Fiona Bruce is one of the most established presenters working in television today. An award winning newscaster, she is a regular presenter of both the 6 O’clock and 10 O’clock News (BBC One) and has fronted the Antiques Roadshow (BBC One) as lead presenter since 2008. As well as presenting BBC1’s coverage of the Royal Wedding this April, Fiona is currently busy filming various new arts programming for the channel.

Fiona recently interviewed Prince Philip in a special programme to celebrate his 90th birthday The Duke at 90 (BBC One). Previously she has interviewed HRH Prince Charles for Victoria: A Royal Love Story (BBC Two). She also headed the investigative documentary series Real Story with Fiona Bruce (BBC One) and a number of high-profile single documentaries including an exclusive interview with Cherie Blair and unprecedented access to Downing Street: The Real Cherie (BBC One - 2006) an exclusive full-length interview with Bill Gates in How a Geek Changed the World (Money Programme - BBC Two) and most recently The Real Sir Alan (Money Programme - BBC Two).

Her other presenting credits include: Priceless Antiques Roadshow (BBC Two) The Green Room (BBC Radio 2), The Antiques Show (BBC Two) as host of Call My Bluff (BBC One) the first woman presenter on the BBC General Election programme (2001 and 2005) and as host of the quiz show What Are You Like (BBC One) in 2008.

Fiona began her career as a researcher on Panorama, later becoming a reporter for the show and for Newsnight. She joined the 6 O’clock News in 1999 and Crimewatch in 2000 where she spent eight years as co-presenter. In 2001, she became the first woman presenter to be part of the BBC's election team.

Fiona’s first book Savvy!: The Modern Girl's Guide to Doing It All Without Risking It All, co written with Jacqui Hames was published by Bantam Press in 2008.

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