British TV presenter Juliet Morris has spent many years working across the BBC, beginning her career as a radio and television presenter on the local BBC South West show, Spotlight, she became known nationwide for her role on the children’s news programme Newsround.
Soon firmly established a versatile journalist and adept newsreader Juliet Morris left Newsround in 1995 to become one of the leading TV presenters of BBC Breakfast News where she remained for three years.
Taking a step away from news reading Juliet Morris left BBC Breakfast to join the current affairs show Here and Now and also began working as a co-host of 999 alongside renowned news radio and television presenter Michael Buerk. Now a staple of daytime television Morris also worked as the lead TV presenter for the BBC series The House Detectives, where she accompanied a team of experts to uncover the secret histories of the homes of members of the public.
More recently Juliet Morris has worked as a TV presenter and reporter for both Uncharted Territory and Countryfile, reporting on topical events in the British wildlife, countryside and farming industry.
Many viewers will also remember Juliet Morris for her in depth and moving Panorama report on suicide in young men in which she revealed that her younger brother commit suicide at the age of 24. Ever the professional Juliet Morris is an experienced TV presenter with a range of interests and wide spread appeal amongst British audiences.