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Emma Barnett was born on 5 February, 1985 in Manchester, United Kingdom, is a British journalist. At 35 years old, Emma Barnett height not available right now. We will update Emma Barnett's height soon as possible.
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|Popular As||Emma Barnett|
|Occupation||JournalistTV and radio presenter|
|Age||35 years old|
|Born||5 February 1985|
|Birthplace||Manchester, United Kingdom|
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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|Wikipedia||Emma Barnett Wikipedia|
In March 2019 she became one of the regular presenters on BBC Two's Newsnight. The editor, Esmé Wren, said she was "thrilled to welcome Emma – whose formidable skill as an interviewer and no-nonsense approach further strengthens the programme's agenda-setting impact."
In March 2018, Barnett began a series of podcasts for Historic England entitled Irreplaceable: A History of England in 100 Places. The podcast, presented by Barnett and Dr. Suzannah Lipscomb, was nominated for the British Podcast Awards in the 'Best Branded Content' category in April 2018. Deputising for the programme's usual host, she presented The Andrew Marr Show on Sunday, 20 May 2018.
In autumn 2017, she co-presented the live discussion programme After the News on ITV. In March 2019 she became one of the regular presenters on BBC Two’s Newsnight.
In May 2017, Barnett interviewed the Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn on Woman's Hour, as part of the general election cycle. Corbyn struggled to recall the correct costing estimates relating to his party's childcare proposals. Some supporters of the Labour leader sent abuse to Barnett via the social media network Twitter, which were considered antisemitic in nature. Corbyn responded to the abuse later the same day, condemning the use of antisemitic slurs, as well as stating that "under no circumstances whatsoever should anyone throw personal abuse at anyone else because they are doing the job that they have been employed to do".
After her time with The Telegraph, Barnett started presenting the morning slot on BBC Radio 5 Live in September 2016, being the first woman to have a solo daily slot since the departure of Shelagh Fogarty and Victoria Derbyshire two years earlier in a new-look schedule. In August 2016, Barnett's 'Tough Love' agony column began in The Sunday Times Magazine. To encourage her readers to write in about difficult issues, she referred to "the most painful chapter of my life" when her father was "imprisoned for living off immoral earnings". Ian Barnett was jailed for three years and eight months in 2008 after admitting to keeping a string of brothels, controlling prostitution and conspiracy to control brothels.
A radio presenter for LBC for almost three years until early 2014, Barnett joined BBC Radio 5 Live in the summer. From November 2014, she presented the station's Hit List programme, a countdown of the 40 highest profile online news stories of the week.
In April 2014, Barnett was a judge for Woman's Hour (BBC Radio 4) power list, a programme on which she has been an occasional presenter, the youngest in the programme's history. A decade before Barnett began her role on Woman's Hour, at 17, she did work experience with its presenter, Jenni Murray. Additionally, she has made documentaries for Radio 4.
Barnett was named best newcomer at the Arqiva commercial radio awards in 2012 and named in two consecutive annual lists of the Radio Academy’s 30 under 30 list. She also made the 20 under 30 Hot List feature in Red magazine in 2011. While at The Telegraph, Barnett was Digital Journalist of the Year by the Association of Online Publishers and Digital Writer of the Year at the 2011 Online Media Awards.
Following the postgraduate course at Cardiff, Barnett began her career in journalism at Media Week in 2007 and joined The Daily Telegraph in 2009, later becoming the paper's first digital media editor, and then, from 2012, the women's editor. Barnett launched The Telegraph' s digital section, "Wonder Women" in October 2012 with contributors such as Cathy Newman of Channel 4 News. "I don’t remember ever not being a feminist", Barnett told an interviewer in 2015, and she is a member of the Women's Equality Party.
In 2006, Barnett graduated with a degree in History and Politics from Nottingham University.
Emma Barnett (born 5 February 1985) is a British broadcaster and journalist. A former Digital Media and Women Editor for The Daily Telegraph, she is a presenter for BBC Radio 5 Live and an occasional presenter of Woman's Hour on BBC Radio 4. Since August 2016, Barnett has been a columnist for The Sunday Times and, from June 2017, a co-presenter of BBC One's Sunday Morning Live.
Barnett was born on 5 February 1985 in Manchester to Ian and Michele Barnett, who were business owners in the Greater Manchester area. She attended Manchester High School for Girls, an independent school.