Nina Louise Warhurst – born October 1980 – is a business and consumer presenter on BBC Breakfast.
Warhurst begin her on-screen career acting in minor roles on Casualty in 1997, Heartbeat in 1998, and Butterfly Collectors in 1999. Warhurst began her broadcasting career on Russia Today in Moscow.
In April 2007, Warhurst joined the Guardian’s regional television channel Channel M presenting on Channel M Breakfast. In 2009, she moved to Channel M’s weekday news programme Channel M Today, after cutbacks at station required the cancelation of Channel M Breakfast.
In 2010, Warhurst joined BBC East Midlands regional news presenting East Midlands Today. Later in 2010, she joined BBC North West regional news presenting BBC North West Tonight and Sunday Politics North West.
In June 2014, she covered the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil for BBC Sport. In September 2016, Warhurst was appointed political editor at BBC North West.
In 2018, Warhurst begin reporting for BBC Breakfast on a freelance basis, and became a relief presenter when regular hosts were unavailable. In October 2020, she was appointed as BBC Breakfast’s main business presenter, succeeding Steph McGovern.
Benjamin Mark Bland – born 13 May 1984 – is a news presenter at the BBC. Ben mostly hosts business