42 Facts About Fiona Bruce

1. Fiona Bruce was born on April 25, 1964 in Singapore.

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2. In each episode Philip Mould and Fiona Bruce focus their attention on a painting, usually related to one particular artist.

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3. Fiona Bruce offers anchored her personal current affairs series entitled Genuine Story.

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4. Fiona Bruce keeps British nationality and can be of white ethnicity.

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5. Fiona Bruce started her career in 1999, as a feature of a noteworthy relaunch of the BBC's news yield, Bruce was named auxiliary moderator of the BBC Six O'Clock News.

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6. Fiona Bruce is a British television journalist, newsreader and television presenter.

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7. Fiona Bruce has been offered the job of replacing David Dimbleby as the host of BBC One's Question Time, according to reports.

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8. Fiona Bruce set to become 'the first female host of Question Time'.

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9. Fiona Bruce is a presenter on Antiques Roadshow and the art programme Fake or Fortune; used to do Crimewatch; and has hosted the News at Six and News at Ten bulletins.

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10. Fiona Bruce has emerged as the favourite to replace David Dimbleby as the host of Question Time, according to sources who say BBC bosses want to give the programme a "softer" feel.

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11. Fiona Bruce tipped to become first female presenter of BBC Question Time, reports say.

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12. Fiona Bruce looks set to be announced as the next presenter of Question Time as the BBC opts for a woman to replace David Dimbleby.

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13. Fiona Bruce is expected to take over the role in early 2019.

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14. Fiona Bruce has reportedly been offered the position of Question Time host.

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15. Fiona Bruce has been offered the job of hosting BBC One's Question Time, according to sources at the corporation, in a move that would make her the first female host in the programme's history.

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16. Fiona Bruce is expected to retain her Antiques Roadshow role alongside the new post.

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17. Fiona Bruce won the race to become the next presenter of Question Time because she was "an established BBC1 face", corporation insiders said.

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18. Fiona Bruce auditioned for the role alongside a number of other leading broadcasters, according to the BBC.

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19. Fiona Bruce is set to become the first ever female presenter of BBC Question Time, it has been reported.

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20. Fiona Bruce has been offered the job as the host of BBC One's Question Time, it's been reported.

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21. Fiona Bruce has worked at the BBC since 1990, when she began her career as a researcher on Panorama.

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22. Fiona Bruce is in talks about taking over as presenter of the discussion programme Question Time.

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23. Fiona Bruce offered Question Time job to make her show's first female host.

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24. Fiona Bruce launched her television career in 1989 when she started work as a researcher for BBC's Panorama.

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25. Fiona Bruce is 'in talks' to take over the role of Question Time host, it has been reported.

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26. Fiona Bruce launched her television career in 1989 when she started work as a researcher for BBC\u2019s Panorama.

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27. Fiona Bruce is \u2018in talks\u2019 to take over the role of Question Time host, it has been reported.

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28. Fiona Bruce kept shtum when she found herself in the news after landing the job as Question Time host.

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29. Fiona Bruce would become the first female presenter of the BBC One current affairs panel show, a TV institution.

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30. In 2010 Fiona Bruce was awarded the female Rear of the Year title, which she accepted in person.

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31. In 2014, Fiona Bruce stated that she does not use social media due to the misogynistic abuse directed towards female celebrities.

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32. Fiona Bruce encountered much adverse publicity for her decision to return to work with Crimewatch 16 days after the birth of baby Mia.

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33. Fiona Bruce met Nigel Sharrocks when he was director of the advertising agency where she worked.

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34. Fiona Bruce is an honorary vice president of optical charity Vision Aid Overseas, alongside fellow newsreader Sir Trevor McDonald.

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35. Fiona Bruce was criticised for showing "blatant bias" when interviewing Matt O'Connor, founder of Fathers 4 Justice, for a BBC programme in 2004.

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36. Fiona Bruce was featured in an episode of Top Gear, sharing a lift with one of its presenters, Jeremy Clarkson and then having to push him out (as he was stuck in a Peel P50, which has no reverse gear).

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37. In 2017 it was reported that Fiona Bruce earns between £350K and £400K as a BBC presenter.

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38. On 22 June 2007 it was announced that Fiona Bruce was to replace the retiring Michael Aspel as presenter of Antiques Roadshow in Spring 2008; initially causing some controversy.

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39. In September 1998 Fiona Bruce became the presenter for BBC Two's Antiques Show, which was in its fourth series.

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40. In 2001, Fiona Bruce became the first female presenter to be part of the BBC general election results programme.

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41. From 2003 to 2007, Fiona Bruce presented and reported in the BBC One current affairs series, Real Story.

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42. Fiona Bruce was born in Singapore, to an English mother and a Scottish father, who had worked his way up from a postboy to become regional managing director of Unilever.

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