Martine Dennis is a British news anchor, known for presenting BBC World News. On 19 February 2014 she began work at Al Jazeera English.
Martine also presented Asia Today and BBC News Extra. Martine joined BBC World in 1996.
Prior to this, she was a presenter of current affairs programmes both in Britain and in South Africa. Martine was also a presenter, reporter and producer for Sky News between 1989 and 1991.
Martine’s career started as a radio news trainee at LBC/IRN in London in 1983.
Name? Martine Dennis Age? 45 Where are you from? Born in London with Caribbean/Mauritian parents How did you get started in broadcasting? A graduate trainee at LBC/IRN (radio) When was that? January 1982 Why News broadcasting? Frankly, it was the first opportunity that was available….
On 11th March 2011, a 8.9 magnitude earthquake struck the north-east coast of Japan, triggering a 30-foot Tsunami