Ranvir Singh is the award-winning presenter and Political Editor for Good Morning Britain. Ranvir has fronted several ITV primetime factual series - Eat, Shop Save, which saw Ranvir and her team of experts help families to eat and save their way to household happiness. Real Stories With Ranvir Singh, which told the unique stories of people involved in extraordinary, life-changing events. Since 2014 Ranvir has guest presented several Tonight specials including - Fast Food: The Big Fat Truth and Sun, Sea and School times. Ranvir has also co presented The Martin Lewis show Live
Ranvir’s highlights while at ITV include reporting from Sierra Leone ahead of the G20 Summit; breaking news of the Boston Marathon bombers being pursued and clarifying the developing situation; breaking news of Oscar Pistorious’ shooting Reeva Steenkamp and covering Obama’s second term election success.
Ranvir spent 12 years at the BBC where she was a producer, reporter and presenter on both regional and national radio and television. She co-presented BBC North West Tonight for nearly five years and in 2010 was awarded “Best On Screen Talent” at the Royal Television Society’s North West Awards...read more
Alongside her television work, Ranvir has presented on BBC Radio 5 Live as a regular on the Weekend Breakfast show, as well as presenting on the station’s Late Night Phone In, Drivetime and Breakfast with Nicky Campbell shows.
Further career highlights for Ranvir include reporting live for the Election Night Special with David Dimbleby on BBC One; presenting from Athens during the Champions League Final and playing a key role in presenting the BBC Three live special, The Manchester Passion.
Ranvir was born and brought up in Preston. She went to Lancaster University where she studied Philosophy and English Literature. After finishing her degree, Ranvir returned to Preston to complete a postgraduate qualification in Broadcast Journalism. In 2013 Ranvir was awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the University of Central Lancashire.
Ranvir now lives in London and has a young son. Ranvir is Vice Patron of the charity, Baby Beat and Patron of the National Organisation for Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (NOFAS-UK). She is a keen runner, taking part in half-marathons around the country and is also a qualified acting teacher with LAMDA.