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Sally Magnusson is a journalist, broadcaster and writer, much in demand as an after-dinner speaker and conference and award ceremony host. She presents a range of BBC programmes in the areas of current affairs, politics, news and religion. Among these are the BBC 1 daytime strands Missing and Britain's Streets, the Sunday series Songs of Praise, the early evening Scottish news programme Reporting Scotland and BBC 2's Daily Politics on Friday.
"The face of BBC Scotland News"
Sally was born in Glasgow, studied English at Edinburgh University and began her journalistic career as a journalist on The Scotsman. She joined BBC Scotland to present current affairs programmes and went on to present Sixty Minutes, the BBC's successor to Nationwide, for network television. As a reporter she has covered the General Elections in 1997, 2001 and 2005, the funeral of Princess Diana and the opening of the new Scottish Parliament.
What she offers you
As a speaker Sally specialises in delivering hilarious talks about juggling her life as a busy broadcaster and mother of five. She is highly experienced as a conference chair and talks knowledgeably on subjects as diverse as banking, energy and science.
How she presents
Highly professional and well used to the pressures of live television, Sally is an excellent host and speaker relaxed, eloquent and always well prepared.
She presents in English.
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