEKEND NEWS (LUNCHTIME):
(1) Ben Brown - 21 programmes
(2) Carrie Gracie - 14 programmes
(3) Shaun Ley - 11 programmes
(4) Geeta Guru-Murthy - 9 programmes
(5) Martine Croxall - 3 programmes
(6) Reeta Chakrabarti - 1 programme
(-) Clive Myrie - 1 programme

WEEKEND NEWS (EVENING & LATE):
(1) Clive Myrie - 15 programmes
(2) Kate Silverton - 14 programmes
(3) Reeta Chakrabarti - 12 programmes
(-) Mishal Husain - 12 programmes
(4) Tina Daheley - 3 programmes
(5) Ben Brown - 2 programmes
(6) Martine Croxall - 1 programme
(-) Huw Edwards - 1 programme
(-) Jane Hill - 1 programme


And wikipedia still doesn't like me making edits to the fact that Sophie is the Main Presenter Monday-Thursday and Kate on a Friday. Or the fact that Clive and Reeta present as much as Kate or Mishal at weekends. Or that Saturdays late programme isn't the 10 Rolling Eyes

Yeah, the list of presenters and most programme articles are out of date because editors demand references that aren't Twitter or LinkedIn because they're "user generated".
IS
Inspector Sands


Imagine being shown this list at the start of the year...

Yeah I'd have said 'what sort of person has the time to collate such pointless data?' Laughing
lesmauresfr and Matthew_Fieldhouse gave kudos
RN
Rolling News Central (East) East Midlands Today


Imagine being shown this list at the start of the year...

Yeah I'd have said 'what sort of person has the time to collate such pointless data?' Laughing

Laughing Laughing
Stay alert. Control the virus. Save lives.
RN
Rolling News Central (East) East Midlands Today
BBC Weekend News 2000

Saturday and Sunday (until 15/10/00) Late News:
(1) George Alagiah - 35 programmes
(2) Fiona Bruce - 25 programmes
(3) Peter Sissons - 22 programmes
(4) Sian Williams - 7 programmes
(5) Nicholas Witchell - 6 programmes
(6) Huw Edwards - 1 programme (New Years Eve)

Sunday Ten (from 22/10/00):
(1) Peter Sissons - 4 programmes
(2) George Alagiah - 2 programmes
(-) Fiona Bruce - 2 programmes
(3) Sian Williams - 1 programme
Stay alert. Control the virus. Save lives.
RN
Rolling News Central (East) East Midlands Today
BBC Weekend News 2001

Saturday Late News/Sunday aired at time different from 10pm:
(1) Fiona Bruce - 14 programmes
(2) George Alagiah - 12 programmes
(3) Matthew Amroliwala - 11 programmes
(4) Darren Jordon - 8 programmes
(5) Peter Sissons - 5 programmes
(6) Sarah Montague - 2 programmes
(-) Nicholas Witchell - 2 programmes
(7) Michael Buerk - 1 programme

Sunday Ten:
(1) Fiona Bruce - 13 programmes
(2) Peter Sissons - 12 programmes
(3) George Alagiah - 10 programmes
(4) Darren Jordon - 5 programmes
(5) Matthew Amroliwala - 2 programmes
(-) Nicholas Witchell - 2 programmes
(6) Sarah Montague - 1 programme
Stay alert. Control the virus. Save lives.
RN
Rolling News Central (East) East Midlands Today
BBC Weekend News 2002

Saturday Late News/Sunday aired at different time from 10pm:
(1) Darren Jordon - 20 programmes
(2) Peter Sissons - 16 programmes
(3) Fiona Bruce - 11 programmes
(4) Matthew Amroliwala - 5 programmes
(5) Jane Hill - 3 programmes
(6) Sophie Raworth - 2 programmes
(7) George Alagiah - 1 programme
(-) Maxine Mawhinney - 1 programme

Sunday Ten:
(1) Darren Jordon - 17 programmes
(2) Fiona Bruce - 8 programmes
(-) Peter Sissons - 8 programmes
(3) Matthew Amroliwala - 6 programmes
(4) Jane Hill - 2 programmes
(5) George Alagiah - 1 programme
(-) Sarah Montague - 1 programme
(-) Sophie Raworth - 1 programme
Stay alert. Control the virus. Save lives.

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