- BBC Countryfile & The One Show
- Radio 4 Woman's Hour
- Presenter & Awards Host
Award winning broadcaster Anita Rani is a hugely popular presenter with TV audiences.
As one of the lead presenters on BBC One’s Countryfile, Anita has become a familiar face on British television presenting a range of shows including Secret Spenders, Aldi’s Next Big Thing, and Britain by the Beach for Channel 4 as well as a range of explorative documentaries for the BBC including Bollywood: The World’s Biggest Film Industry; My Family, Partition and Me: India 1947 and more recently War on Plastics with Hugh and Anita alongside Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. Recently she’s seen presenting the brand new game show Fastest Finger First for ITV.
She covers numerous popular slots for BBC Radio 2 and is the main host of BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour alongside Emma Barnett.
Anita wowed the audience of Strictly Come Dancing 2015 with her hard work, enthusiasm, and total fearlessness. As well as enjoying the glitter and glamour of Strictly, Anita also delved into her family tree in 2015, for the BBC’s Who Do You Think You Are? Anita travelled from Bradford to the Punjab, and was visibly moved by the discoveries she made about her grandparents.
Her debut book The Right Sort of Girl was released in 2021, documenting her upbringing and the lessons she’s learnt growing up navigating her Indian world at home and the British world outside. It became a Sunday Times bestseller and received rave reviews upon release.
In 2023 Anita Rani was installed as Bradford University Chancellor.
Much in demand, Anita’s infectious enthusiasm, passion and wide-ranging interests, mean she is equally at home presenting live TV, or filming international documentaries, or formats, ensuring she gets the best out of her interviewees, from a farmer in Yorkshire, to a tribal leader in Papua New Guinea!
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