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Shahnaz Pakravan (Persian: شهناز پاکروان born c.1957) is a former British radio and television presenter.
Pakravan has worked for several leading news and current affairs channels:
- BBC TV
- Channel Four
On Channel Four, she was the news anchor for the daily breakfast news and business programme Channel Four Daily. She was also the co-presenter of Channel 4 News, the channel's main evening prime-time bulletin.
- Dubai TV
- BBC Radio
Her radio work included hosting BBC Radio Four's popular programme, Woman's Hour.
Science and technology: Pakravan was anchor and reporter on the well-known BBC programme Tomorrow's World. Health: she was anchor and presenter for the Channel Four programme Health Alert. Comedy: in 1990, she made a cameo appearance as a comedic actress, appearing as an 'Indian woman' in the hit sit-com Drop the Dead Donkey.
Arab World Direct, the programme Pakravan hosted, aired all over the Arab world - including Saudi Arabia - and had a special 9-11 edition, which featured an extended interview with Prince Abdullah bin Faisal bin Turki Al Saud, the former Governor of the Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority. Other high-profile interviews include Jordan's King Abdullah and the new UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
Pakravan has two adult daughters from her first marriage.
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