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Susannah Streeter

Susannah has been a BBC business reporter and presenter since 2005 and has interviewed a roll call of top executives, including Sir Stuart Rose (Marks and Spencer), Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou (Easygroup), Sir Phillip Green (Arcadia) and Sir James Dyson (Dyson). She is often seen presenting business news and filing consumer reports for Breakfast, Working Lunch, the BBC News Channel and BBC World News.

But working with Breakfast's news team means she can be sent on any story at any time.

Possibly my busiest day entailed doing early morning lives about energy saving in Nottingham, dashing down to London in the afternoon to interview Justin Timberlake about his latest album and then clinching an interview with Sir Philip Green about his retail academy in the evening. Viewers might have been wondering why I was wearing the same dress for days at a time!'

Susannah joined the BBC in 2003 as part of the on air team for BBC Three's The News Show and 60 Seconds. Prior to that she worked for ITV News, 5 News and Channel One TV.

She's fluent in French and before turning to TV worked for Radio France International and the newspaper Ouest France.

Susannah also has a keen interest in aviation. She's travelled extensively with the Royal Air Force to the Middle East, the Balkans and the US and is always keen to take to the skies in both civil and military aircraft. Highlights include landing in an RAF Chinook on HMS Illustrious in the Gulf of Oman and nosing around John Travolta's bedroom on his personal jet.

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