Sue Saville is a former Medical Correspondent for ITV News, having joined ITN in 1998 after five years as Chief Correspondent at GMTV.
After a stint as a radio reporter in Hong Kong, Sue joined the BBC as a News Trainee. She worked in the BBCâ€™s national and regional newsrooms, spending three years as a reporter for BBC South Today. As a reporter for BBC Breakfast News, Sue reported on and produced a documentary called “The Ice Patrol”, filmed in Antarctica on the role of Britain’s latest survey ship.
Sue has an MA (Hons) degree in History from Oxford, and a postgraduate diploma in Journalism studies from Cardiff University.
Sue Saville is married with two children and lives in London.
Name? Sue Saville Where are you from? Born in Dorking, Surrey How did you get started in Broadcasting? Involved with hospital radio at Oxford University, then Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism Studies at Cardiff University, and joined the BBC as a News Trainee Why News Broadcasting?…