Sarah-Jane Mee / Speaker Profile

Sarah-Jane Mee

Sarah-Jane Mee

Sarah-Jane Mee has been a regular on off presenter on Sky News, so much so, in 2016 Sarah-Jane replaced Eamonn Holmes as the new Sky News anchor on their flagship breakfast programme, Sunrise. This exciting new position makes Sarah-Jane the first ever female news anchor in the history of Sky NEWS.
She has always been considered one of the UK's most versatile TV and radio presenters having fronted Sky Sports and Saturday Night Football.
A keen sports woman herself, she took part in 'Riding the Dales', the gruelling first stage of the Tour De France.
She plays golf and played in The Costa Smeralda Invitational hosted by US Open winner Justin Rose.
Sarah-Jane is the proud host of the 'Sports Women of the Year' awards live on Sky Sports in association with the Sunday Times which celebrates women at every level of sport both amateur and professional.

She combined both her enthusiasm for sport and current affairs in the weekly programme What's the Story? which brought together sports personalities from different disciplines to discuss and debate the week's big sporting stories.

She has also hosted Entertainment Week on Sky, interviewing directors, actors and singers as well as looking at the latest film releases and showbiz news.
A regular contributor to LBC radio on a broad range of topical news stories and was part of Sky News live General Election 2015 coverage.

Sarah-Jane hosted 'The Hour' Bradley Wiggins successful world record attempt live on Sky Sports.
She is an extreemly popular live event host who is very much at ease hosting awards, dinners and Q&A sessions.
To enquire about booking Sarah Jane Mee for your next event, please contact us for London events on: 020 8914 8966 or for North England and Scotland on 0131 440 9226 or click on the enquiry form below. 

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SarahJane on Sky's Saturday Night Football


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