Natasha Kaplinsky

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== Shows ==
== Shows ==
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[[A Song for Europe|Making Your Mind Up]]
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[[Born to Shine]]
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[[A Song for Europe|Eurovision: Making Your Mind Up]]
[[Strictly Come Dancing]] (participant and stand-in host)
[[Strictly Come Dancing]] (participant and stand-in host)
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== Biography ==
== Biography ==
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Natasha Kaplinsky graduated in English from Hertford College, Oxford, and worked in the Labour Party press office for several years before joining Meridian TV as their early morning newsreader in 1997. She soon moved on to presenting the station's main evening news programme, before moving to London and hosting ''London Tonight'' and ''Seven Days''. In 2000 she joined Sky News and two years later moved to the BBC, co-hosting ''Breakfast'' with [[Dermot Murnaghan]]. She has also presented the ''Six O'Clock News'' and ''Children in Need''.  
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Natasha Kaplinsky graduated in English from Hertford College, Oxford, and worked in the Labour Party press office for several years before joining Meridian TV as their early morning newsreader in 1997. She soon moved on to presenting the South Coast edition of their nightly news programme ''Meridian Tonight'' (with [[Fred Dinenage]]), before moving to London News Network and hosting ''London Tonight'' and ''Seven Days''. In 2000 she joined Sky News and two years later moved to the BBC, co-hosting ''Breakfast'' with [[Dermot Murnaghan]]. She has also presented the ''Six O'Clock News'' and ''Children in Need''.
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In October 2007 she accepted a £1m exclusive contract with five, making her Britain's highest-paid newsreader.
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In October 2007 she accepted a £1m exclusive contract with five, making her the Britain's highest-paid newsreader.
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She has also been the subject of one edition of the BBC's family history series, "Who Do You Think You Are?"
==Contact==
==Contact==

Current revision as of 22:32, 24 January 2016

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Contents

Shows

Born to Shine

Eurovision: Making Your Mind Up

Strictly Come Dancing (participant and stand-in host)

Biography

Natasha Kaplinsky graduated in English from Hertford College, Oxford, and worked in the Labour Party press office for several years before joining Meridian TV as their early morning newsreader in 1997. She soon moved on to presenting the South Coast edition of their nightly news programme Meridian Tonight (with Fred Dinenage), before moving to London News Network and hosting London Tonight and Seven Days. In 2000 she joined Sky News and two years later moved to the BBC, co-hosting Breakfast with Dermot Murnaghan. She has also presented the Six O'Clock News and Children in Need.

In October 2007 she accepted a £1m exclusive contract with five, making her Britain's highest-paid newsreader.

She has also been the subject of one edition of the BBC's family history series, "Who Do You Think You Are?"

Contact

KBJ Management, 7 Soho Street, London W1D 3DQ

Web links

KBJ Management page

Wikipedia entry

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