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Sarah Lockett Wikipedia
Sarah Lockett (born in Surrey) is a TV news anchor and reporter.
Lockett started out recording 0898 information telephone lines, before working for Capital Radio, London. Lockett then became a TV news anchor and reporter, who has worked for Sky News, Channel Four News, BBC News 24, ITN and Forces TV. She has also written for newspapers including The Scotsman (for 18 months). Lockett has written articles for various magazines alongside her broadcast news career and she also has a food/cooking blog at moneymagpie.com/category/columns/food-blog.
In January 2000 a 30-year-old man was jailed for 30 months for stalking Lockett. He wrote some 80 letters, stalked the Meridian studios, and tried to find out her home address. He told Lockett: "Every celebrity needs a stalker." The court case preceded cases involving Emily Maitlis and Julia Somerville.1987 - 0898 telephone services + local radio.
1988 - Capital Radio, London
1991/2001 - BBC Newsroom Southeast
1994-96 - ITN/Channel4: inc 'House to House', 'The Big Breakfast', and 'Channel4 News'. 'ITN Morning News' (as Reporter and Producer). Channel 5 News
1995-96 - Reuters Business TV
1998-2000 - Meridian TV: anchor of the local evening news programme, "Meridian Tonight"
2000-2002 - Freelance, incl Sky News, Channel 4 News, BBC News24
2004 – Local Government Channel (presenter), corporate TV reporter/presenter, Conference facilitator
2010-2011 BBC London News (presenter cover), Websedge TV (media trainer)
2010 to date - ITN Productions (presenter/reporter), ITN Industry News (presenter/reporter), The Business Channel (presenter), Topline Communications (Presenter, media trainer)
2014 - Forces TV News (reporter), Media Training Associates (trainer), ITN Industry News, The Business Channel 
"The Dish " by Penny Isaacs and Sarah Lockett (published by Troubador, February 2009, £9.95)
"Feed Your Family for Less"  (published by Moneymagpie.com, 2010, £4.99)
Specialises in writing health, food & diet features and humour, and is a member of the Guild of Food Writers.London Evening Standard
The Scotsman: wrote a daily cookery column for 18 months (2000–2001)
The Sunday Post