Nicholas Anthony Robinson is a British journalist, currently a presenter on the BBC's Today programme. Prior to this he spent ten years as political editor for the BBC, and he has had many other roles with the broadcaster. Robinson was interested in politics from an early age. He studied philosophy, politics and economics at the University of Oxford, where he was also President of the Oxford University Conservative Association. Starting out in broadcasting at Piccadilly Radio, after a year as President of the Conservative Party youth group, he worked his way up as a producer, eventually becoming deputy editor of Panorama before becoming a political correspondent in 1996. He became the BBC's chief political correspondent in 1999. Between 2002 and 2005, he worked for ITV News as political editor, but then returned to the BBC assuming the same role.
|Born:||Nicholas Anthony Robinson, October 5, 1963, Macclesfield, Cheshire, England|
|Residence:||North London, England|
|Education:||Cheadle Hulme School|
|Alma mater:||University College, Oxford|
|Known for:||Presenter of The Today Programme (2015–present)|
|Notable credit(s):||Panorama, BBC News, ITN|
|Title:||Political Editor of BBC News (2005–2015)|
|Spouse(s):||Pippa (m. 1991)|
|Twitter:||Nick Robinson (journalist)'s Twitter profile|
|IMDb:||Nick Robinson (journalist)'s IMDb|
About Nick Robinson
BBC journalist and political editor who upset George W. Bush when he questioned him about the U.S. occupation of Iraq.
He was always an avid follower of politics and studied at Oxford.
He became known for his controversial approach and provocative line of questioning.
He married a relationship counsellor named Pippa, and they had three children together.
He joined John Humphrys as a presenter on the Today programme in 2015.
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