|Born||16 April 1979|
|Occupation||Journalist and presenter|
Tina Daheley (born 16 April 1979) is a British journalist and presenter who works for the BBC. She currently reads the news on The Radio 2 Breakfast Show with Zoë Ball, often contributing to discussions during the show.
Daheley has also presented the 60 Seconds news on BBC Three, E24 on the News Channel and Revealed (BBC Two's Switch Zone). She is the former host of the 1Xtra news show, the flagship news programme for BBC Radio 1Xtra. She was the sports newsreader on The Chris Moyles Show from February 2010 until the show ended in September 2012. She went on to host the news, sport, and weather bulletins for Breakfast Show with Nick Grimshaw from 24th September 2012, until she left Radio 1 in 10 August 2018.
On Tuesday 29 May 2018, Daheley made her debut on the BBC News at Six and on Sunday, 8 July 2018, Daheley made her debut on the BBC News at Ten, anchoring the corporation's flagship evening news programme for the first time.
In July 2018, the BBC published updated salaries of its best-paid presenters, and Daheley was included in the list for the first time. The corporation named on-air presenters earning more than £150,000 in 2017–18. Daheley was listed as earning between £150,000–£159,999 during that year.
Daheley comes from a Sikh family and was brought up in Perivale, West London. She was educated at The Ellen Wilkinson School For Girls in Ealing. She studied computer science at Brunel University and went on to complete a Master's degree in journalism at the University of Leeds. She is a supporter of Arsenal F.C.
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