Michael Buchanan is a media personality working for BBC News as social affairs correspondent. Prior to that, Buchanan was a reporter on the Today Programme.
Michael Buchanan Age
Buchanan was born in the Isle of Barra, a small island at the south of the Outer Hebrides in 1943. He is around 79 years old.
Michael Buchanan Height
He is slightly tall and stands at a standard stature. However, his exact height measurement is under review and will be updated soon.
Michael Buchanan Nationality
Michael Buchanan holds Scottish nationality.
Michael Buchanan Education
He graduated from Glasgow University and he was later commissioned by Radio Nan Gaidheal, the BBC’s Gaidhlig language service as a trainee reporter.
Michael Buchanan Parents
Michael was born in the Isle of Barra, a small island at the south of the Outer Hebrides, popularly known as the setting for the Whisky Galore and classic Ealing comedy. However, Buchanan has managed to keep details regarding his parents private away from public eyes.
Michael Buchanan Wife
Despite being a popular journalist, He has managed to keep his private away from private eyes. It’s not known whether he is married, engaged, or single.
Michael Buchanan Salary
He receives an average salary of $ 74,875 per year.
Michael Buchanan Net Worth
Buchanan has an estimated net worth of $500,000-$1 million.
Michael Buchanan BBC
Michael Buchanan currently works as BBC Social Affairs correspondent, where he covers everything from child protection to planes on beaches and mental health. Buchanan from an early age wanted to be a journalist and after graduating from Glascow University, he was commissioned by Radio Nan Gaidheal, the BBC’s Gaidhlig language service, as a trainee reporter.
Buchanan later joined Eorpa, a weekly TV current affairs Programme focusing mostly on European issues where he traveled across the continent during his three years. His best memorable visit was the Chernobyl nuclear power plant for a documentary on the 10th anniversary of the disaster, which won a BAFTA.
He later transferred from Today Programme following a year working as a reporter and joined Washington, DC. He has been interested in all things American, and he spent two years and six months serving there, and he covered stories like the Columbia shuttle crash, the showbiz extravaganza that was the 2004 Presidential election, the Iraq war, and the Michael Jackson trial.
He has also covered some big stories like the conflict in Lebanon, the Ipswich killings, and Hurricane Katrina since returning to London.