Lisa Shaw : Family, Net Worth , Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Biography
Lisa Shaw was a presenter for BBC Radio Newcastle know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth , Parents, Husband, Children, Education and Biography
|Birthdate ( Age)||1976|
|Place of Birth||County Durham, United Kingdom|
|Profession||British radio presenter and journalist|
|Net Worth||$1 million - $5 million|
|Last Update||August 2021|
Lisa Shaw was a presenter for BBC Radio Newcastle.She grew up in County Durham and studied at Bournemouth University.
The 44-year-old joined the airwaves back in 1997 at Metro Radio, before gaining a breakfast gig on Real Radio and Heart.The Sony Gold Award winning journalist enjoyed an illustrious career living
Lisa Shaw Husband
Lisa was married to Gareth Eve, who also
Lisa Shaw Net Worth
Lisa Shaw was a presenter for BBC Radio Newcastle who has an estimated Net Worth of $1 million - $5 million in 2021
Career and Programms
Born and raised in County Durham,Shaw began her radio career at Newcastle's Metro Radio, which she joined as a journalist before going on to present for the station. In 2004 she moved to Century Radio (later Real Radio then Heart North East), where she twice co-presented Gary and Lisa at Breakfast alongside Gary Philipson, first in 2004 and again between 2010 and 2014.
Shaw joined BBC Radio Newcastle in 2016, becoming part of the station's daytime presenting team. From 2020 she presented a weekday show for the station as part of a simplified schedule that was introduced by BBC radio during the COVID-19 pandemic, and aired between 10am and 2pm.
In addition to her work on radio, Shaw was a compere and voiceover artist, and wrote for The Newcastle Sun. In 2012 she was the recipient of a Sony Gold award for Best Breakfast Show in Britain for the show she presented with Philipson on what was then Real Radio.
Illness and death ( Lisa Shaw died of Covid vaccine complications )
Shaw presented her last programme for BBC Radio Newcastle on 7 May 2021, shortly before her death. Following a short illness she died at Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary on 21 May, aged 44.
She had been treated in intensive care for blood clots and cerebral bleeding.Her death was announced by BBC Radio Newcastle two days later.On 27 May it was reported she had been treated for blood clots within days of receiving her first dose of the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine, and that a coroner would determine whether her death may have been a complication of the vaccine. Shaw was not known to have any underlying health problems.
Sky News reported that senior Newcastle coroner Karen Dilks had issued an interim fact-of-death certificate citing a "complication of AstraZeneca COVID-19 virus vaccination" as a consideration.BBC News reported in August 2021 that the coroner had concluded in her final judgment that it was "clearly established" Shaw's death was caused by an extremely rare "vaccine-induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia", a condition which leads to a brain haemorrhage.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) published medical recommendations for the condition in July 2021 matching the treatment Shaw was given.Shaw's funeral was held on 10 June at Durham Cathedral. Following the service her family announced plans to establish a charity to provide holidays and activities for bereaved children who have lost a parent. The charity, Lisa Shaw's Little'uns, is named after a feature on her BBC radio show.