Louise Minchin is a hugely respected, and well-known journalist, broadcaster and TV presenter. She currently presents Breakfast on BBC One, the UK’s most watched morning TV programme, with over six and a half million viewers a day.
She is also a guest presenter on The One Show on BBC One, and Your and Yours, the BBC’s consumer programme on BBC Radio 4, and has also presented programmes on Radio Five Live and BBC Radio Two. Before joining Breakfast full-time in 2012 Louise was one of the main anchors on the BBC News Channel, and a regular presenter of the BBC One O’clock News.
Away from news she presented five series of Missing Live and Real Rescues on BBC One and has played a newsreader in Spooks, Silent Witness and Torchwood. In 2016 she was runner-up in Celebrity Masterchef.
Louise is also a sought-after, popular and accomplished corporate host and presenter; and is regularly asked back to facilitate events.
Outside her work commitments, Louise is a passionate triathlete and qualified in her age group for Team GB. She competed in the World Triathlon Championships in Chicago in 2015, and the European Triathlon Championships in Lisbon in 2016.
She is patron of The Countess of Chester Babygrow campaign and a long-term supporter and fundraiser for BBC Children in Need.
Louise is an engaging, eloquent, and respected presenter and corporate chair, who has hosted numerous major awards ceremonies, conferences and charity events.
She has extensive experience of working and engaging with large and small audiences, interviewing company CEO’s, chairing group discussions and conducting incisive question and answer sessions.
Louise is consistently praised for her, professional, thorough approach and is frequently invited back to facilitate events.
Louise consistently gets excellent feed-back from the events she presents, chairs and facilitates.
Education and Youth Unemployment Conference 2012
"Louise really added to the event...the questions Louise asked were just right – perceptive, informed and getting to the heart of the issues, just as we hoped you would!"
Louise is a keen and accomplished triathlete, and has competed in the World and European Triathlon Championships in her age-group for Team GB.
Louise’s interest in triathlons began after an Olympic-inspired contest back in 2012 when the BBC Breakfast presenters were challenged to a cycling competition around the Velodrome at the National Cycling Centre in Manchester.
When a friend suggested she might enjoy triathlon, Louise signed herself up and hasn’t looked back. She completed her first triathlon in June 2012 and in 2015 she qualified in her age-group to be part of the Team-GB Standard Distance Triathlon Team.
She competed in the World Triathlon Championships in Chicago in 2015 and the European Triathlon Championships in Lisbon in 2016.