Julia Hartley-Brewer – born 2 May 1968 – has been presenting the weekday morning radio show from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm on talk radio station talkRADIO since 21 March 2016.
A graduate of Magdalen College, Oxford and the Centre for Journalism Studies, Cardiff, Hartley-Brewer previously worked for The Guardian Newspaper (1999 – 2000).
She has also appeared as a panellist on the BBC’s Have I Got News For You and appears on the panel of Question Time.
She can be seen from time to time previewing the newspapers on Sky News’ Press Preview.
In 2016, she supported Britain leaving the European Union during the EU referendum of that year. She is married with one daughter, born in 2006.
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