Tim Sebastian Biography
Tim Sebastian is a television journalist and novelist who is the moderator of Conflict Zone and The New Arab Debates, broadcast on Deutsche Welle. Sebastian worked for the BBC, where he hosted The Doha Debates and was the first presenter of HARDtalk. Also, he presented Bloomberg TV’s The Outsider, an India-focused debating programme.
Tim Sebastian Age| Nationality
He was born on 13 March 1952 and is therefore currently 70 years old as of 2022. He celebrates his birthday every year on March 13. His exact place of birth is not known. We only know that he was born in London and is hence of the British nationality and of white ethnicity.
Tim Sebastian Height| Weight
His exact height and average weight are currently not known and will be updated. Also, more details regarding his physical appearance and other body measurements are still not known and will be updated once we find out.
Tim Sebastian Family| Parents| Siblings
He has tried and succeeded in keeping his family life away from the spotlight and social media. Details regarding his parents and siblings whereabouts are currently not known and will be updated as soon as we get to know.
Tim Sebastian Education
Not much is not about his educational background. We only know that he went to Westminster School, a fee-paying independent school in Central London. Tim also holds a BA degree in Modern Languages from New College, Oxford and speaks both German and Russian and has a Diploma in Journalism Studies from Cardiff University, graduating in 1974.
Tim Sebastian Career| Journalism
In 1974, he began his journalism career at Reuters, moving to the BBC as foreign correspondent in Warsaw in 1979. Tim became BBC’s Europe correspondent in 1982, for Moscow in 1984 (until his expulsion from the USSR in 1985 and then for Washington from 1986 to 1989. He has also worked for The Mail on Sunday, and has contributed to The Sunday Times.
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Tim Sebastian Awards| Achievements| Accolades
He was awarded the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Richard Dimbleby Award in 1982. He was also named Britain’s prestigious Television Journalist of the Year by the Royal Television Society. Also, he has twice won the Royal Television Society’s Interviewer of the Year Award for his HARDtalk interviews.
Tim Sebastian Debate moderator
He is a frequent moderator of major conferences, seminars and forums across the globe. Tim was oncethe chairman of The Doha Debates, a Qatar Foundation programme that was broadcast monthly on BBC World News where it was the highest-rated weekend programme. The Debates were founded by Sebastian in 2004 and their fifth series began in September 2008.
Following the political and social unrest in Egypt and Tunisia in early 2011, he founded The New Arab Debates, which have been held in Egypt, Tunisia and Jordan and were broadcast on Deutsche Welle English as well as regional television channels. The debates are also held in Arabic and hosted by Egyptian TV presenter Mai El Sherbiny.
Tim Sebastian Net worth
He has an estimated net worth of between $ 1Million and $ 5 Million. His primary source of income is from Journalism. More details regarding his wealth, assets, properties, houses, cars he owns, private jets and villas, and so much more are currently not known and will be updated as soon as we find out from him or from other reliable sources.