|Date of Birth||1 May 1975 (age 39)|
|Spouse||Craig O'Hara (husband)|
|Children(s)||Will O'Hara, Clara O'Hara and Nate O'Hara|
|Education at||Durham University|
|Name on Birth||Nina Hossain|
Nina Hossain is a Bangladeshi-English media personality who started hosting London Tonight in 2011.
She was born on 1 May 1975, in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England.
Childhood and School College
She has a degree from the University of Durham, (St Cuthbert's Society). She then gained a Post-graduate Diploma in Broadcast Journalism at the department of Journalism, Media and Communication, University of Central Lancashire, Preston. Her ambitions to be a journalist began at an early age.
Father, Mother, brother and sister
Her father was Dr Tabarek Hossain (1935–2002), originally from Bangladesh, who migrated to Britain in the 1960s, was a psychiatrist who specialized in alcoholism. Her father married an English nurse, Pamela from Nottingham.
Boyfriend and affair
Hossain has been in a relationship with her current partner, and former editor of ITV’s London Tonight regional news program, Stuart Thomas since the spring of 2005, and together they have three children.
Career and struggle
In 1996 she was chosen for a traineeship at ITV Border on Look around where she was a news presenter, producer and reporter. In 2000 she was a presenter of for The Medical Channel. In 2001 she became a presenter and reporter for BBC London News on BBC London. In March 2004 she became the main presenter on the program whilst Emily Maitlis took maternity leave.
She was the word pronouncer for Series 1 of Hard Spell, a BBC One spelling competition for children. She reprised this role in the one-off episode of spin-off Star Spell, but when Star Spell became a full series, she had joined ITV and so was replaced by BBC newsreader Mishal Husain, who continued this role through the second series of Hard Spell.
On 15 November 2004, Hossain joined ITN as the main co-presenter for the ITV News at 6:30 on ITV, whilst Mary Nightingale took maternity leave. Following Nightingale's return she was a relief presenter for ITV London (ITV News London) and ITV News (ITV News at 1:30, ITV News at 6:30, ITV News at Ten and ITV News weekend bulletins).
During April 2010, she was also a guest presenter for GMTV, standing in for Lorraine Kelly on GMTV with Lorraine. On 28 June 2010 she replaced Katie Derham as a presenter of London Tonight, initially alongside Donal MacIntyre, however on 1 November 2010 she became the sole presenter. She now presents the ITV News at 1:30 in a shared role with Alastair Stewart. In 2004, Hossain appeared in the film Trauma, which starred Colin Firth.
Hossain reads a fake news story at the end of the Duran Duran song “The Man Who Stole a Leopard” and performs the voice of the satellite navigation on “Blame the Machines”, both from the band’s 2010 album All You Need Is Now.
Husband, Marriage and Divorce
She was married to Sky News editor Craig O'Hara for eight years. She is divorced from her former husband.
Hot, legs, feet and pictures
She has hot pictures all over the internet and her photos are viewed by many people in the internet. She has good looking feet too.
Height, weight and age
Nina Hossain is 152 centimeters tall and it suits her personality at the very best.
She is of mixed Bangladeshi and English descent. She is an English citizen.
Award and Achievement
She is very popular on social media sites. She has achieved the popularity by her nice presentation skills.
Job and future
She has been doing her job excellently and she is known to many people. She certainly has a bright future in her field of work.