TV

Sarah is one of the UK’s more experienced broadcast journalists after spending more than 20 years reporting on major news and business stories in the UK and internationally.

BBC

Sarah on BBC London NewsSarah has presented business news on the BBC News Channel and worked as a General News Reporter, plus she anchored BBC London News. She started in BBC local radio at BBC London Radio, then worked as a newsreader on Radio 1 and moved to BBC Newsroom South East (now BBC London) before going national…

Sky News

Sarah worked at Sky News as an anchor, business presenter and general news reporter.

ITV

Sarah presented the regional evening news programme Meridian Tonight for 2 years, plus worked as a reporter at Channel 4 News (ITN) and Channel 5 News (produced by ITN). She presented bulletins/reported at GMTV and spent 2 years at ITN’s Westminster bureau as a producer on Channel 4’s “House to House” programme. Before that she wrote news bulletins for The Big Breakfast and ITN Morning News, and was also a newsreader at Independent Radio News (IRN).

Forces TV

Sarah presented and reported for Forces TV, the defence-and-military channel, from 2014-2015.

Reuters

Sarah specialised in money-reporting at Reuters Business TV (1995-6) and interviewed financial heavyweights such as the then Chancellor of the Exchequer Gordon Brown, Virgin’s Richard Branson and Easyjet’s Stelios Haji-Ioannou. It also laid the groundwork for reporting and presenting business news at Sky News, BBC News 24 and The Business Debate.

The Business Channel

After having children (2002), Sarah moved away from rolling news and began presenting other programmes including The Business Channel (2011).

Photo of Sarah LockettLocal Government Channel

From 2004-2011 Sarah presented coverage of local government and public sector issues for the Local Government Channel, broadcast on the Sky Community Channel.

 

“Sarah’s work is consistently clear, well prepared, expertly presented and of the highest quality. She knows what she’s doing and is good fun to work with” – Ben Ando, BBC News