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Presenter profile: Sally Taylor

Sally Taylor

Monday to Friday, you'll find her on TV presenting BBC South Today, but on Saturday mornings Sally Taylor presents the breakfast show on BBC Radio Solent.

Sally's fun, lively and sociable show is the perfect way to start the weekend.

The show great live music and a resident comedian to help you unwind and enjoy yourself after a busy week.

There is also a studio audience who are invited to have coffee with Sally and get involved with the show as it's broadcast live.

If you want to join Sally Taylor on a Saturday morning in our Southampton studios you can request your free ticket from the BBC Ticket line on 0370 901 1227* or by clicking on the link below.

As the main presenter on BBC One's South Today, Sally has reported on almost every big news story over the past two decades.

She was awarded the MBE for services to regional broadcasting, collecting the honour from the Queen at a ceremony in Buckingham Palace in December 2005.

In the Spring of 2007 Sally was able to fulfil a lifelong ambition and travel to Antarctica.

Sailing on the Royal Navy Ice Patrol vessel, HMS Endurance on a 21,000 mile journey via the Falkland Islands, Sally broadcast live from the amazing landscape.

In 1999 Sally underwent surgery for breast cancer and as a result is now involved in a number of charities.

She is a Patron of 'Simon Says', a charity that helps children who are bereaved. She also works closely with the Hampshire Learning and Skills Council and Business Link in promoting local businesses across the South.

E-mail the programme: sallyonsaturday@bbc.co.uk

Sally Taylor - every Saturday morning from 0800 to 1100

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