Mike Embley Biography
Mike Embley is an English broadcast journalist who is best known for hosting BBC World News, the BBC’s worldwide news and current affairs television program. He presently hosts BBC World News, BBC One, and the BBC News Channel every night from Tuesday to Friday.
How old is Mike Embley? – Age
Mike Embley was born as Michael Kenneth Embley on 25 May 1955 in Sutton, Surrey, England. He is 66 years as of 2021.
Where did Mike Embley go to school? – Education
Embley trained on the South Wales Echo and Western Mail as a journalist with Thomson daily newspaper in Wales.
Embley’s parents and siblings – Family
Embley was brought up by his parents alongside two brothers whose names are not revealed.
Judy Embley, a BBC producer, is Embley’s wife. They are the parents of two daughters. Embley has kept his personal life out of the spotlight, so little is known about his family.
Mike Embley Salary and Net Worth
His salary and net worth are not known.
Mike Embley Career
He began his career in 1983 with BBC Wales’ Wales Today, followed by all consumer issues program Watchdog in 1987, and Public Eye in 1989. During his time with Public Eye, he was the first British reporter to travel to San Francisco to report on the earthquake. Embley then joined ITN’s Channel 4 News as a reporter and producer before joining the BBC as a reporter for its flagship One Way ‘Clock News, Six Sequence ‘Clock Information, and thus ‘Clock News bulletins. Currently, Embley works as a replacement presenter for Nature on BBC Two and has made two films for Panorama.
In 1995, Embley joined BBC World and stayed for two years before taking over as the primary heir of Newsroom South East and the BBC’s regional press app for London and the South East of England. Following the program’s replacement by two separate regional bulletins (BBC London and South East Now) in 2001, Embley re-joined BBC World as a secretary. Since then, he has appeared on the national BBC News Channel, conducted one-on-one interviews for the BBC app HARDtalk, and recorded a few chains for the radio channel BBC World Service. Mike has recently been introducing the day slot on BBC World, including a one-hour live co-presentation from Washington, D.C.