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|Education||Grange Academy, Kilmarnock|
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|Books||The House by the Loch|
|The Legacy of Elizabeth Pringle|
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The Review Show
Words With Wark
Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie
A Question of Taste
A Question of Genius
Beyond the Pole
The Book Quiz
Home Movie Roadshow
Edinburgh Nights with Sue Perkins
The Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction
Kirsty Wark Life story
Kirsteen Anne "Kirsty" Wark FRSE is a Scottish television presenter with a long career at the BBC. Starting on Radio Scotland, where she became a producer, Wark switched to television, presenting The Late Show and Newsnight, as well as hosting her own interview programme and launching a production company.
Early LifeKirsty wark is a scottish journailst and broadcaster. She was born in dumfries. Scotland on 4th february 1955. She attenedd the university of aberdeen. Where she studied english and economics.
CareerWark started her career in journalism as a newsreader and reporter at bbc radio scotland in the late 1970s. In the 1980s. She began to appear as a presenter on bbc scotalnd s current affairs programme. Reporting scotland. She rose to fame when she became the presenter of newsnight in 1993. She has been a presentre on the show ever since.
Presenting WorkIn addition to her work on newsnight. Wark has presented a number of other programmes. Including the bbc s coverage of the edinburgh festival. The bbc s children in need appeal. And the euroviison sogn contest. She has also presented a number of documentaries. Including a series on the life of malcolm x.
Radio WorkIn addition to her television work. Wark has also presented shows for bbc radio 4. Including the series kirstys home truths. She is also a regualr contributor to bbc radio scotlands good morning scotland programme.
AwardsWark has won a number of awards for her work. Including the royal television society awadr for best presenter in 2004. And the bafta scotland aawrd for best news programme in 2005.
WritingWark has also written a number of books. Including a biography of the late labour mp. Tony benn. And a novel. the legacy of elizabeth pringle.
Personal LifeWark is married to alan clements. A former television producer. They have two children.
Important EventIn 2017. Wark was awarded a cbe for her services to broadcasting and chartiy.
Interesting FactWark is a collector of vintage fashion and has a large collectino of vintage clothign and accessories.
Kirsty Wark to leave BBC Newsnight after 30 years
...Kirsty Wark, the longest-serving presenter of BBC Two s Newsnight, is to step down from the programme...
Lockerbie bombing suspect will not face death penalty
Lockerbie bombing suspect due to appear in US court
Families welcome Lockerbie bomb suspect's detention
Kay and Derbyshire to host BBC Breakfast and Newsnight respectively
... Derbyshire, who will join Kirsty Wark from September, she was " delighted"...
General Election 2019: Huw Edwards to lead BBC coverage
... Sarah Smith and Kirsty Wark will broadcast live from Scotland, while Naga Munchetty, Andrew Marr and Nick Robinson will be among the presenters reporting from key constituency locations...
PM has a problem with immigration - Soubry
... Anna Soubry, who now sits with the Independent Group, told Newsnight s Kirsty Wark: The only reason why she will not agree to [continued membership of] the single market is because of free movement of people...
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