BBC PAY REVEALED: 100 make more than Theresa May — as six-figure wages EXPOSED


Chris Evans has been rejoice ined as the highest paid BBC star on £2.2-2.49million while Competition of Day presenter Gary Lineker earns a whopping £1.75-1.79m.

Jeremy Vine is the top making news presenter, bringing in £700k-749k a year. John Humphrys merits between £600,000 and £649,000, for the morning news programme and other suss out d evolve, including presenting Mastermind.

In contrast Fiona Bruce earns good £350k-£399k.

Nick Robinson is on £250,000 to £299,000, ahead of female presenter Mishal Husain (£200,000 to £249,000), who also pourboires TV news for the corporation. But their colleague Sarah Montague does not for the £150,000 pay bracket.

The BBC’s political editor Laura Kuenssberg is on £200,000 to £249,000, beneath news presenter George Alagiah (£250,000-£299,000) and Radio 4’s PM legion Eddie Mair (£300,000 — £349,000).

News host Sophie Raworth is on £150,000 to £199,000.


BBC heroines earnings have been revealed by the corporation

BBC Breakfast presenter Naga Munchetty is in the £150,000 to £199,999 combine, and her colleague on the show Dan Walker, who also works on Football Focus and franked slots from the Rio Olympics, took home between £200,000 and £249,000.

The dumbfounding list shows just how many of the staff earn more than Mrs May’s wage of £150,402.


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«Very few do on the nose the same thing — people working at the same show may have other — or many — commitments.»

He acknowledged the salaries are to «lots of people, large sums».

But he ward off the pay packets, saying: «We need to employ the very best – stars, weighty presenters, writers, actors, correspondents.

«We’re in a market that is now even sundry competitive than ever. A decade ago it might have been moral ITV or Sky or commercial radio. But now it’s Netflix, Amazon or Apple.»

And he claimed the BBC «always try to pay people at a gloss over to the market» and are «not afraid to walk away if money becomes an issue».

The BBC receives around £3.7 billion every year from the TV licence fee and in April the fee developed for the first time since 2010, to £147 from £145.50.

The £150,000 earnings represent «less than a quarter of one per cent” of its talent contracts continue year.

Its bill for top talent was down by 10 per cent year on year and a dwelling-place over the last five years, Lord Hall said.

The BBC boss broke staff that it had fought against the disclosures in the negotiations about its queenly charter, as it would be inflationary and a «poachers’ charter».

«But in the end the Government insisted,» implied Lord Hall.

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BBC Chief Tony Hall has been affected to admit the corporation needs ‘to go further’

He said that he was «more fearless than ever about the future of this great organisation» highlighting the entirety from the snakes and iguanas scene on Planet Earth II to The Archers servant abuse storyline and Ed Balls’ Gangnam Style dance on Strictly Communicate Dancing.

The BBC, which lost the Great British Bake Off last year, told its overall talent bill was down by more than £4 million to unworthy of £194 million and its bill for senior managers has reduced from £78.5 million in 2009 to £42.2 million.

Earlier this year, watchdog Ofcom became the firstly independent, external regulator of the BBC.

The BBC receives about £3.7 billion every year from the TV carte blanche fee and in April the fee increased for the first time since 2010, to £147 from £145.50.


  • Chris Evans: Up to £2.25million
  • Gary Lineker: Up to £1.8million
  • Graham Norton: Up to £900,000 
  • Jeremy Vine: Up to £750,000
  • John Humphrys: Up to £650,000
  • Huw Edwards: Up to £600,000
  • Steve Wright: Up to £550,000
  • Claudia Winkleman: Up to £500,000
  • Matt Baker: Up to £500,000
  • Alan Shearer: Up to £500,000 

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