Ros Atkins Biography and Wiki
Ros Atkins is a British journalist who works as a BBC News presenter hosting the program Outside Source which broadcasts at 1900 GMT, Monday-Thursday on BBC World News and BBC News Channel. Ros is also a presenter at BBC World Service. He previously served as the host on World Have Your Say on BBC World News and BBC World Service radio.
Ros Atkins Age and Birthday
Atkins was born in Cornwall, England. Details about his date of birth and birthday are under review and will be updated soon.
Ros Atkins Height
Ros stands at an average height and stature. His actual height measurements are under review and will be updated soon.
Ros Atkins Education
Atkins attended Truro School, a co-educational boarding independent school in Truro in Cornwall. He later joined Jesus College, Cambridge where he majored in History before graduating.
Ros Atkins Family, Parents, Siblings
Ros was born and raised in Cornwall, England. He also lived in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago and Nassau, the Bahamas as well as Johannesburg upon completion of his studies. His parent’s identity is unknown. It’s therefore unknown whether if he has any siblings. This section will be updated soon when established.
Ros Atkins Wife and Kids, Is He Married?
Moving on to his marital affairs, Atkins is happily married to his loving wife whose identity is unknown. The couple is blessed with two daughters. We are keeping tabs and we will his wife and kids details soon when revealed.
Ros Atkins Salary
According to BBC journalist salaries, Atkins earns an average annual salary of £37,455 a year. His contract with the exact figures is yet to be released. We will update this section once we have more.
Ros Atkins Net Worth
Ros Atkins has an estimated Net Worth of $2 million as of 2021. His primary source of income is his career as a presenter.
Ros Atkins Podcast
Atkins hosts his own podcast called Texting Keith Olbermann which is a funny, fascinating, and sometimes awkward exploration of his unusual friendship with one of America’s most notorious broadcasters.
Ros Atkins BBC News
Atkins kicked off his career in South Africa where he investigated crime prevention and human rights for the Centre for Policy Studies. He also wrote for the Sunday Independent in South Africa and worked as a DJ in Johannesburg and at the Oppikoppi festival.
In March 2015, Atkins co-hosted a special edition of Outside Source with school children from London for BBC School Report. Ros joined BBC News on June 1st, 2015, he also the founder of the 50:50 Project. The project has won numerous awards including a European Diversity Award and a Global Equality and Diversity Award.