Beverley Turner : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Salary

Beverley Turner ( James Cracknell Ex. Wife ) is an English television and radio presenter know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Salary

Beverley Turner : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Salary
  Bio
Name Beverley Turner
Birthdate ( Age) 21 October 1973
Place of Birth Prestwich, United Kingdom
Nationality British
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner James Cracknell
Children Croyde Cracknell, Kiki Cracknell, Trixie Cracknell
Parents Name Not Known
Education English Literature and Language from the University of Manchester
Profession English television presenter
Net Worth $1.5 million
Last Update August 2021

Beverley Turner is an English television and radio presenter.She has been a competitive swimmer, and appeared in FHM's "Sexiest Women" list at position 43 in 2001.

Turner has also studied for a Diploma in Psychotherapy and Hypnotherapy. She is also an honorary associate of the National Secular Society.

Early Life and Family

Beverley Turner was born in Prestwich, Lancashire. She has a first class degree in English Literature and Language from the University of Manchester. She is the sister of Olympic swimmer Adrian Turner and of the executive producer of The Apprentice, Cal Turner.

Beverley Turner Husband 

Beverley Turner married James Cracknell at Clearwell Castle in Gloucestershire in 2002. They have a son, born in September 2003, and two daughters, born in March 2009 and April 2011.

Beverley Turner Net Worth

Beverley Turner is an English television and radio presenter who has an estimated Net Worth of arround  $1.5 million in 2021. 

Professional Career

Beverley worked for BBC Radio 5 Live, presenting their Bump Club series, following a group of pregnant women through their journey to motherhood. Previously, she spent three years as one of only two female presenters for UK ITV's Formula One coverage and also presented coverage of the Tour de France.

She broke with Formula One racing coverage with a "bridge burning exercise" in the form of her book, The Pits: The Real World of Formula 1 in July 2004, which described widespread sexism in the sport.She spent another three seasons presenting coverage of US National Basketball Association games in the UK. In 2002 she began presenting entertainment sections for Granada's This Morning and, in 2003, travel reporting for the Travel Channel.

She was the sole presenter of sixty-four episodes of Taste, a cooking programme for Sky1 which was shown daily for six years across global Sky Channels and became one of the station's most profitable self-made shows.She co-presented Homes Live with Watchdog's Matt Allwright, a daily, live property show on BBC2.

Beverley hosted her own talk show on the radio station LBC from 2015 to 2019, and at the time of her departure was one of two female presenters at the station.She began working on their weekend output in 2015 and has tripled the listening figures in both time slots that she has occupied.

She also attracted more female listeners than is typical for the traditionally male sphere of phone-in radio and increasing those from an ABC1 demographic.She left the station in January 2019 after complaining that the station predominantly employed white men; LBC reported that her contract had expired and was not renewed.She has written for newspapers The Independent, The Daily Telegraph and the Daily Mail.