Andrew Peach Biography
Andrew Peach is a British Presenter working with the BBC News team as a Radio Presenter where he presents daily news and phone-in show on BBC Radio Berkshire. Additionally, he also presents network programmes such as PM and the Six O’Clock News on BBC Radio 4, The Newsroom, and Newshour on BBC World Service.
Andrew Peach Date of Birth / Birthday
Peach prefers to keep his age and birthdates away from social media. However, we will update this information once it’s available to the public.
Andrew Peach Measurements/Height
He stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 8 inches.
Andrew Peach Partner/ Wife
He is married to his wife, Colleen Peach. The two spent the first two years of their marriage in Benson. Ten years ago, they looked at a house in Peppard but did not buy it. However, they have been convinced that they want to live in the village ever since.
Being sure enough that Peppard was for them, they went to an extent of enrolling their children in a school in Henley where there were to continue with their education after moving to the village. They live in Henley-on-Thames, located in Oxfordshire and have been in their, now, Peppard home for about 18 months and are happy there. Peach happens to be the patron of Thame Hospice, which runs hospices in Windsor and Ascot.
Andrew Peach Kids/Children
Together with his wife, Colleen, the duo are proud parents to their two children, a son, Isaac and a daughter Martha Peach. However, he shares no more information in relation to his children with the public. We will update this information once it’s available to the public.
Andrew Peach Relatives/ Family
Peach was born in Bloxwich, United Kingdom. He states that he can recall his grandfather teaching him about gardening and plans to do more of it once the children are older. However, he manages to keep information in regard to his parents and or whether or not he has any siblings away from the limelight. We will update this information once it’s available to the public.
Andrew Peach Profession
Peach works with the BBC News team where he serves as a Presenter for BBC Radio Berkshire. He attended Queen Mary’s Grammar School located in Walsall and St Edmund Hall located in Oxford. His show was named “Best Local Radio Show in the UK.” This was during the 2021 Radio Academy ARIA Awards. Additionally, he also reads news bulletins on BBC Radio 2. He marked 25 years of his career on BBC Radio on the 10th of October 2017 with a message of congratulations from Prime Minister Theresa May.
He had early experience in the radio when he won a competition on BBC WM in the year 1989. His prize included travelling to Germany and compiling reports about life in Bonn and Cologne. His career also started at BBC Radio Oxford in the year 1991. He joined the BBC Radio Berkshire in the year 1992 and was presenting a Saturday Breakfast on both stations from October that year. He began reading bulletins for BBC Radio 2 in the year 1998 and was the network’s longest-serving newsreader. Additionally, he was the regular news voice on The Chris Evans Show from the year 2005 to 2009.
He also hosted Sunday morning on BBC WM from the year 2008 to 2011 and was also presenting on BC Radio Five Live from the year 2010 to 2011. He also presented news programmes on BBC World Service since the year 2011 and on BBC Radio 4 since the year 2014.
His BBC Berkshire show was reviewed by the Guardian in the month of April year 2010. He now works alongside co-hosts such as former CBBC presenter Kirsten O’Brien, and ex-Reading Captain Ady Williams. His interview with the Archbishop of Canterbury in the month of November 2010 was widely reported. Additionally, his conversation with a tearful Reading FC Captain the morning, after the club was relegated from the Premier League, was featured in The Times in the month o May 2008. January of 2014 saw his interview in which a UKIP Councillor blamed recent flooding on gay marriage made news around the world.
Among his major broadcasts for his career include the coverage of the US Presidential Election in Washington, D.C. in the month of November 2004. Additionally, it also includes Pope Benedict XVI’s visit to the United Kingdom in September of 2010 and the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at Windsor Castle in the month of May 2018. Additionally, he also hosted BBC Coverage of UK General Elections since the year 2001. This is in addition to presenting the results of the 2016 EU Referendum on BBC World Service.
Andrew Peach Income
Peach receives an annual income ranging between $30,000 and $90,000.
Andrew Peach Net Worth
Through Peach’s career as a Presenter, he has been able to accumulate a net worth that ranges between $1million and $1.5 million.
In addition to receiving the gold in the year 2010 during the Radio Academy ARIA Awards, he was nominated as Best Speech Breakfast Presenter in the year 2018 ARIAs and UK Speech Broadcaster of the Year in the 2010 Sony Radio Academy Awards. Additionally, his programmes have been nominated for 16 Radio Academy Awards between the years 2002 and 2021. There, the judges were describing him as “an assured host balancing great seriousness and warmth and also displaying a strong bond with his audience.” They also stated that he is, “empathetic and probing and formulates questions that are short, to the point and perfectly timed.”
Andrew Peach Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
Sample is active on his social media accounts. He is active on his Facebook Page and has about 5,170 followers on his Twitter account, and around 135 followers on his Instagram account.