Steve Richards Biography
Steve Richards is a well-reputed British TV presenter and political columnist who has written columns for several publications including the Independent, New Statesman, Spectator, and the Guardian. Moreover, he frequently presents Radio 4’s Week located in Westminster. Additionally, Steve works as the host of a one-man show known as Rock N Roll Politics. Before, he served regional TV and local radio based in Newcastle.
Steve Richards Age
Steve Richards was born on 6th June 1960, in the United Kingdom. He is 62 years old.
Steve Richards Height
Steve possesses a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.75m).
Steve Richards Family
Steve was born in the United Kingdom to his stalwart father and caring mother. Nevertheless, Steve has not publicly shared any information about his committed parents and siblings.
Steve Richards Education
He attended and graduated from Christ’s College. Previously, the college was a state grammar school located in Finchley, North London. Later on, enrolled at the University of York and graduated with a degree in history in 1981.
Steve Richards Wife
Steve is a merrily married family man to his adorable wife. The lovely are proud parents to their two kids. As of now, the family of four lives in North London.
Steve Richards Salary
He pockets a remarkable salary of $82,375 per year. This is in accordance with Radio 4’s Week hosts’ salaries.
Steve Richards Net Worth
Steve is a British TV presenter and political columnist with an estimated net worth of $3 million.
Steve Richards Show
He is currently working as the host of a one-man show known as Rock N Roll Politics. In 2017, he offered a series of television talks on modern Prime Ministers known as Leadership Reflections. The show episodes were about Tony Blair, Gordon Brown, Margaret Thatcher, David Cameron, and Harold Wilson broadcast on BBC Parliament.
In 2017, he presented another series of reflections this time on the main political “Turning Points”. The show had 6 episodes and they were about: the financial crash of 2008; the Brexit referendum; the death of John Smith; the 1979 general election; the 2017 general election; and the rise of the SDP.
In 2018, he presented another series of episodes for BBC Parliament known as Reflections: The Prime Ministers We Never Had. The show described Kenneth Clarke, Michael Portillo, Michael Heseltine, Roy Jenkins, Neil Kinnock, Tony Benn, Rab Butler, Denis Healey, Ed Miliband as well as David Miliband.