Justin Webb, British Journalist
Posted on 16 January 2017
Justin Webb is a British journalist who has worked for the BBC since 1984. He grew up in Bath with his wife and three kids. He became a BBC News presenter based in London, and the main presenter on BBC One's Breakfast News programme from 1992 to 1997. He also presented the BBC's One's and Six O'Clock News bulletins and presented BBC Radio 4's The World Tonight from 1997-1998. Since November 2007, Justin has maintained a regularly updated blog on the BBC website. Since August 2009, he has presented on the Today programme, and also regularly writes for The Radio Times.
Justin is pictured here in the BBC studio on Regents Street, wearing the Knit Jacket
Photographed using Apple iPhone 6
Who or what last made you laugh out loud
My daughter Martha describing a school psychology lesson (you had to be there)
Who or what inspires you
Your words to live by
You only get one life
What cause or causes do you feel passionate about
The type on diabetes charity the JDRF - which is working to provide a cure to a horrible illness that affects kids and in the past ruined lives.
Best piece of advice you’ve ever been given
Lay off the cheese
Your London in an hour
I went to the London School of Economics and still have huge affection for the area around Aldwych - Fleet St and the Inns of Court. All by foot.
Your favourite London view
The view into central London from Ruskin Park in Camberwell
Are you working on anything at present
Wearing smarter shoes
Describe your style
Elderly with a twist
Whose style do you most admire, past or present
Favourite piece from the ENLIST collection?
Cable Knit Sweater