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Sarah Travers

Sarah Travers is from Portstewart where she still lives with her family. Educated at Dominican College Sarah went on to study journalism at the Nottingham-Trent University.

Sarah Travers

Sarah Travers

Sarah joined the BBC starting at Radio Foyle in 1995 before moving to the Belfast newsroom in 1997 were she worked as a journalist and a news reader on BBC Radio Ulster.

A move into television a couple of years later saw Sarah take up a presenter position with the BBC Newsline team.  She currently presents a range of bulletins and programmes throughout the week.  She's also a regular face on BBC Newsline's flagship 6.30 programme.  Every Thursday Sarah also fronts the popular Family Focus slot within the 6.30 programme.

In her spare time Sarah enjoys getting out and about on the North coast and spending some family time with her partner and two children.  

last updated: 04/03/2008 at 19:50
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