Shelagh Fogarty Biography
Shelagh Fogarty is a radio and television host as well as a journalist. She used to co-host the BBC Radio 5 Live breakfast show with Nicky Campbell, and currently, she hosts LBC’s afternoon show.
Shelagh Fogarty Age | Birthday
Fogarty is 56 years old as of January 2021. She was born on 13 January 1966 in Liverpool, England. She celebrates her birthday every 13th of January.
Shelagh Fogarty Education
She attended Mary Help of Christians R.C. High School in Croxteth, a Salesian Sisters of Don Bosco girls’ Catholic grammar school. After spending a year in Barcelona, she got her bachelor’s degree in French and Spanish from Durham University in 1988.
Shelagh Fogarty Ethnicity | Nationality
What ethnicity is Shelagh? she belongs to the white ethnicity/heritage, he was born and raised in Liverpool, England and she holds England nationality.
Shelagh Fogarty Height | Measurements
How tall is Shelagh? Fogarty the England-based journalist stands at a height of 5 feet, 6 inches(1.62m). However, details about her other body measurements will be updated as soon as possible.
Shelagh Fogarty Family | Parents | Mother
Fogarty was born and raised in Anfield, Liverpool to her Irish parents who moved to England in the late 1950s. She is one of six children. Attempts to establish the identities of her mother and father were in vain since no information about them is available to the public. It’s therefore not known whether she has any siblings.
Shelagh Fogarty Husband | Married
We don’t have any definitive information on her marital status at this time. As soon as feasible, this information will be updated. There are also no reports of him having been in a previous relationship.
Shelagh Fogarty’s Net Worth
Fogarty has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – and $5 Million.
Shelagh Fogarty Salary
Fogarty earns an annual salary ranging from $40,000 – $ 110,500.
Shelagh Fogarty BBC News | Career
Shelagh and Nicky Campbell co-hosted the BBC Five Live Lunchtime Show and the BBC Five Live Breakfast Show, for which they garnered numerous Sony Radio Awards. During this time, she conducted interviews with the country’s top politicians, athletes, musicians, and actors. Shelagh has covered some of the world’s most major events both globally and in the United Kingdom. Shelagh has a gift for making politics and hard-hitting news problems accessible to the broadest possible audience, thanks to her intelligent, often irreverent sense of humor. Shelagh began her career as a broadcast journalist with the BBC. She obtained her training while reporting and producing for several BBC Radio and TV locations across the United Kingdom, including Radio Four and BBC North West, on programs such as The World at One, PM, Sunday Service, and Euronews.
Shelagh’s BBC experience includes anchoring election coverage in the United States, broadcasting live from St Peter’s Square in Rome for Pope John Paul II’s burial, and reporting from Thailand on the destruction caused by the Boxing Day tsunami. Shelagh, a caring and considerate journalist, was invited to cover the live commemoration of the Hillsborough disaster at Anfield on the 20th anniversary of the disaster, and she has also covered the James Bulger murder trial and the Madrid train bombings. Shelagh has worked as a guest correspondent for ITV shows such as Tonight with Trevor McDonald, The Alan Titchmarsh Show, This Morning, and BBC’s The One Show. She writes for the Daily Telegraph, Total Politics, and The Tablet on a regular basis.
Shelagh is an engaging and professional business event host. Thanks to her years of live radio broadcasting experience, she is unfazed by settings, visitors, or crowds. She has reported from the flotilla on the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations, aired from Argentina for the centennial of the Falkland Islands, and hosted daily Paralympic coverage from the 2016 Rio Games. Life, on the other hand, has a bright side, which Shelagh recognizes and appreciates. She had a blast not only covering Madonna’s wedding to Guy Ritchie but also breaking the exclusive news for Five Live that an intruder had spent days hidden in the cathedral organ photographing Rocco Ritchie’s christening.