Tina Daheley


Tina Daheley is an experienced broadcaster whose work spans across news, current affairs, sport, and the arts, appealing to a wide range of diverse audiences. She is the news presenter on The Zoe Ball Breakfast show on BBC Radio 2 and presents the BBC’s longest running TV series, Points of View. Tina also regularly hosts BBC Breakfast and prime-time bulletins on the BBC News at Six and BBC News at Ten.

Tina joined the BBC after completing a first-class honours degree in Computer Science, and a Masters in Broadcast Journalism. Since then, she has been a familiar face on our TV screens hosting Crimewatch, Crimewatch Roadshow, Panorama, The Woman’s Football World Cup, The Royal Wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and the BBC’s Coronation coverage of King Charles III.

She has built up an extensive list of radio credits, working on The Radio 1 Breakfast shows with Chris Moyles and Nick Grimshaw. Tina has also helmed Woman’s Hour on BBCR 4, The Cultural Frontline on BBC World Service, Newscast on BBC Sounds, and The Jeremy Vine Show on Radio 2.

Tina is passionate about making news, current affairs, and the arts accessible to everyone and is especially skilled at chairing panels and hosting debates. On TV these have included The EU Referendum, The Final Election Debates, and numerous General Election Campaigns for BBC 1 and BBC News; and on stage these have included the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Royal Foundation.