Judith Moritz Biography
Judith Moritz is an award-winning media personality serving as BBC’s North of England Correspondent. She produces news items for the internet, TV and radio channels.
Judith Moritz Age
She was born on March 12, 1977 in Manchester. She is 44 years old.
Judith Moritz Height
She is tall in stature however her height is undisclosed.
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— Judith Moritz (@JudithMoritz) December 23, 2015
Judith Moritz Nationality
Moritz is a British by nationality.
Judith Moritz Education
In 1995 Judith graduated from Withington Girls’ School. She also earned a degree in English Literature from University College London (UCL). During her time at UCL she was heavily involved in the University newspaper.
Judith Moritz Parents
She was born and raised in Manchester however there isn’t much information about her family.
On April 7, 2021 she wrote alongside a post in Instagram; “Tonight on #yomhashoah I light this #yellowcandle in memory of 19 year old Willem Preso and my great grandparents Maximillian and Clara Hermine Moritz, who were murdered in the #Holocaust. May their memories be a blessing.”
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Judith Moritz Husband
Judith is married to Nicholas ‘Nick’ Garnett, a radio broadcaster with the BBC. His main role is as the North of England reporter for BBC Radio 5 live, the news and sport network of the BBC. He was born in October 1964 in Liverpool, England. He also grew up in Liverpool and he has worked for a number of local radio stations.
Garnett joined BBC Radio 5 Live in 1994.
The couple have two daughters and together they live in Manchester.
— Judith Moritz (@JudithMoritz) April 28, 2015
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Moritz is the BBC’s North of England Correspondent. She produces news items for the internet, TV and radio channels. During her time in this role she has covered many major stories, including the Raoul Moat shootings, the Shipman Enquiry and the 2004 Morecambe Bay Cockle Pickers Disaster.
Moritz decided to pursue a career in TV journalism, preferring the immediacy of the format to print journalism, and following work experience at Granada Reports prior to her graduation. She then faced the choice between continuing her studies with a Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism or accepting a place on the BBC Journalism Training Scheme, opting eventually for the paid one-year BBC traineeship.
The scheme gave her an excellent grounding in how to produce news stories ready to air, and how to generate creative, issue-led stories that could be included on the daily news programmes. She continued with the BBC, moving between regional news programmes in Norwich, Cambridge and Essex, and sealed her reputation with her award-winning coverage of the 2001 Foot and Mouth Crisis, where she appeared nightly on the BBC’s national news programmes.
Judith Moritz Eleanor Moritz
Eleanor Moritz has worked at the BBC since 1987, when she started helping on BBC Radio Lancashire’s sports programmes. After graduating from journalism college in Preston she worked at BBC Radio Lancashire full-time from 1988 to 1994.
Eleanor undertook various roles at the station, including presenting and producing the Breakfast Show. She eventually became News Editor there. On leaving, Eleanor joined North West Tonight and is now Producer and Presenter.
However, it is not clear whether she is related to Judith. None of them has come out to clarify the rumors.
Judith Moritz Salary and Net Worth
She earns an average salary of $75,000 per year. She also has an estimated net worth of $350,000.
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