In Cambridge, England, United Kingdom, Westcott is the Science and Technology correspondent for BBC. In January 2018, Richard was appointed to the position.
Richard Westcott Age
Richard Westcott has not disclosed his date of birth and it is therefore not known about his exact age.
Richard Westcott Height
He is slightly tall but he has not brought to light his exact height measurements.
Richard Westcott Nationality
Westcott’s nationality is Britain.
Richard Westcott Education
He went to St Olaves Grammar School but there is no detail about the College/University he joined.
Richard Westcott Parents
He was born in Biggin Hill, Kent but he never shared any information publicly about his parents. Westcott has not revealed whether he has siblings or not.
Richard Westcott Wife
Westcott married his fellow journalist and the couple is blessed with two children but there isn’t much information about them.
Richard Westcott Salary
He has an annual salary of $ 87,000.
Richard Westcott Net Worth
His net worth is currently under review and it will be updated as soon as the information is available.
Richard Westcott BBC
He was formerly the transport correspondent, leading the BBC’s coverage of a number of aviation accidents including the Virgin Galactic crash, the Heathrow expansion, flight MH370, the accident at Shoreham air show, the disappearance of Malaysian airliner and the VW emissions scandal the rail franchise fiascos.
For more than two decades, he has been a BBC journalist, correspondent, business presenter working all across national and international BBC news and as a TV and radio producer. He is making films about everything from the latest breakthroughs in catching cancer early to the search for aliens on far off planets in his role as the Science and Technology correspondent.
He won a Royal Television Society award where he interviewed the patient during the operation on awake brain surgery report. He has also managed to meet the Queen, fly a fighter jet (literally fly it), ride a superbike around the TT circuit, cover the Gulf War and interview various Prime Ministers over his career.