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Julie Bradbury (Julia Michele Bradbury) was born on 24 July, 1970 in Dublin, Ireland, is a Journalist and television presenter. At 50 years old, Julie Bradbury height is 5 ft 9 in (175.3 cm).
Now We discover Julie Bradbury's Biography, Age, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of net worth at the age of 52 years old?
|Popular As||Julia Michele Bradbury|
|Occupation||Journalist and television presenter|
|Julie Bradbury Age||52 years old|
|Born||24 July 1970|
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Who Is Julie Bradbury's Husband?
Her husband is Gerard Cunningham (m. 2000)
|Husband||Gerard Cunningham (m. 2000)|
Julie Bradbury Net Worth
She net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Julie Bradbury worth at the age of 52 years old? Julie Bradbury’s income source is mostly from being a successful Journalist. She is from British. We have estimated Julie Bradbury's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2022||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2021||Pending|
|Salary in 2021||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Journalist|
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She presented a Greek islands programme in Jan 2020 for ITV.Featuring Skiathos Skopelos Santorini Rhodes etc.
On 10 January 2020, she presented the first of a new primetime series on ITV entitled The Greek Islands with Julia Bradbury.
In 2019 she presented My £10K Holiday Home, a new primetime ITV series.
On 17 November 2018, she joined the demonstration organised in London by Extinction Rebellion.
Beginning in January 2017, Bradbury presented Britain's Best Walks for ITV. In 2018, she co-presented a one-off programme called Britain's Favourite Walks: Top 100, as voted for by the public. Ore Oduba presented the programme with her.
In 2016, Bradbury began presenting her own eight-part ITV series Best Walks with a View with Julia Bradbury. A book, Unforgettable Walks, was published alongside the series.
In 2015, Bradbury presented an ITV primetime series called The Wonder of Britain.
On 3 March 2014, it was announced that Bradbury would be leaving Countryfile and the BBC completely later in the year before joining ITV full-time after doing odd jobs for them in the past. In 2016, she took part in the third series of Sport Relief's Famous, Rich and Homeless programme.
On 26 September 2014, it was announced that Bradbury and Cunningham were expecting again, this time with twins which were conceived via IVF. On 12 March 2015, Bradbury gave birth to twin girls Xanthe and Zena.
It was incorrectly reported in several newspapers at the time that Bradbury had to repay £20,000 worth of Air Miles – in fact her account (and several others) had been tampered with by an employee who was later arrested and charged. In April 2009 it was announced that Bradbury would present the relaunched primetime Countryfile with Matt Baker. Anne Robinson returned to Watchdog after an eight-year absence.
In 2013, Bradbury co-presented the BBC One show Fightback Britain with Adrian Simpson and the BBC One show Keeping Britain Safe 24/7 with Matt Allwright.
In 2013, Bradbury co-presented the two-part ITV series Mystery Map with Ben Shephard. In the same year, she presented teatime quiz show Take On the Twisters, a summer replacement for The Chase.
In October 2013, she became president of the Camping and Caravanning Club, the first woman to hold the post and following such luminaries as Dr David Bellamy, Lord Baden-Powell and Scott of the Antarctic.
On 14 November 2013, Bradbury was awarded an honorary doctorate by Sheffield Hallam University.
In February 2012, Bradbury was appointed an ambassador for the Scout Association.
Another walking programme, Julia Bradbury's Icelandic Walk, aired on 11 May 2011 on BBC Four. Her challenge was to walk the 60 kilometres of Iceland's most famous hiking route, which includes the newest hills on Earth. This route ends at Eyjafjallajökull, the volcano whose copious eruptions of volcanic ash brought air traffic across Europe to a standstill in April 2010. She also presented a new series in May 2011, following the routes of some of the UK's canals.
From November to December 2011, Bradbury presented a series called That's Britain! with Nick Knowles, focusing on the good, the bad and the ugly in Britain. She presented with Hugh Dennis a four-part BBC One documentary series The Great British Countryside, which began in February 2012. She has co-presented (with Richard Hammond) a programme about the wildlife of different countries called Planet Earth Live in 2012, which has aired on BBC One.
