Zeinab Badawi Biography
Zeinab Badawi is a Sudanese-British television and radio journalist. Born into an educated and open-minded family in Sudan, she left her homeland at the age of two when her family moved to Britain.
Zeinab Badawi Age
Zeinab is 59 years as of 2018. She was born on November 24, 1959.
Zeinab Badawi Family
Her father, Mohammed – Khair El Badawi, worked as an editor in a Sudanese newspaper and was a committed social reformer. When Zeinab was two, her family moved to the United Kingdom where her father joined the Arabic Service of the BBC. Her great – grandfather, Sheik Babiker Badri, fought against British forces and was a pioneer of women’s education in Sudan.
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After graduating from Oxford, Zeinab Badawi began her career as a researcher and broadcast journalist for Yorkshire TV, where she served from 1982 to 1986. She then served at the ‘ BBC Manchester News ‘ for a brief period before joining ‘ Channel 4 News ‘ in 1988.
She moved to London the same year to pursue a full – time one – year MA at the University of London’s ‘ School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS). She completed her Middle East Politics and Anthropology course with distinction in 1989.
She moved to London the same year to pursue a one – year full – time MA at the University of London’s ‘ School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS). She completed her Middle East Politics and Anthropology course in 1989 with distinction.
She then worked on BBC radio as a regular presenter of’ The World Tonight ‘ on Radio 4 and the ‘ Newshour ‘ of BBC World Service.
She then worked on BBC radio as a regular presenter of’ The World Tonight ‘ on Radio 4 and the ‘ Newshour ‘ of BBC World Service. She was appointed as the presenter of’ The World ‘ on BBC Four in 2005, the UK’s first daily news bulletin devoted primarily to international news. The program was later relaunched in 2007 as ‘ World News Today. ‘
She also served as a regular presenter of the BBC interview program ‘ HARDtalk. ‘ She made an exclusive interview with Sudan’s president, Omar Al – Bashir, the first serving head of state to be charged with war crimes in May 2009.
She covered the South African Elections on Johannesburg’s BBC World News and BBC News Channel in May 2014.
She served as the presenter of the ‘ World News Today ‘ broadcast on both BBC Four and BBC World News until 2014.
She has served as one of the National Portrait Gallery and British Council trustees since 2004. She was also an advisor to the Foreign Policy Center and a member of the Overseas Development Institute’s Council.
She was appointed to the New College of Humanities ‘ Advisory Board in June 2011. She is also the founder and chair of the Africa Medical Partnership Fund (AfriMed), a charity aimed at helping local medical professionals in Africa.
Zeinab Badawi Education
She was educated for girls at Hornsey High School in North London before studying Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE) at St Hilda’s College Oxford. Badawi was a member of the Oxford University Broadcasting Society at Oxford. In 1988, she moved back to London to pursue a full – time one – year MA degree in Middle East Politics and Anthropology at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London.
Zeinab Badawi Nobel
She leads a special Nobel laureate discussion in connection with the Nobel festivities in Stockholm, Sweden, which is shown on Swedish television.
is an English journalist who presents HARDtalk, a current affairs interview programme on BBC World News and the BBC News Channel.
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