Victoria Fritz

BBC's First Female Transport Correspondent

Victoria Fritz is the BBC’s first female transport correspondent. Victoria covers the global impact of a shifting transport landscape across business, politics and culture for programmes such as Today on Radio 4, The Jeremy Vine Show on Radio 2, and the Six O’Clock News and Ten O’Clock News.

Victoria covers areas such as the UK’s industrial strategy, the rail renationalisation debate, social exclusion, air quality policy, aerospace, autonomous vehicles, and of course, potholes.

Victoria is also a lead presenter of the BBC’s domestic and international news programmes.

She is a regular face on BBC Breakfast on BBC1 as well as an anchor on the BBC’s domestic and international business programmes.

Victoria started her broadcast career as a producer on Newsnight before joining the BBC’s Business and Economics Unit at the start of the financial crisis in 2008.

Drawing on her City background, Victoria influenced the Corporation’s coverage of the financial crisis, the sovereign debt crisis, the recession and the economic recovery. Victoria has also worked on Wall Street as the BBC’s North America business correspondent.

Victoria later became a general news correspondent, covering stories such as the 2014 Ebola outbreak in West Africa, the rise of ISIS and domestic violence and the NFL.

Victoria is available for a range of corporate events; from conference and awards hosting to chairing panel discussions.

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At corporate events Victoria is known to speak on the following:

  • Transport
  • Politics Speaker