Which BBC Presenters Are Leaving? Who is Leaving BBC Breakfast?

Recently, news came out on the internet that one of the renowned members of BBC Breakfast is leaving BBC now. This topic is the most searched topic in the past 24 hours now. People are curious to know who is leaving BBC. People are asking Which BBC Presenters are leaving? So PKB news is here to give you every single information about this topic so that you didn’t need to visit any other site to check about this topic. Our sources have provided us with information and they have told us who is leaving BBC Breakfast. To know that read this whole article till the end.

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Who is Leaving BBC Breakfast?

The host of BBC Breakfast Naga Munchetty recently paid tribute to the political correspondent Jonathan Blake. He paid tribute to Jonathan because he is the one who is leaving BBC Breakfast. He is leaving this show after 16 years of working on BBC. Jonathan is a well-respected figure as he was the political correspondent at BBC News in London since 2018. He is described as a tall and good-looking guy. He was in the position of a presenter at BBC World Service which is in London. If we talk about his education life, so he completed his Bachelor of Arts degree in Drama from the University of Manchester in 2004. Then he completed his Master of Arts in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Central Lancashire.

Jonathan Blake is originally from Guildford in Surrey. He has never shared any detail about his family. He loves to keep his family life private because he doesn’t want to disturb their privacy. He loves to low-key his profile. he has been in the headline many times but this time he has given a huge shock to many people. people are really sad because recently one of the BBC presenter Naga Muchetty paid tribute to him and announced that Jonathan is leaving BBC.

Jonathan Blake was a part of BBC for almost 16 years. Jonathan confirmed his leaving news on his Twitter account. It is not clear that is he has taken a retirement or he is going to work in any other company now. The whole community of BBC has paid tributes to him as BBC had a great bond with him for more than a decade. he was known as the best presenter because he used to cover all the conversations with the members of parliament and government officials. Now we wish him the best of luck for his future.

Prakash Israni

Prakash Israni Is a 'self-proclaimed' professional in the ITES industry for 20 years, though prefer being tagged as a novice and a learner.

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