Dan Walker is a popular English journalist and presenter who announced his departure from the British Broadcasting Corporation also known as BBC.
Walker grew up in Crawley, Sussex, until the age of 18, where he attended Ifield Primary School, Three Bridges Middle School, and Hazelwick Secondary School.
Dan Walker joined the BBC in 2006 and began working in London and in 2008 started presenting and reporting at Wimbledon, The Open, Aintree, Ascot, and The Derby at Epsom as well as the 6 Nations.
Walker joined the BBC Sport team covering the 2010 FIFA World Cup and spent the tournament travelling from Cape Town at the start of the tournament to Johannesburg for the final in a double-decker bus, filming packages to be shown both as part of the TV coverage and online, and providing commentary and news via the BBC’s online channels and Twitter.
Sarah Walker: All you need to know about Dan Walker’s wife
Having a profound career as a presenter, Dan Walker is supported by his wife, Sarah Walker whom he married in 2001.
While her husband Dan Walker is well-known, Sarah Walker prefers to keep her face and personal life out of the spotlight.
Sarah met Dan in 1999 when they both attended the University of Sheffield, where Dan graduated with a Master’s degree in broadcast journalism.
Despite their marital issues, Dan Walker stated in an interview that they are inseparable. The pair currently live in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, where they both studied and subsequently met.