Paddy O'Connell

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Presenter (1966)
Sun Nov 17 2019
By   Cooper

One of the popular personalities in the world of the news network, Paddy O' Connell, is popular for his presenting skills. Currently, he is working for the BBC, where he is the presenter of BBC Radio 4's Broadcasting House program on Sunday Morning. Furthermore, he is also a member of the Royal Society of Arts.

O'Connell was born on 11 March 1966 in Guildford, Surrey, England, under the birth sign, Pisces. Moreover, he belongs to the white ethnic background and holds a British nationality.

What's Paddy's Marital Status?

The presenter of Radio 4's PM program is currently unmarried. He has revealed very little information regarding his profile. He is also not active in social networking sites such as Instagram, Twitter which can hint speculators regarding his personal affairs.

So far, Paddy is successfully maintaining his professional and personal life separate. No rumors and controversies has ever been surfaced regarding his dating and affairs. Keeping life so low-profile might be the safeguard to avoid unnecessary whispers.

Net Worth Of Paddy O' Connell

Being a TV presenter as well as a radio presenter, he must have achieved a decent amount of money as his net worth is around $500,000 as of 2019.

Currently, he is working for BBC wide ranges radio and TV programs such as BBC Radio 4 and Broadcasting House along with Philippa Thomas and David Dimbleby. As per the BBC, the average salary of their presenter is around $100,000 per year. 

Paddy O' Connell posing for a picture
Image: Broadcaster Paddy O' Connell
Source: Carl Woodward

So, in total, he might be earning remuneration over $150,000 per year as a presenter of two broadcasting program. Well, he is also an occasional presenter of Radio 4's PM Programme. Without a doubt, he must be receiving fruitful paycheque from there too.

Paddy O' Connell Professional Career

Connell kicked off his career as a presenter back in 1989 in the BBC's local radio trainee scheme. He worked in Devon for 5 years as a reporter, and after gathering experience, he joined the BBC Radio Five Live in 1994.

Not only for BBC, but he has also presented for other radio stations located in Australia and Canada. Moreover, he has also worked as Business Correspondent for BBC News in 1997 and appeared on BBC World and BBC News 24.

The presenter is working as a presenter of BBC radio and TV programs such as the Battle of Brains and BBC Breakfast as of 2019. Besides BBC, he has also worked as a regular presenter on London's LBC 97.3 radio station.

 

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