Fiona Stalker Biography
Fiona Stalker is a media personality serving as a Presenter of BBC Scotland’s “Seven Days”, “The Sunday Show” and Thursday/Friday “Drive Time.
Fiona Stalker Age
She is 50 years old as of 2022. However, she has not disclosed the date and month she was born.
Fiona Stalker Height
Stalker is tall in stature but her height is undisclosed.
Fiona Stalker Nationality
She is Scottish.
Fiona Stalker Education
Stalker has not disclosed any information about her educational background. Nevertheless, she must be highly educated considering her career achievements.
Fiona Stalker Family
There isn’t information concerning her parent’s identities and siblings.
Fiona Stalker Husband
She is blessed with a loving partner and two lovely daughters. Her twin daughters are now 12 years old. The family lives in Aberdeen.
Fiona Stalker BBC News
Fiona is a reputed and senior journalist who is currently employed at BBC Scotland News. Moreover, she presents Scotland’s “Seven Days” and BBC Radio Scotland’s Friday Drive Time.
She got attracted to the journalism field and thus graduated in it as well. However, she gained popularity after joining BBC Scotland.
Fiona Stalker Disease
Fiona is also an inspiration for the ones suffering from endometriosis. She was diagnosed with it when she was 30. It is a painful disorder in women that can even lead to infertility.
“I talked about my experience on BBC Radio Scotland’s Drivetime program 18 months ago,” she said.
When she came off air three colleagues came to see her telling her they also had endometriosis. Her sports presenter colleague decided to announce it on air –before delivering the sports bulletin. She felt relieved. It was no longer a shameful secret.
Fiona is a proud BBC Scotland signed up to become one of the UK’s first Endometriosis Friendly Employers. It’s helping get rid of taboos.
She has talked about her own endometriosis for years at work. Her lovely male colleagues are very good-natured about it. “Oh god she’s talking about lady bits again,” they say. They have mums, wives, girlfriends, daughters, sisters, and female colleagues.
Experts believe that’s a genetic link. Many women she speaks to tell her their mums had it. Or they remember them having hysterectomies in their 40s. Or they recall their mothers talking about fibroids, and spending days in bed each month.
“Today, I’m much more hopeful we can have discussions more openly about women’s health,” she said.
Fiona Stalker Salary and Net Worth
Her annual salary and net worth are under review.
Fiona Stalker Instagram
She has a private Instagram account @fionastalkerjourno
Fiona Stalker Twitter