Alina Jenkins is a British BBC weather presenter and also a radio presenter on BBC Radio Solent. She is known for being the weather presenter on BBC South Today and Points West she also presented the forecast on BBC Look North.
Alina Jenkins Age
Jenkins was born in 1974 in Eastleigh, Hampshire.
Alina Jenkins Height
Jenkins is a woman of average stature and shape she however has not revealed any details concerning her height. We will update this information once its available.
Alina Jenkins Family
Jenkins has not revealed any details concerning her family. It is unknown if she has parents or siblings. We will update this information once its available.
Alina Jenkins Husband
Jenkins is married to David Jenkins little is known concerning her love life. We will update this information once its available.
Alina Jenkins Salary
Jenkins has not revealed any details concerning her salary. We will update this information once its available.
Alina Jenkins Net worth
Jenkins has an estimated net worth ranging between $ 100, 000- $ 1 million dollars.
Alina Jenkins Education
Jenkins studied at Fair Oak School and later attended Laine Theatre Arts School in Epsom.
Alina Jenkins BBC Weather
Jenkins is a familiar face on our television screens; she was the weather presenter for South Today for four years, reporting on anything from heat waves to hurricanes. Jenkins gave her final BBC South weather forecast on July 21, 2006. She has since returned to Radio Solent, where she is currentlyTemplate: When hosting the Breakfast in Dorset show on weekdays from 6.30 am to 9.00 am and the station’s breakfast show on Saturdays from 6.00 am to 8.00 am.
She also did a live weather report on a traveling roller coaster, which is thought to be a television first! Her first job after college was as a dancer on the MV Marco Polo, a cruise ship that took her all over the world. She starred in Preston Front, Crime Traveller, Red Dwarf, and a host of advertisements as an actress.HBA Jenkins sent her tape off to BBC Radio Solent after volunteering for Southampton’s Hospital Radio and was shortlisted as a BBC Talent finalist, which led to a job covering travel news and finally the weather on BBC South Today.