Nuala Mcgovern Biography
Nuala McGovern is a BBC World News journalist and television presenter from Ireland. Previously, she was the main presenter for Outside Source on the BBC World Service from 2014 to January 2022.
Nuala Mcgovern Age
Nuala Mcgovern was born in Dublin, Ireland. However, she has kept her exact birth date and year out of the public eye. She may be around 52 years old.
Nuala Mcgovern Height
Nuala’s height is 5 ft 7 in/1.7m tall.
Nuala Mcgovern Family
Nuala is from Drumcondra, Dublin, Ireland. She was raised in an Irish family by a publican father and her sister. Furthermore, her sister applied for a green card on her behalf, prompting her to relocate to the United States. Nuala and her family used to spend their holidays and weekends in Wicklow because they owned a home there.
Nuala Mcgovern Husband
Nuala is a married woman to Tristan Agates. Her husband works in banking. Furthermore, prior to the Covid-19 restrictions, the couple had flown to Ireland to visit her family. However, when Nuala developed a cough, she was advised to self-isolate rather than return to London.
Furthermore, she and her husband have not revealed whether or not they have children from their marriage.
Nuala Mcgovern Education
Nuala received her bachelor’s degree in English and Italian from the University College Dublin.
Nuala Mcgovern Salary
Nuala pockets an annual salary of $98,700.
Nuala Mcgovern Net Worth
Nuala’s approximate net worth is $1.5 million.
Nuala McGovern Career
Since January 2022, Nuala has worked as a television presenter for BBC World News. She was the main presenter of Outside Source on the BBC World Service before joining World News.
She previously worked for WNYC after working as a producer and presenter on Adrian Flannelly’s radio show in New York. Nuala worked as an English teacher in Italy before moving to the United States.
In addition, she has worked as a cocktail waitress, an ice cream server, and a handbag seller. She also worked in her father’s pub in Dublin, which she believes was a good foundation for a career in journalism because of the people, the latest news, and the stories.
She joined the BBC World Service in 2009 as a presenter and producer of World: Have Your Say. During her time at the BBC, Nuala was also a co-founder of Newsday, the World Service’s breakfast show. Later, she took over as the main presenter of Outside Source on the BBC World Service.
She covered the migrant crisis for the BBC, putting people at the center of the story, as well as the French elections, Brexit, and the Turkish referendum. In addition, she was chosen to anchor the BBC’s special coverage of the Easter 1916 commemorations from Dublin, Ireland.
She has also been an anchor for large live audiences in Lagos, Nigeria, Kharkiv, eastern Ukraine, and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe during her time as a TV presenter.