Who is BBC presenter Katty Kay?

KATTY Kay has become a well known face on the BBC, thanks to her long career with the broadcaster.

The journalist will be back on the box TONIGHT (November 3, 2020) with all the US election night coverage.

Who is Katty Kay?

Katty, 56, was born November 14, 1964 and is a British journalist, author and broadcaster.

She presents BBC World News America.

Katty also hosts Beyond 100 Days on BBC Four, BBC News and BBC World News.

She also appears weekly on NBC News in Morning Joe.

When did Katty Kay join the BBC?

After graduating university in 1988, Katty briefly worked for the Bank of England.

Deciding a career in economics was not for her, she left to work for an aid agency in Zimbabwe.

Katty then decided to peruse a career in journalism and joined the BBC in 1990 as Zimbabwe correspondent for the African section of the BBC World Service.

What else has Katty Kay done?

Kay has also written two books.

In June 2009, Harper Collins published Womenomics, a book written by Katty, together with and ABC News' Claire Shipman.

The book explored the redefinition of success for working women in the business world.

Then in April 2014, the two women also released a box called The Confidence Code: The Science and Art of Self-Assurance – What Women Should Know.

What time is the US election coverage on tonight?

The BBC's US Election 2020 results programme will be hosted by Katty from Washington and Andrew Neil from London.

In the UK, it will be broadcast on BBC One, the BBC News Channel and BBC iPlayer from 11pm tonight (November 3, 2020) until 9am tomorrow (November 4, 2020).

Internationally, the programme will be shown on BBC World News and streamed live on the BBC News website.

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