BBC news presenter, radio host and tv journalist Kate Silverton is an excellent addition to any event. Kate has fronted a range of BBC News programs, radio shows, and hosted Have I Got News For You, giving her the perfect experience to host awards, facilitate conferences, and moderate panel events.
Kate Silverton is a highly accomplished, versatile journalist and popular presenter of BBC news, current affairs and entertainment programmes. She has won plaudits for her reporting from Iraq, and is no stranger to conflict, having covered several of the world’s troubled and beleaguered regions, including reporting from the front line in Afghanistan.
Kate regularly anchors the One O’clock, Six O’clock and Ten O’clock news for BBC One, has presented for Panorama, ran her own weekly radio show for BBC Five Live, guest presented Saturday Live for Radio 4 and has sat on many panels debating the week’s topical News stories with expert guests and politicians.
Her wealth of experience on the corporate circuit makes her a popular choice for hosting Award Ceremonies and conferences, bringing personality, warmth and humour to proceedings.
2012 saw Kate bag an exclusive interview with His Royal Highness, The Duke of Cambridge who confessed to Kate his real anger over the levels of rhino poaching in Africa. She works alongside him as a patron for the Tusk Conservation Charity, Kate was also given the opportunity to co-host the Tusk Conservation Awards ceremony.
Having hosted and appeared in a number of programmes, including 'The Speaker' - a debate show for young teenagers, World War Two programme 'My Family at War' and 'Propertywatch’, a series which looked at the British housing market, Kate’s extensive range of skills is evident.
She was on the "Have I Got News for You" panel and raced Fiona Bruce on "Top Gear".
Kate is an active supporter of a number of charities including TUSK, Kids Company and has twice taken part in the London Triathlon to raise money for SPARKS childrens' charity.
A keen sportswoman, she presented various events at the Olympic Games with a focus on the Marathon and Road Races.
She is passionate about conservation and has become a clear voice on the challenges that women face trying to juggle a career and motherhood.
A highly accomplished, versatile awards host, journalist and popular presenter of BBC news, current affairs and entertainment programmes, Kate is sure to impress at any challenge she takes on.