Nadira Tudor is a TV newsreader and broadcast journalist, corporate presenter and event host. A former RT news anchor and correspondent, her most recent positions include being part of the Talk Radio TV and Times Radio launch team for their news segments, as a newsreader and a producer.
In 2015, she won the highly prestigious Asian Professional Award for Media, and previously won the Innovation Award for the BBC and a nomination for the Mental Health awards whilst working for BBC Radio 1Xtra.
Her life in front of the camera has allowed her work alongside the world’s military and interview numerous celebrities and prominent figures, as well as a myriad of fascinating people not in the public eye.
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Corporate presenter Nadira Tudor is an international multimedia broadcast journalist and presenter. She works across a broad range of projects including for Times Radio, TalkRadio and Talk TV.
She presents and reports on international and UK domestic breaking news stories and on more day-to-day generic news stories. She has covered topics including the war in Ukraine, the death of Prince Philip, the Afghanistan crisis, US Elections, Brexit, the Syrian conflict, world elections, natural disasters and the 2018 football world cup.
Expert analysis from specialists is commonplace and Nadira is comfortable interviewing these subject experts to ensure that all angles are covered.
Her life in front of the camera carrying out presenting duties has allowed her to work alongside and interview high-profile military figures, celebrities and fascinating members of the public. She has also guest lectured at Cardiff’s School of Journalism, Manchester University, Manchester Met and Leeds University, and specialists in media and state-sponsored media and crisis communication.
Read more about Nadira’s amazing career: A Chat with BBC Broadcaster and RT International Anchor Nadira Tudor at Great British Voices.
Nadira is also one of our professional voiceover artists at Great British Voices and can regularly be heard on BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio 1. She has also narrated Cost of Coffee and Cost of Cotton for the BBC World Service as well as Screaming Without Words for BBC Radio 1Xtra. Away from her busy television and radio career, she has also voiced many commercial and corporate scripts from her home studio.