Sarah Montague

Sarah Montague attended Bristol University and began a career in finance as a stockbroker. In 1991 she became a reporter/presenter with Channel Television in Guernsey and Jersey.

Sarah Montague is from Guernsey. She began her career in finance as a stockbroker. In 1991 she became a reporter/presenter with Channel Television in Guernsey and Jersey.

She joined Reuters in 1994 to work on a daily business programme and then moved to Sky News in January 1996 as a business presenter.

Sarah began her BBC career in 1997 as a presenter on News 24 – later renamed BBC News Channel - and has presented many of the BBC’s News and Current Affairs programmes including Newsnight and BBC Breakfast. She has also been a regular presenter of BBC World's Hardtalk for 20 years. Sarah began presenting the Today programme regularly in 2001 and has reported and presented documentaries and series for Radio 4 including The Educators, Cathy Come Home and Reith Revisited.

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