Kathy Clugston Biography
British newsreader, an announcer on BBC Radio 4, BBC Radio 4 Extra and the BBC World Service, Kathy Clugston was born on August 22, 1969, in Belfast, Ireland. Kathy Clugston was diagnosed with anosmia, at the age of eleven. Kathy was raised by her parents but she has not mentioned her parent’s name on her bio. She went to Methodist College and then studied French and Russian at Queen's University in Belfast.
Kathy holds British nationality and is of white ethnicity. Moving to her personal life, Kathy is hiding the details about her current affair and relationship history from her fans. Kathy has never been assumed to have dated anyone and also she remains unmarried.
She started working on “ Radio 4” in 2006 and first read evening news bulletins in 2007. Kathy began news reading duties on the Today program in 2008. Kathy has also narrated many TV documentaries, Peter and the Wolf, The Three Little Pigs, The Owl and the Pussy Cat. Information about her salary and net worth is unknown to us.
Born in Belfast Ireland
Kathy Clugston was born in Belfast, Ireland on August 22, 1969. She was raised by her parents in her hometown. When she was eleven, she diagnosed with anosmia. She attended Methodist College and then studied French and Russian at Queen's University Belfast.Edit
Worked as a continuity announcer and transmission directo
She worked as a continuity announcer and transmission director at BBC Northern Ireland in 1996, to announcing for BBC One Northern Ireland, BBC Two Northern Ireland, and appearing as one of three in-vision announcers on BBC Choice Northern Ireland.Edit
Began working on BBC Radio 4
She began working on BBC Radio 4 in 2006. BBC Radio 4 is a radio station owned and operated by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) that broadcasts a wide variety of spoken-word programmes including news, drama, comedy, science and history.Edit
Began newsreading duties on Today programme"
She began news reading duties on the "Today programme" in April 2008. Clugston is known as 'The Posh Radio 4 Lady' or 'The PR4L' on Scott Mills's afternoon radio show on BBC Radio 1, reading out emails from listeners.Edit
She has written a book, A Brief History of Tim and a musical about Radio 4 called But First This - with music by Desmond O'Connor - which premiered at the Watermill Theatre, Newbury in October 2014.Edit