Chloe Tilley is a two-time Sony award-winning presenter, with over 15 years of experience presenting live news programmes for BBC Television and Radio. Chloe has a track-record of delivering dynamic and innovative shows across the BBC News Channel, BBC World News, Radio 5 Live and the World Service.
From 2016 Chloe regularly hosted the BAFTA award-winning Victoria Derbyshire programme on BBC 2 and the BBC News Channel. At the same time she has been a regular presenter at 5 Live on Drive and the Emma Barnett Show. Since its creation in 2015, Chloe has also hosted OS, a news and discussion programme on the BBC World Service.
It’s not just studio based programmes where Chloe is at ease, she has anchored BBC news programmes from Donald Trump’s inauguration in Washington, to the last four General Elections and two Royal weddings. In 2018 she was part of the presenting team that won a Sony Gold for the live coverage of the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
For the last two General Elections Chloe toured the four home nations hosting audience debates with voters. She has also moderated numerous debates in the BBC’s Radio Theatre for the BBC News Channel on topics ranging across the future of China, ten years on from the Iraq war and whether faith and feminism are compatible.
For 7 years from 2010 Chloe anchored her own TV and radio programme, World Have Your Say, for BBC World News and the BBC World Service – a news debate programme that gave a voice to ordinary people around the globe. This included a special edition with Bill Gates from a school in East London, linking with pupils in Beijing, Nairobi and beyond, to ask him questions.
Chloe has travelled extensively presenting live news programmes, from the UN General Assembly in New York, to a community garden in the Bronx, a bar in Louisville, Kentucky and a migrant camp on the Austrian /Slovenian border.
Starting in 2013 Chloe was part of the inaugural BBC 100 Women series, presenting TV and radio programmes with influential women from around the world, with debates that ran across multimedia platforms.
Below Chloe hosts a BBC News Debate on the Future of China
Chloe combines the authority and agility of an experienced live news presenter – adept at working off script in a breaking news environment, holding decision makers to account, while providing a warm and welcoming presence that puts guests at their ease and engages the viewers at home.
“Chloe did great today… really hard gig but beautifully handled – tough and fair – great way to round off the coverage across the week – I especially enjoyed the material from the Inauguration finding families, firemen etc giving a proper explanation of why Trump matters to them.”
Steve Titherington, Senior Commissioning Editor at BBC World Service