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Charlie Stayt

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Nationality  British
Notable credits  BBC Breakfast
Spouse  Anne Breckell (m. 1995)

Role  Broadcaster
Name  Charlie Stayt
TV shows  BBC Breakfast
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Born  19 June 1962 (age 59) (1962-06-19) Gloucester, England
Occupation  Journalist,Television presenter
Education  Birmingham City University
Children  Phoebe Senara, Jake Hamilton
Similar People  Louise Minchin, Bill Turnbull, Naga Munchetty, Sally Nugent, Steph McGovern

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Charlie Stayt (born 19 June 1962) is an English broadcaster. He is a journalist and presenter working freelance with the BBC as a presenter for BBC Breakfast.

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Early life and education

Stayt was born in 1962 at Gloucester, in the West of England. He has two older siblings. He was educated at Wycliffe College, a co-educational part-boarding independent school in the town of Stonehouse (near the market town of Stroud) in Gloucestershire, before going to Birmingham Polytechnic.

Broadcasting career

Stayt started his career on a commercial radio station in his home town of Gloucester. Before moving into television, he worked on radio in London, hosting Capital Radio's award-winning news programme, The Way It Is and also reporting for LBC and BBC Radio 5 Live.

Stayt began his TV career working for ITN in 1995, then joined Five News as a reporter before presenting the network's prime-time bulletins and half-hour live debate programmes. He anchored Five News' coverage of the events of 11 September 2001 and spent a total of ten years at ITN, both as a correspondent and a presenter. He has also been a presenter for Sky News. He has presented numerous current affairs programmes and also hosted live "reality TV" shows Jailbreak, and Are You Telepathic.

Stayt joined BBC Breakfast in 2006, initially as a relief presenter, but in December 2007, he was confirmed as its Friday-Sunday presenter. Since January 2008, he has been the weekend presenter for BBC Breakfast, the early morning news programme broadcast on BBC One and BBC News. He moved with the programme to Salford and presents the programme Thursday-Saturday with Naga Munchetty, as well as standing in for main weekday host Dan Walker.

In August 2016, he appeared in Dictionary Corner on Channel 4's Countdown for a number of episodes.

Family

Stayt married Anne Frances Breckell in 1995, by whom he has two children.

References

Charlie Stayt Wikipedia