Chloe Tilley Biography
Chloe Tilley is a two-time Sony award-winning media personality serving as a presenter for BBC Television and Radio. She presents Woman’s Hour on BBC. She is also a Times Radio presenter.
Chloe Tilley Age
She was born in Nottingham. However, her age is unknown.
Chloe Tilley Height
She is tall in stature but her height is undisclosed.
Chloe Tilley Nationality
Tilley is British by nationality. She also belongs to a White ethnicity.
Chloe Tilley Education
In high school, Chloe’s English teacher was an inspiration and got her interested in journalism. Her PE teacher also gave her her passion for netball and she fancied her history teacher.
She studied Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism at the University of Leeds from 1995 – 1998.
Chloe Tilley Parents and Siblings
Born and raised in Nottingham, Chloe hasn’t mentioned any information about her parents and siblings. Therefore, it is not known whether she has siblings or not.
Chloe Tilley Husband and Kids
Chloe is married and is blessed with two girls. In Twitter, she has described herself as, “Mum to two girls and wife of a patient man.” She also described her wedding day as the best day of her life. Additionally, her proudest achievement is convincing her husband that they should get cats.
Chloe Tilley BBC
Tilley is a two-time Sony award-winning presenter, with over 15 years of experience presenting live news programmes for BBC Television and Radio. Since October 2020, she is the presenter of Woman’s Hour on BBC. She’s also been a Times Radio presenter since January 2021.
From 2016, Tilley regularly hosted the BAFTA award-winning Victoria Derbyshire programme on BBC 2
Since its creation in 2015, Tilley has also hosted OS, a news and discussion programme on the BBC World Service. She has also anchored BBC news programmes from Donald Trump’s inauguration in Washington to the last four General Elections and two Royal weddings. In 2018 she was part of the presenting team that won a Sony Gold for the live coverage of the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
For 7 years from 2010, Tilley anchored her own TV and radio programme, World Have Your Say, for BBC World News and the BBC World Service – a news debate programme that gave a voice to ordinary people around the globe. This included a special edition with Bill Gates from a school in East London, linking with pupils in Beijing, Nairobi, and beyond, to ask him questions.
Starting in 2013 Tilley was part of the inaugural BBC 100 Women series, presenting TV and radio programmes with influential women from around the world, with debates that ran across multimedia platforms.
Chloe Tilley Salary and Net Worth
Her salary and net worth are under review.
Chloe Tilley Instagram
She does not have an Instagram account.
Chloe Tilley Twitter