Nina Warhurst is BBC Breakfast’s main business presenter, and often fills in as anchor on the famous “red sofa.”
Nina is happiest running around a factory or a farm, delivering the latest economic news in a high-vis jacket and wellies.
Her work as a political correspondent means she’s interviewed three Prime Ministers – two of them at Downing Street.
Journalism has taken Nina to Russia, Argentina, Brazil, Azerbaijan, Israel and the West Bank. She once got stranded with the Royal Navy off the coast of Libya over the fall of Colonel Gadaffi!
Nina has a master’s degree in Arts in History and Politics from Edinburgh University. After graduation, she pursued a career in broadcast journalism.
She began her career at the BBC as the BBC’s East Midlands reporter, later becoming a political journalist at BBC News.
Nina is based in Manchester, where she lives with her husband, their two little boys, and a cat. A house renovation and a father with dementia also keep her busy.
An experienced host, Nina Warhurst is available to chair conferences, facilitate panel sessions and host awards ceremonies.