Jane Hill is a BBC News Presenter, Conference Presenter and Facilitator.
Jane currently presents the BBC News at One, Six and Ten.
On the News Channel, she presents the News at Five, and the weekly Film Review with Mark Kermode, along with outside broadcasts for major and breaking news stories.
Jane also chairs Dateline London on BBC World News, and on radio presents Saturday PM on Radio 4.
She has previously presented The World Tonight on Radio 4, and the Jeremy Vine programme on Radio 2.
Jane Hill has covered many major national and international stories for the BBC, including the 2007 floods in Hull, and Hurricane Katrina, from New Orleans and Texas. She reported from Washington DC in the aftermath of September 11th 2001, US Presidential elections, many weeks of coverage from Portugal following the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, Olympics and Paralympics, the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, numerous British general elections, and the murder of the MP Jo Cox in Yorkshire.
Jane also fronts BBC News’ annual coverage of the BAFTA Film Awards.
Jane worked in radio for 10 years before moving into television, and has presented programmes including the Midday News and Drive on Radio 5 Live.
She has a Politics degree from London University, and worked on Capitol Hill after graduation in 1991.
Jane Hill is a keen supporter of the arts, particularly theatre, and an equally enthusiastic patron of London’s finest gastropubs.
When off-air, Jane is a popular conference facilitator and awards host.