Daisy Newton Dunn Biography
Daisy Newton Dunn is an award-winning TV producer with 20 years of experience in TV, specializing in documentaries about China with particular expertise in co-productions. She is also working with JSBC on a 6 part series about modern China for BBC World News.
Daisy Newton Dunn Age
She hasn’t revealed when and where she was born. Therefore, her age is unknown.
Daisy Newton Dunn Height
She is tall in stature but her height is undisclosed.
Daisy Newton Dunn Nationality
Newton is British by nationality.
Daisy Newton Dunn Education
From 1997 – 1998, Daisy studied Modern Chinese Language at the National Taiwan Normal University. She also graduated from The University of Edinburgh with a Master of Arts in Chinese and Japanese in 2000.
Daisy Newton Dunn Family
Daisy is the daughter of Bill Newton Dunn, a Conservative and later Liberal Democrat Member of the European Parliament, and Anna Arki.
Between 2005 and 2014, Daisy’s Hungarian-born mother ran the European Movement Speaker Service, which provided “Pro Europe speakers for educational establishments and civic societies to debate all aspects of Britain’s membership of the EU”.
Her father is a British politician who served as a Member of the European Parliament (MEP) from 1979 to 1994, 1999 to 2014, and again from 2019 until the UK’s withdrawal from the EU in 2020. He resigned from the Conservative Party in 2000 in protest of its Euroscepticism and joined the Liberal Democrats.
He first represented Lincolnshire as an MEP (1979–1994), then the East Midlands (1999–2014; 2019–2020).
Daisy has a brother Tom Newton Dunn, a Presenter and Executive Editor of TalkTV’s evening news program The News Desk. Previously, he was a Chief Political Commentator at Times Radio. He also served as a Political Editor at The Sun as well as a Defence Editor.
Daisy Newton Dunn Husband
She is a mother. However, it is not clear whether she is married, single, or in a relationship.
Daisy Newton Dunn BBC
Daisy is a freelance producer and China specialist. She has lived, worked, and filmed across China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. She has worked on over 20 documentaries about the country from Pandas to Politics and from food to football for the BBC, Channel 4, ITV, Discovery, and various international broadcasters to critical acclaim.
Paul Merton in China was nominated for a BAFTA Best Factual Series award, Chinese School for BBC4 was nominated for a Broadcast Best Documentary Series, and China; A Culinary Adventure won the Food Broadcast of the Year award from the Guild of Food Writers.
For the past 4 years, Daisy has been concentrating on co-productions with different Chinese broadcasters. Her programs have included a landmark feature-length documentary Confucius with CCTV-10, Chinese New Year; The Greatest Celebration on Earth with China International Communication Centre (CICC) and Witness to a Massacre; Nanjing 1937 with Jiangsu Broadcasting Centre (JSBC). She is currently working with JSBC again on a 6 part series about modern China for BBC World News.
Daisy is a fluent Mandarin speaker.
Daisy Newton Dunn Salary and Net Worth
Her salary and net worth are under review.
Daisy Newton Dunn Instagram
She has a private Instagram account @daisydunn.