Julie Etchingham

Born Aug 21, 1969

Julie Anne Etchingham is a British television newsreader and journalist. She is the co-presenter of ITV News at Ten and is the presenter of the current affairs programme Tonight, having replaced Sir Trevor McDonald.

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1969 Birth Born in 1969.


1994 25 Years Old A graduate of Newnham College, Cambridge, Etchingham joined the BBC as a trainee after completing her studies, and went on to present the children's news programme Newsround in 1994.
1997 28 Years Old In 1997, Etchingham married the television producer Nick Gardner in Leicester. … Read More


2002 33 Years Old 1 More Event
She joined Sky News in 2002, and also presented editions of Five News when Sky won the contract to produce news programming for Channel 5 in 2005. … Read More
2005 36 Years Old She was also an occasional presenter on Five News after Sky took over as news provider for Five in January 2005.
2007 38 Years Old 1 More Event
On 29 October 2007, during a speech by David Cameron, Etchingham's microphone was left open and an aside was accidentally broadcast during live coverage of the Conservative leader's address. … Read More


2009 40 Years Old In October 2009, it was announced that Etchingham would present a relaunched Tonight programme from early 2010 – with the show airing once a week on Thursday nights.
2011 42 Years Old In April 2011, Etchingham and Phillip Schofield co-hosted ITV's coverage of the Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
2012 43 Years Old It was announced in April 2012 that she and Schofield would present the broadcaster's coverage of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee in June.
2013 44 Years Old In March 2013, she travelled to Rome to provide coverage of the election of Pope Francis for ITV News.
2015 46 Years Old In March 2015 it was announced that Etchingham would chair a televised leaders debate for ITV ahead of the 2015 general election, the only leaders debate featuring Prime Minister David Cameron to be held that year. … Read More
…  In February 2016, she won "Presenter of the Year" at the Royal Television Society journalism awards.
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