Sarah Montague Bio, Parents, Husband, Career, Salary and Net Worth

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Sarah Montague Biography

Sarah Montague is a British journalist, best known as one of the main presenters of the current affairs program of BBC Radio 4 early morning, Today. She quit the program in April 2018 after 18 years to take over the lead in the lunchtime news broadcast of the channel, The World at One.

Sarah Montague Age and Birthday

Montague is 57 years old as of 2023, she was born on 8 February 1966, Guernsey, United Kingdom.

Sarah Montague Education

Montague is an alma mater from Bristol University, where she was studying Biology. Sarah is also an alumnus of Blanchelande College.

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Sarah Montague Parents

Montague grew up in Guernsey, the US. Her parents are Mr. John Montague (born O’Malley) and Mrs. Mary. It’s not clear, though whether or not she has any siblings.

Sarah Montague Husband Richard Christopher Brooke

Montague is married to Richard Christopher Brooke. They tied the knot in 2002 and are blessed with 4 daughters. Mrs. Brooke became Lady Brooke in 2012, when her husband inherited the family baronetcy, to become Sir Christopher Brooke, Bt.

Richard Christopher Brooke, the husband of Montague, is a British businessman. Brooke went with former Prime Minister David Cameron to Eton College, and they are friends with him.


Sarah Montague Daughters

Richard and Montague were blessed with three daughters whose names are hidden from the public image. Montague also has a stepdaughter within the family.

Sarah Montague Salary

BBC News reports wages for journalists ranging from an average of $33,774 to $112,519 per annum. However, these statistics can differ greatly depending on the employee’s level of seniority at issue. We don’t currently have Sarah’s exact salary and net worth, but we will keep track and update once it’s available.

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Sarah Montague Net Worth

For quite a long time Montague has been in the media business. With the majority of her money coming from her lucrative career in journalism, she has certainly accumulated a massive fortune. Sarah chooses to lead a modest lifestyle in spite of her apparent riches. The details surrounding her assets and liabilities are still under scrutiny, however, making it difficult to determine her real net worth. Her compensation still remains undisclosed.

Sarah Montague Early Career

After attending Bristol University Montague started a career in finance as a stockbroker for County NatWest. She then became a London, based Eurobond trader with NatWest Capital Markets.

In 1991, Montague became a reporter/presenter for Guernsey and Jersey, with Channel Television. Montague joined Reuters in 1994 before switching to Sky News as a business presenter in January 1996 to work on a regular business program.

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Montague joined the BBC in October 1997 and presented Newsnight and BBC News before joining the 2002 BBC Radio 4 news program Today. She presented the very first program with Gavin Esler on BBC News 24 on 9 November 1997, and also presented HARDtalk on BBC News.

In December 2008, Montague hosted BBC World’s Nobel Minds at Royal Palace Library, Stockholm. The 2008 Nobel Prize winners in Chemistry , Physics, Medicine, Economics and Literature held a roundtable discussion on their contributions to the field of science and topics of global concern during Nobel Minds.

Sarah Montague Today Show

Webb, Justin. Montague received an honorary degree in 2013, and Sussex University’s Doctor of Letters. Montague ended a strike at the BBC on 6 November 2010, called by the National Journalists’ Union. She arrived to show the Today program at 3:30 the morning along with fellow presenter Evan Davis, thus not officially crossing the picket line.

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Montague will break the strike again on 15 July 2011 by the National Union of Journalists, by arriving early and presenting Today with

Two years later, on 10 February 2015, at the University of Bristol, she was awarded the degree of Doctor of Laws honoris causa. Montague quit the flagship current affairs program of Radio 4 after 18 years in April 2018, to take over the lead on Martha Kearney’s lunchtime news broadcast The World at One.

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