Rozina Sini

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Rozina Sini is a radio presenter on the BBC Asian Network born in Bradford, England.

University and early career in commercial radio[edit]

Started in commercial radio at the age of fifteen presenting a range of shows.

Completed a degree in broadcast journalism before going to work in local radio stations in Lincoln and Leicester.

Rozina Sini on the BBC[edit]

Joined the BBC Asian Network as a news reporter in June 2001 at the time of the General Election and reported the aftermath of the World Trade Center attacks on 11 September 2001 and in October 2002 was promoted to senior broadcast journalist.

In 2002 travelled to India for BBC Radio Five Live and the BBC Asian Network to cover India's equivalent of the Oscars. She also covered the 7/7 bombings and the Earthquakes in Pakistan.

From 15 May 2006 she has been presenting The Wrap on the BBC Asian Network from 12:00pm to 12:30pm weekdays described as being "a new type of Urban Journalism". As of January 2009 she presents 2 editions of The Wrap every weekday. From 20 April 2009 The Wrap was renamed simply as Asian Network Reports and goes out at 12:30pm to 1:00pm and 6:00pm to 6:30pm. (Monday - Friday).

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