It would be a crime if she was forced out. She’s the only presenter I remember from a young age, I always thought her voice reminded me of a bumble bee (immature I know). She looks ageless and BBC Breakfast wouldn’t be the same without her.
I hope its not true, and worse still that terrible rumour that Sophie Raeworth might take over from Fiona Bruce on the Ten.
Yeah of course she would. She’s been working in journalism since 1981, and presented both the Six and Nine O’clock News throughout the 80s and 90s, and she’s never gone down that sexy root which most female presenters do these days.
I think she is under used at the BBC, I know they have these new regulations about qualified journalists presenting main news or something, but her experience is greater than a lot of the drippy twits they insist on using.
Well Kaplinsky isn’t qualified, after graduating with an English degree she did one of those crash course tv presenting courses for ?500, I don’t think she’s ever fielded a single OB yet, its always been about studio presenting with her.
Moira Stuart has been presenting the news on the BBC for as long as I can remember and she is good at her job. She must of done something right, or indeed wrong to have managed to get where she is today. It shouldn’t matter whether she is fully qualified or not as a journalist as to whether she gets to read the news or not on TV. She’s been doing it for long enough. Her experience should get her on presenting the news. I was reading about Natasha Kaplinsky in the newspaper at the weekend. I didn’t realise she’s only 32. I thought she was older than that. These two are both capable of reading the news, and do a good job of it, and that is all that counts.