Nina Ridge Bio, Age, Height, Family, Husband, Salary, Net worth, BBC
Nina Ridge Biography
This is what you need to know about Nina Ridge is a British weather forecaster for BBC. She began working for the BBC Weather Center in December 2001, and until 2015, she provided national television forecasts on BBC One.
Nina Ridge Age
Ridge was born on 1974 in The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield, United Kingdom. She is currently 47 years old as of 2020.
Nina Ridge Height
Ridge is a woman of average stature and shape she has however not revealed any details concerning her height. We will update this information once its available.
Nina Ridge Family
Ridge was raised in West of Kent her great-grandmother was Sylvia Payne. Details concerning her parents and siblings are unknown.
Nina Ridge Husband
Ridge is married to John Ridge whose an officer in the Royal Engineers. They got married in June 1999 in Kent. The two have four children together two daughters and two sons.
Nina Ridge Salary
Ridge earns an annual salary ranging $ 46,000- $ 76,000 dollars.
Nina Ridge Net worth
Ridge has an estimated net worth ranging between $ 500,000- $ 1 million dollars.
Nina Ridge Education
Ridge studied at Girls Grammer school where she studied Mathematics with Management Studies at the University of Leeds. She also did a PGCE at the University of Bristol and is also a qualified maths teacher.
Nina Ridge BBC
Ridge taught Maths and PE for three years at her old school, Weald of Kent Grammar, but after formally resigning in 2018, she continued to teach her year 11 class in order to ensure their progress in their GCSEs. Ridge began working at the BBC Weather Centre in December 2001 after seeing an advertisement in The Guardian for the role. Ridge has also performed on the television show Stargazing Live.
She was one of the key evening forecasters for BBC South East and presented forecasts for national television on BBC One until August 2015. She flew with The Blades, an Eastbourne Airbourne team.
The British Broadcasting Corporation is a public service broadcaster with headquarters in Westminster, London’s Broadcasting House. It is the world’s oldest national broadcaster, as well as the highest in terms of employee numbers. The BBC is governed by a Royal Charter and works under a Memorandum of Understanding with the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport.
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Spells of 35C or 36C for 3 or more days in a row doesn’t happen very often:
🗓️26-28 June 1976
🗓️1-3 July 1976
🗓️2-4 Aug 1990
— Met Office (@metoffice) August 6, 2020