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He is the author of "Live From Downing Street " published in October 2012.
Nick has a won a string of awards including Royal Television Society "Specialist Journalist of the Year", House Magazine "Commentator of the Year', Political Studies Association "Political Journalist of the Year" and Editorial Intelligence's "Blogger of the Year".
He started out in broadcasting at Piccadilly Radio. He worked his way up as a producer working on a variety of shows including Newsround and Crimewatch. He then became an assistant producer for On the Record, and in 1993 was promoted to Deputy Editor of Panorama.
Nick is a rare example of someone who switched from working behind the microphones and cameras to working in front of them.
He presented Weekend Breakfast and Late Night Live on Radio 5 Live and later became Chief Political Correspondent on BBC News Channel. Nick left the BBC in 2002 and joined ITV News as their Political Editor. In 2005 he returned to the BBC as Political Editor. He is the only person to have ever done the job for both ITV and the BBC.
He has also appeared as guest on other television programmes, including Children in Need, Have I got News for You, and Top Gear.
Born in Macclesfield, Cheshire in 1963, Nick attended Cheadle Hulme School, then University College, Oxford where he studied politics, philosophy and economics.
He currently lives in North London with his wife, three children and dog. He is a lifelong Manchester United fan who also enjoys sailing and theatre.
Praise for Nick's work :
Andrew Marr describes Nick's book - "Live from Downing Street - the Inside story of power, politics and the media" as "sharp-witted, full of surprises and with a great sense of history, Nick Robinson pulls back the curtain on an essential part of the democratic story. For everyone who wants to know more about the long, and sometimes hilarious, mud-wrestle between power and the media - and about the man behind the glasses - this is a must."
The Guardian, described "Decision Time" which invites policy makers to examine how ideas make their ways through the corridors of power in Whitehall and Westminster, as a "gripping 45-minute conversation'.
"The Street that Cut Everything" - a programme in which residents of a street in Preston, Lancashire had all their council services withdrawn for six weeks as an experiment - was described by the FT as "one of the most important political programmes of recent times"
The Times said that "Your Money and How to Spend It" "achieves something remarkable... (it)" tackles a subject that is vitally important but potentially tedious beyond belief - public finances - and talks about it in a way that is clear, insightful and entertaining. It's precisely the sort of lucid, informative programming that you would associate with Andrew Marr."
"The Prime Ministers" - a series of short radio profiles of some of the most significant occupants of Number 10 - is available on CD and as a download.
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Nick has been the BBC's Political Editor since 2005.
He appears regularly on the BBC News at 10 and Radio 4's Today programme.
He writes an award-winning blog, presents a range of BBC TV and radio documentaries and discussion programmes including BBC1's "The Street that Cut Everything; BBC2's Newsnight and Your Money and How to Spend It; Radio 4's Today, Any Questions, Decision Time and The Prime Ministers.