Nadira Tudor brings warmth, wit, curiosity and vast experience gathered from an incredibly diverse career.
Currently, a newsreader for Times Radio, as well as a much-sought after conference moderator & host, freelance broadcaster & voice over artist and increasingly active in the higher education sector.
Formerly a News Anchor and Correspondent for RT International, broadcasting mainly from their Moscow studio she presents and reports on international breaking news. She’s covered Brexit, the Syrian conflict, world elections, disasters, the 2018 World Cup and international politics, to name but a few.
She began at the BBC as a producer, reporter and presenter simultaneously. She worked for several National, Regional and local BBC networks and across factual, entertainment, current affairs and news genres in all media – BBC Radio 4, BBC Wales, BBC Radio 1 & 1xtra, BBC 5 Live, BBC Drama, BBC News, BBC Three, BBC Business and BBC Asian Network...read more
As well as presenting and reporting for mainstream broadcasters and platforms she has been the lead host for a variety of programmes across niche channels such as Arise Networks, IPSTV and Motorvision.
She holds a Masters Degree in Intercultural Communication, specialising in Crisis Communication and chairs conferences, conduct interviews, facilitate break-out meetings, moderate political and topical debates and panels and host awards ceremonies. As a News Anchor she’s had to present and structure numerous live, multi-contributor debates covering topics and stories ranging from Privacy Law and Social Media to the rise of the Right in a Post-Brexit Europe.
As a Media and Communications Trainer and Consultant she’s developed, written and implemented numerous media and communications programmes for many individuals and organisations. Her corporate work has allowed her to star in adverts and commercial ventures including Samsung Galaxy “The Beginning”, Aardman Animations, Flybe and Millicom.
Nadira is a seasoned traveller, enthusiastic cook, photographer and she is passionate about children's issues, gender, diversity and cross-cultural understanding and development.
Her life in front of the camera and behind the microphone has allowed her to test many a mean machine, work alongside the world’s military, interview numerous celebrities and prominent figures as well as a myriad of fascinating people not in the public eye. She feels that she is truly privileged in her work.