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Tina Daheley is a British journalist and presenter at the BBC. Daheley originates from a Sikh family background and she grew up in Perivale, East London. Her current job is presenting news at The Radio 2 Breakfast Show with Zoe Ball.
She has completed a bachelor's degree in Computer Science at Brunel University and later went on to achieve a masters degree at the University of Leeds in Journalism.
Daheley started working at BBC in 2007 as a presenter of women’s football and also presented the Free Speech show on BBC Three alongside Rick Edwards. Daheley also presented 60 Seconds news on BBC Three, and E24 on the News Channel.
Daheley joined BBC Breakfast as a relief presenter in July 2016 and was one of the main presenters of Crimewatch with Jeremy Vine in September 2016.
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