Maryam Moshiri is a renowned face of the BBC news channel. In a recent turn of events, she was seen flipping off the camera seconds before a news telecast. The short clip is going viral on the internet, and Maryam is being trolled by people.
As she kicked off Wednesday’s lunchtime newscast, anchor Maryam Moshiri may be seen giving the finger in the footage. Maryam began scanning headlines and scrubbing away at her hand as soon as she noticed she was on screen.
The news reporter has recently issued an apology for her obscene gesture and has stated on X that she is sorry about that as she was having a private joke with the team in the gallery and pretending to count down as the director was counting down and she showed numbers with fingers. She ended by saying sorry as it went out on the air; it was not her intention, and she is sorry if she offended or upset anybody.
Who is Maryam Moshiri?
Maryam Moshiri is the Chief Presenter of BBC on their BBC news channel broadcasting in the United States and worldwide. Maryam was born on 9 June 1977 in Tehran, Iran and presently she is 46 years old. Maryam Moshiri studied A-levels at Streatham Hill and Clapham High School.
In 1996, Maryam joined University College London and gained a degree of Bachelor of Arts in Foreign Languages and Literatures in 2000. Maryam continued her studies and in 2001 she did her postgraduate from the University of the Arts London and earned a diploma in Broadcast Journalism.
Maryam Moshiri Career
Maryam Moshiri kicked off her career as a Business Reporter for Independent Radio News. Maryam has worked for 16 years on some BBC flagship business programs as the Business News anchor. Maryam Moshiri is an experienced reporter as she has also broadcast on Radio, BBC.
Maryam became a Chief News Presenter at BBC World News and BBC News in 2019 and has also anchored many of the global news channels. In 2023, it was announced that Moshiri will continue as Chief presenter on the new BBC news channel for the UK and Worldwide.
In 2023, Maryam became the Chief relief presenter to cover the other chief presenter’s programs like The Context, BBC News Now, The Daily Global, BBC Weekend news and more. Recently it was announced that Maryam would take over as the main presenter of Daily Global.
About Maryam Moshiri Family
Maryam Moshiri was born in an Iranian-British family she grew up in Iran but moved to London with her parents. Maryam has two sisters, one elder and one younger. Maryam’s elder sister Nazanine is also a television broadcaster and has even worked as a reporter and newsreader at various news channels.
Maryam’s younger sister, Marjan Moshiri is a doctor and presently she is working at St. Thomas Hospital. Maryam Moshiri is married to Jonathan Farmer, who is an American newsletter editor at the BBC. Maryam and Jonathan are blessed with three children.
Maryam Moshiri FAQs
A. Maryam Moshiri is 46 years old.
A. Mariyam Moshiri’s parent’s names are not known.
A. Mariyam Moshiri is married to Jonathan Farmer, an American newsletter editor at BBC.
A. Mariyam Moshiri have three children.