Deborah Mackenzie

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Deborah Mackenzie (born 16 May 1955) is one of four presenters who regularly present the overnight shift on the rolling 24-hour UK news service the BBC News Channel, which is also shown on BBC One and BBC World News during this time.

Early life[edit]

She was born on the same day as Hazel O'Connor. Mackenzie was educated at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and is a trained voice coach.

Life and career[edit]

Before taking up this role Mackenzie appeared on the BBC World Service for a number of years, and also presented several programmes on classical music, such as the BBC Proms from the Royal Albert Hall. Mackenzie is also an occasional visiting lecturer at the University of Westminster.

She has two daughters Caroline & Rachel. She lives in Earl Shilton in Leicestershire.

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