Published On: Thu, Jan 23rd, 2020

Victoria Derbyshire net worth: Journalist salary at BBC after show cancelled

Victoria Derbyshire is a journalist who has fronted her self titled show, The Victoria Derbyshire Show, since it began in 2015. She has responded to the news the series has been cancelled in a series of posts on her Twitter page. Posting online, she said: “Absolutely devastated at the plan to end our programme (which I first learned about in yesterday’s Times).

“I’m unbelievably proud of what our team and our show have achieved in under 5 years…

“Breaking tonnes of original stories (which we were asked to do); attracting a working class, young, diverse audience that BBC radio & TV news progs just don’t reach (which we were asked to do); & smashing the digital figures (which we were asked to do).

“I’m gutted particularly for our brilliant, young, ambitious, talented team – love ‘em. And for all those people we gave a voice to. Love them too.”(sic)

Victoria Derbyshire salary

The journalist first began a career at the BBC over 20-years-ago, starting on BBC Radio 5 Live.

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In July 2019, her salary was announced as the BBC published the latest reports of its highest-paid stars.

The review revealed Victoria had a salary of between £215,000 to £219,999 for the year 2018/2019.

She was the 14th highest paid women at the BBC behind stars including Claudia Winkleman, Fiona Bruce and Sara Cox.

The list revealed the top seven highest earners were men. Gary Lineker took the top spot with an astounding annual income of between £1,750,000 and £1,754,999.


In the year 2017 to 2018 she earned in the bracket of £210,000 to £219,999.

Victoria Derbyshire net worth

The journalist has a fortune of around £3million, according to

Starting her career as a reporter on local radio, she moved to BBC Radio 5 Live in 1998.

Since then, Victoria has presented television news and political programmes including Newsnight, Victoria Derbyshire Interviews… and This Week.

BBC reported Fran Unsworth, BBC head of news, said it had “not been an easy decision”.

She explained Victoria will “continue to lead on some of the high-profile audience events and original stories she has championed so effectively in recent years”.

She added: “However, audience behaviours are changing. Linear television viewing is declining, and as we progress with our £80million savings target, it is no longer cost-effective to continue producing the programme on television.”

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