Bradbury has also presented on radio for BBC London 94.9, and Radio 5 Live. She crossed NUJ picket lines to present Radio 5 Live's breakfast programme on 15 July 2011. She presented the programme with Ian Payne who also broke the strike.
Bradbury lives in Rutland and west London. In summer 2006, she was treated for endometriosis. In February 2011, Bradbury and her partner, Gerard Cunningham, announced they were expecting their first child, despite the problems associated with endometriosis. On 4 August 2011, Bradbury gave birth to her first child, a son named Zephyrus Cunningham.
In 2010, Bradbury went to South Africa and embarked on a series of South Africa Walks as part of South Africa season for the BBC during the 2010 World Cup.
In December 2010, she presented another walking-themed series, Julia Bradbury's German Wanderlust on BBC Four in which she explored Germany and its Romantic movement through a series of walks across the country. The series was repeated on BBC Two in January and February 2011. In May 2011, she presented Canal Walks with Julia Bradbury.
Bradbury is President of the Friends of the Peak District and Vice-President of the CPRE in South Yorkshire. In April 2010 she became president of the Ramblers.
From 2 March 2009, Bradbury temporarily stepped down from BBC One's Watchdog following allegations in the press concerning irregularities in her Virgin Atlantic frequent flyer account. Anita Rani stepped in to co-present the show with Nicky Campbell. On 15 April 2009, Bradbury was cleared of any wrongdoing in the investigation, and it was confirmed that she would return to present Watchdog, which she did on 20 April 2009.
That year, Bradbury also presented Wainwright Walks on BBC Four, in which she followed the mountain routes of the renowned fell walker and guidebook author Alfred Wainwright. The series was later repeated on BBC Two and ran for two series. Her appearance in this and the Railway Walks series earned her the title of "Walking Man's Totty". On 20 July 2009 her series Coast to Coast started on BBC Two.
In 2009, she competed in the Macmillan 4x4 UK Challenge with her sister, Gina Fox, raising £7,000 towards the £105,000 raised for Macmillan Cancer Support. Later that year, she travelled from Kazakhstan to Mongolia with Countryfile co-star Matt Baker in BBC's Around the World in 80 Days in aid of Children in Need.
From 2008 to 2011, Bradbury presented four series of Kill It, Cook It, Eat It on BBC Three. The first series concentrated on commercially farmed animals such as chickens, pigs, sheep and cattle. The second series featured hunted wild game such as ducks, rabbits, deer and grouse. The third series focused on fast food; a group of six people went through the process of killing, cooking and eating animals. The fourth series focused on how animal products from the first series are used outside of the meat trade. Bradbury was joined by young consumers to uncover the animal origins of many of western society's favourite things as body parts were transformed from abattoir to shop display.
In August 2007, Bradbury presented Ultimate Britain – Climbing on BBC One, with rock climber Tim Emmett. Bradbury's lifetime ambition to be a 'real' rock climber was achieved when the pair successfully ascended Cornwall's Commando Ridge, Crackstone Rib in the Llanberis Pass, and the Old Man of Stoer.
Bradbury and co-host Arkin Salih hosted the BBC's Are We Being Served?, which examined customer service in the UK and ran for six programmes in the summer of 2006. The show later received strong criticism from comedian Lee Mack when he named it as 'the most evil programme ever made' during his appearance on TV Heaven, Telly Hell.
She is best known for co-presenting the BBC One programme Countryfile with Matt Baker from 2004 until 2014. She also presented Watchdog (2005–2009) and Planet Earth Live (2012) for the BBC and Take on the Twisters (2013), The Wonder of Britain (2015) and Britain's Best Walks (2017) for ITV.
From 1997, she anchored Exclusive! for Five (now Channel 5). With Tim Vine, she presented the launch of Channel 5 in 1997.
Bradbury started as a television presenter with Chrysalis TV, followed by L!VE TV, before making the transition in 1996 from cable TV to terrestrial with GMTV as its Los Angeles correspondent. Bradbury also worked as a co-host on Top Gear during the 1990s.
Julia Michele Bradbury (born 24 July 1970) is an English television presenter, employed by the BBC and ITV, specialising in documentaries and consumer affairs.