Today marks the end of an era, as Joanna Gosling, one of the most well-known and beloved presenters of BBC News, delivers her final broadcast.
As her distinguished career draws to a close, Joanna is keen to thank the people that made it all possible: her ‘family’ at BBC News.
“I want to take this opportunity to say a huge thank you to my BBC News family,” said Joanna. “From the very beginning, the BBC News team have been incredibly supportive, and I will be forever grateful for the trust and opportunities I have been given over the years.
“I have had the privilege of working with some truly brilliant people and have made friends for life. I will miss them all immensely. I also want to thank our viewers for their loyalty and for taking the time to watch my broadcasts. It has been a pleasure and an honour to serve them over the years.”
Joanna is confident the BBC News team will continue to bring the viewers the highest quality journalism, and she remains optimistic about the future of the network.
“I am confident that the BBC News team will continue to set the standard in reporting and delivering the news,” said Joanna. “I’m sure that the future of the BBC News is in safe hands and I wish them all the best.”
As Joanna moves on to the next chapter of her life, she is sure to take with her many fond memories of her time at BBC News, and the incredible people she has worked with over the years. We wish her all the best in her future endeavours.