Sarah-Jane Mee is a television and radio presenter.
Sarah-Jane started out her career as a runner at Sky Sports News after graduating from University. Eventually moving to ITV, Sarah-Jane became a regional sports reporter for ITV Central in the Midlands.
As well as presenting the 6pm news programme Central Tonight, she went on to anchor regional sports shows Central Soccer Night and Hancock’s Half Time alongside comedian Nick Hancock and motoring programme Pulling Power.
Sarah-Jane was included as part of the ITV Sport presenting team for the Boat Race in its first ever year on the channel, she also co-hosted the Midlands biggest breakfast show on Heart FM until she made the move back to London.
Returning to Sky where it all began, Sarah-Jane Mee hosted Sky Sports Premier League highlights show Football First and was part of Sky’s Champion’s League coverage and the Saturday morning magazine show Cricket AM during the summer months.
She took her news experience to the screen at Sky News presenting the breakfast show Sunrise alongside Eamonn Holmes and the afternoon political programme Boulton and Co alongside Sky News’ Political Editor Adam Boulton.
Sarah-Jane was the first female lead anchor on Sky News Sunrise; reporting on history-defining moments live on TV such as breaking the news of Margaret Thatcher’s death in 2013, live coverage on the General Election in 2015 and she was live on air during the unfolding of the Brussels terror attacks in 2016.
Sarah-Jane currently presents her own self-titled show ‘The Sarah-Jane Mee Show’ every weekday afternoon on Sky News.
Never afraid of new challenges Sarah-Jane took part in the TV documentary series Riding the Dales which took novice cyclists from zero to Tour de France in 5 months. Along with other TV personalities she undertook a gruelling training regime and completed the first stage of the Tour de France, a 190km route from Leeds to Harrogate over the Yorkshire Dales, just weeks before the pro riders.
Championing women in sport and in sports broadcasting, Sarah-Jane is proud to host the Sports Women of the Year Awards live on Sky Sports in association with the Sunday Times which celebrates women at every level of sport both amateur and professional.
Sarah-Jane combined both her enthusiasm for sport and current affairs in the weekly programme What’s the Story? which brought together sports personalities from different disciplines to discuss and debate the week’s big sporting stories.
Sarah-Jane has also hosted Entertainment Week on Sky interviewing directors, actors and singers as well as looking at the latest film releases and showbiz news.
Furthermore, Sarah-Jane is regular contributor to LBC radio on a broad range of topical news stories and has hosted the Morning News programme on the station.
Sarah-Jane See is also a hugely popular event and awards host. Whether it’s hosting awards ceremonies like the Inspirational Women Awards, sports events such as the Boodles Tennis tournament, on pitch presentations and activity for the ECB or RFU or high-end sports launches including, the new OnePro Cycling team put together by England wicketkeeper Matt Prior, Sarah-Jane regularly receives praise for her natural stage presence, ability to control large rooms and on-stage humour.
Sarah-Jane has also hosted dinners and Q&A sessions for organisations including GoogleUK, Amnesty International and the League Manager’s Associations.
A firm believer in ‘strong not skinny’ Sarah-Jane is an ambassador for Virgin Active gyms and advocates a healthy body image whatever size or shape that may be. She completed her first London Marathon in 2015.