George Alagiah: Biography, Wife, Children, Net Worth, BBC News

George Maxwell Alagiah OBE is a British newsreader, journalist, and television news presenter who was born in November 1955. He has been the primary presenter of GMT on BBC World News since its introduction on 1 February 2010 and has been the main presenter of BBC News at Six since 3 December 2007.

Alagiah, an expert on Africa and the developing world, has interviewed Nelson Mandela, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, and Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, among others.

Other documentaries and features include reports for the Assignment programme on why affirmative action in America is a “Lost Cause,” for the BBC’s Newsnight programme on Saddam Hussein’s genocidal campaign against the Kurds of northern Iraq, and a piece on the last reunion of Dunkirk veterans.

George Alagiah Wife

Frances Robathan, whom he met at Durham University, is his wife. Adam and Matthew are the couple’s two children. He lives in North London’s Stoke Newington.

George Alagiah Net Worth

Alagiah’s net worth is believed to be between $1 million and $5 million, He acquired his wealth from his work as a newsreader, journalist, and television news anchor.

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