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Sophie Raworth Salary, Husband, Age, Illness, Partner, Family, Married, Height, Net Worth

Sophie Raworth Biography – Sophie Raworth Wiki

Sophie Raworth is an English journalist, newsreader and broadcaster working for the BBC. She is a senior newsreader and one of the main presenters of the BBC News at Six and the BBC News at Ten. She has been with the BBC since 1992 when she joined as a trainee.

Sophie joined the BBC in 1992 as a news reporter, first for Greater Manchester Radio and then as BBC Regions correspondent in Brussels in 1994.

In May 1995, she became the regular joint presenter of BBC’s Look North programme in Leeds. She became a household name when she moved from being a regions correspondent in Brussels to national television as a co-presenter on Breakfast News in 1997. She then co-presented Breakfast in 2000, where she remained until 2003 when she joined the BBC Six O’Clock News.

Sophie has presented several notable BBC specials, including The Royal Wedding and the Queen’s Golden Jubilee and Our Monarchy – the Next 50 Years, both alongside David Dimbleby.

She presented Watchdog Daily in 2012 and Watchdog Test House in 2014-15. She later took over Anne Robinson’s role, as the main presenter of Watchdog. In 2016 Sophie became the main presenter of Crimewatch.

Away from the BBC, Sophie has featured in various other media programmes such as Dream Lives, the quiz show Judgemental and the fashion show What Not To Wear. In 2017 her family story was featured on the genealogy programme Who Do You Think You Are?

In January 2022 Sophie took over as presenter of The Andrew Marr Show. The show was renamed Sunday Morning. The position was supposed to be temporary but she’s still there.

The RHS Chelsea Flower Show returned live in May 2022 after two years of Covid. Sophie was the BBC’s main host for the duration of the show.

She has also lent her talents to the film and television industry with cameo appearances in Bodyguard, Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie, the comedy series My Hero, and Hollywood blockbuster A Good Day to Die Hard.

Sophie was presented with an Honorary Doctor of Arts Degree by City University London to recognise her services and contribution to television and radio presenting.

Sophie Raworth Age

She was born on 15 May 1968 in Redhill, Surrey, England.

Sophie Raworth Husband

Who is Sophie Raworth married to? She is married to Richard Winter. She has been married to Richard Winter since 2003.

Sophie Raworth Family

BBC News presenter Sophie Raworth and her husband Richard Winter have three children – daughters Ella Rose Winter and Georgia Winter and a son Oliver Winter. Their third child, a son, was born in March 2008.

Sophie Raworth Illness

Sophie Raworth had a health scare after she collapsed at the London Marathon in 2012.

She said: “I was absolutely fine until about 17 miles. But I hadn’t drunk enough. Suddenly my skin was getting goosebumps – this is odd, I thought, I’m really hot, but I’m cold.”

The BBC newsreader collided with a barrier and instead of stepping aside, she continued to run on the course.

She added: “I came through the underpass up out onto The Embankment and swerved smack into a barrier. Somebody said, ‘Go on Raworth! You can do it!’ So I bounced back on to the course. And the next thing I knew, I woke up on a stretcher, surrounded by people, with an oxygen mask on. I didn’t know what was going on.

“I collapsed with heat exhaustion after 23 miles. It was very hot and I hadn’t drunk enough water. For 20 minutes I was unconscious and when I came round I thought I was dying.

“It was the most frightening experience of my life, but the St John Ambulance staff got my temperature down from 106F by covering me in ice packs and pouring water over me.

“For two hours they looked after me, providing lots of reassurance and sugared tea. They wanted to put me on the bus but I wasn’t having that so I jogged to the finish, where I met my family, who’d been worried sick. As the hours passed they’d had no idea what had happened to me.”

Sophie Raworth Salary

BBC newsreader Sophie Raworth’s salary for presenting BBC News at Six, BBC News at Ten and Sunday morning politics show was £305,000-£309,999 in the 2021-2022 financial year, according to the BBC’s accounts. Her full-year salary moved up from £280,000-£284,999 in 2020/2021 and £275,000-£279,999 in 2019/2020.

Sophie Raworth Net Worth

BBC broadcaster Sophie Raworth’s net worth is estimated to be £3 million.

Sophie Raworth Height

She stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 m).


Sophie Raworth was a late starter when it comes to marathons. She only took up running in 2011 when she was offered a place in the Great North Run. In her first attempt at the half-marathon distance, she crossed the line in two hours and six minutes. Raworth has since run all six World Marathon Majors, completed 15 marathons and three ultra marathons, including the Marathon des Sables. She has a marathon PB of 3:27:01.

In February 2020 at the age of 51, Raworth was selected to represent England in the over-50’s women’s team in the International Fleet Half Marathon in March.

Taking to social media to share the news, Raworth wrote “Got myself an England vest ! Came 2nd in my age group at #farnboroughhalfmarathon which means I get to run for England at Fleet half in March. Not something I expected to be writing at the age of 51”.

Sophie Raworth Parents

Her dad has Parkinson’s. She revealed the sad news on Twitter, writing “My dad has Parkinson’s. It’s a horrible disease.”

Sophie Raworth Instagram

Sophie Raworth’s Instagram handle is @sophieraworth.