Martine Croxall

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Martine Croxall
Born 1969
Hinckley
Education Bablake School
University of Leeds
Occupation Journalist, presenter
Notable credit(s) BBC News Channel
BBC World News
BBC News at Nine
Spouse(s) Stephen Morris

Martine Sarah Croxall (born 1969, Hinckley, Leicestershire) is a British journalist and television news presenter working for the BBC. Croxall is currently one of the main presenters on the BBC News Channel.

Education[edit]

Croxall was educated at St Margaret's, Church of England Primary School in the village of Stoke Golding, Leicestershire. She then continued her education at the independent Bablake School in Coventry.[1] She then studied Geography at the University of Leeds, gaining her BA in 1990, following this with a year out in Africa.[2]

Career[edit]

She joined the BBC with work experience at BBC Radio Leicester. Following this, Croxall began work at East Midlands Today, the BBC regional news programme for that region. Since that she has also worked at Newsroom South East (1997) and UK Today, a BBC satellite television programme discontinued in 2002.[3]

She is currently a presenter on the domestic BBC News Channel between 2100-0030 on Fridays and 2000-0000 Saturday-Sunday and occasionally presents on the international channel BBC World News. Until 2011, Croxall was one of the main presenters of the overnight 0100 - 0500 time slot simulcast on both channels.

Personal life[edit]

Croxall married Stephen Morris in December 2000 in Kensington, west London. The couple have a son (born March 2002) and daughter (born June 2004), and live in Hertfordshire.

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