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Hugh Woozencroft Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Nationality, Partner, TalkSPORT, BBC, Net Worth

Who IS Hugh Woozencroft? BBC

Hugh Woozencroft is an English media personality currently working as the main host of ‘Kick Off’ each Thursday on TalkSPORT. In addition, he is the host of The Times ‘The Game Podcast’, released every Monday and Thursday. Furthermore, he is the co-host of ESPN UK’s weekly Football Forecast show. Before, he was a presenter for BBC Sports.

Hugh Woozencroft Age, Birthday, How Old Is He?

Woozencroft was born and raised in the United Kingdom. He has however not revealed any information regarding his exact age, date of birth, birthday and Zodiac Sign.

Hugh Woozencroft Wife, Is He Married?

Woozencroft has a partner. Besides, he tweeted, On April 1, 2020, “My partner has just revealed she has never seen the film Moonwalker. Another sleepless night.”

Hugh Woozencroft Education

In 2008, Woozencroft graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and Politics from the University of Essex. Furthermore, he earned a Master’s degree in Sports Journalism from St. Mary’s University, Twickenham in 2011.

Hugh Woozencroft Parents, Siblings and family

Woozencroft was born to a father who is a pure Jamaica. However, he has not revealed details about his parents and siblings in public.

Hugh Woozencroft Height, Weight

Woozencroft is tall in stature. However, he has not disclosed details about his height and weight.

Hugh Woozencroft BBC Nationality, Ethnicity

Woozencroft is a well-known British nationality.

Hugh Woozencroft TalkSPORT

In 2010, while studying for a Masters’s degree in Sports Journalism, He was engaged as a Broadcast Assistant on BBC Radio 5Live’s flagship sports journalism programme ‘Sportsweek’ prior to joining the 5Live Sport team in the same role, with a focus on rugby union and boxing. Furthermore, he helped produce a specially commissioned station ‘Olympics Extra’ for the duration of the London Games (2012)based inside the Olympic Park.

Additionally, he was a part of Radio 5Live’s move to Salford a couple of years later and served regularly on other output such as Test Match Special and 606. Furthermore, he quickly moved into an Assistant Producer role in BBC Sports News, where he started broadcasting on air with Radio 5live (2013).

He became one of the key television sport presenters on BBC Two’s ‘The Victoria Derbyshire Show’ and also on BBC News, Champions League finals, covering the likes of Wimbledon, The Ashes Series and The Boat Race Two years later.

Moreover, he has presented for Premier League Productions and in 2019 became the primetime presenter of the 7pm Kick Off show every Tuesday-Thursday. Additionally, the show focuses on European and domestic football and a huge breadth of sporting stories to a national audience.

Furthermore, he praise for his revealing 2018 article ‘Why BBC Sport can not escape Sports Journalism’s Problem’ and sits on the board for The Black Collective of Media in Sport (BCOMS) which actively serve to develop opportunities for BAME people within the sports media industry.

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