Mishal

 

Husain

 
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Mishal Husain is one of the presenters on BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme and also presents news bulletins on BBC1 as well as appearing on BBC World News.

In 2012 she was one of the main hosts for daily coverage of the London 2012 Olympic Games and has also reported live on location from around the world, including Cairo during the Egyptian revolution and the violence of August 2013, and from Pakistan after the deaths of Osama bin Laden and Benazir Bhutto. She is also well known for her work from the United States as the BBC's first Washington-based anchor, where her nightly news programmes developed a keen following. Mishal will also be hosting coverage from the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

Mishal has presented three critically acclaimed BBC documentaries, most recently ‘Malala – Shot for Going to School’, about the schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai. Previous series have examined social media in the Arab Spring ('How Facebook Changed the World', 2011) and the life of Mahatma Gandhi for BBC2 in 2009.

Mishal's diverse talents have also taken her to a range of other BBC programmes, including ‘Newsnight’, 'From our Own Correspondent' on BBC radio, and 'A History of the World in 100 Objects' for BBC television.


Mishal was born in the UK in 1973 but grew up in the Middle East. She was educated at Cambridge University where she read law and went on to complete a Masters in Law at the European University Institute in Florence. In 2009 she chaired the judging panel for the prestigious Orange Prize for New Writers, and was also named by The Times as one of the five most influential Muslim women in the UK. She is an ambassador for the charities Mosaic, Operation Smile and the British Asian Trust.


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