Kirsteen Thorne

Kirsteen Thorne

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About Kirsteen

Kirsteen began working at BBC Radio Norfolk in the late 1990s as a phone answerer on the late Sunday evening show David Clayton's Early Night, and since then has worked on pretty much every programme at the station, as well as having a stint working as a subtitler for BBC Television in Norwich.

She was born in 1979 and grew up in the Norfolk hamlet of Pedham, to the east of Norwich. She attended Notre Dame High School and the University of East Anglia in Norwich before joining the BBC. She has produced and presented various programmes, including a stint as one of Treasure Quest's clue-hunters.

Kirsteen became the new regular presenter of the Saturday breakfast show on BBC Radio Norfolk in August 2016. She lives in South Norfolk with her husband and their two daughters.