Peter Bowes Biography
Peter Bowes is an eminent American journalist currently serving as a news correspondent at BBC London for the BBC and creator/host of Live Long and Master Aging (LLAMA) and stories behind human longevity. Bowes later switched careers and attended London’s National Broadcasting School to become a broadcast journalist.
Peter Bowes Age
Peter Bowes was born in the United States. He is around 45 years old. However, His age is currently not available, research is ongoing and will be updated as soon as available.
Peter Bowes Height|Weight
Bowes stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs around 70kgs.
Peter Bowes Education
He attended and studied biology and graduated in 1983 from Sunderland Polytechnic in North East England. Peter later switched careers and attended London’s National Broadcasting School to become a broadcast journalist.
Peter Bowes Family
Peter was born and raised by his loving and caring parents in the United States. However, information regarding his family members is under review and will be updated as soon as available.
Peter Bowes Wife
He likes to keep his love life status hidden. However, This information will be updated as soon as it is available.
Peter Bowes Salary
Peter earns an annual salary of $ 44, 279 per year. This is according to BBC News anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.
Peter Bowes Net Worth
Bowes has an approximate net worth of $ 1 million – $ 5 million.
Peter Bowes Career
In 1996, He immigrated to the United States and obtained US citizenship in 2008. Peter covers news, hosts radio shows, and podcasts, and creates documentaries from his home in Los Angeles. H established HealthSpan Media LLC to create media content about the biology of aging, food, exercise, and mindfulness in 2020.
Additionally, Bowes can be seen and heard on BBC television, radio, and digital services, including PBS stations in the United States, on a regular basis.
Currently, He covered the COVID-19 pandemic, the Biden administration, and breaking news from across the country. Furthermore, he worked in scientific research for the Medical Research Council in London after studying biology and graduating from Sunderland Polytechnic in North East England in 1983. Peter later switched careers and attended London’s National Broadcasting School to become a broadcast journalist.
He started his broadcasting career in 1984 and served for various commercial radio stations in the United Kingdom, including Radio Tees, Pennine Radio, Piccadilly Radio, Viking Radio, and LBC.
Bowes also covered the 12-month coal industry strike in the mid-1980s, during a turbulent period in the UK. As a result, He interviewed leading political and labor figures, including Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Peter also covered the Cleveland Child Abuse Scandal, which involved allegations of child abuse misreporting by local doctors.