Clive Myrie

Clive Myrie



Clive Myrie is an English journalist and television presenter. He is most well-known as the presenter of BBC News at Ten and BBC One's Breakfast.

Myrie was born in 1964 in Wolverhampton, England. He attended the University of Birmingham where he studied history and politics. After graduating, he took a job as a reporter for the BBC Birmingham radio station. During this time, he covered a variety of stories, including the 1987 General Election.

Myrie then moved to London in 1988 and joined the BBC World Service as a newsreader and reporter. In the following years, he held a number of prominent roles at the BBC, including the presenter of BBC Radio Five Live Breakfast and the presenter of the BBC World News.

Myrie was then appointed the presenter of BBC News at Ten in 1999, a role which he has held ever since. In 2006, he was also appointed the presenter of BBC One's Breakfast and was the first black presenter of the show.

Myrie is also a regular reporter and presenter on BBC World News. He has reported on a variety of stories, including the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami and the 2006 Lebanon War. He has also presented a number of documentaries, including a two-part series on African cinema.

Myrie has won numerous awards for his work, including a Royal Television Society Award for Best Presenter in 2006 and a BAFTA for Best Presenter in 2008.

Throughout his career, Myrie has received critical acclaim for his work. He has been praised for his ability to deliver news with clarity and poise and for his ability to report on complex stories in an engaging and informative manner.

Myrie continues to be one of the most respected journalists and presenters in the industry. He is an inspiration to many and is an example of how hard work and dedication can lead to success.

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