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Tim Sebastian Bio, Wiki, Age, Education, Family, Wife, BBC, Hardtalk and Net Worth

Tim Sebastian Biography

Tim Sebastian is a UK television journalist and novelist. He is the moderator of Conflict Zone and The New Arab Debates, broadcast on Deutsche Welle.

Before serving for the BBC, where he hosted The Doha Debates and was the first presenter of HARDtalk. He also presented Bloomberg TV’s The Outsider, an India-focused debating programme.

Tim Sebastian Age

Sebastian is 69 years old as of 2021, he was born on 13 March 1952 in London, United Kingdom. he celebrates his birthday every year on 13 March and his birth sign is Pisces.

Tim Sebastian Height

Sebastian’s height is around 5 feet 8 inches tall. However, details regarding his actual height and other body measurements are currently not publicly available. We will update this section when the information is available.

Tim Sebastian Education

Sebastian studied at Westminster School(a fee-paying independent school in Central London). He earned a BA degree in Modern Languages from New College, Oxford, and speaks both German and Russian. He graduated with a Diploma in Journalism Studies from Cardiff University in 1974.

Tim Sebastian Family

Tim was born and raised by his mother and father in London, England. Sebastian’s family, parents, and siblings are publicly not known. We will update this section once this information is available.

Tim Sebastia Wife

Sebastian is married to Diane Buscombe. The couple married in 1977. They are parents of three children altogether but there are no details about their children.

Tim Sebastian Net Worth

Sebastian has an estimated net worth of $1.5 Million as of 2022. This includes his assets, money, and income. He accumulates a huge amount of his wealth from her successful career as a journalist and novelist.

Tim Sebastian Hardtalk

Sebastian before served for the BBC, where he hosted The Doha Debates and was the first presenter of HARDtalk. He was awarded the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Richard Dimbleby Award and was named Television Journalist of the Year by the Royal Television Society in the year 1982.

Furthermore, he has twice won the Royal Television Society’s Interviewer of the Year Award for his HARDtalk interviews.

Tim Sebastian BBC

Sebastian began his journalism career at Reuters in the year 1974, moving to the BBC as a foreign correspondent in Warsaw in the year 1979.

He became BBC’s Europe correspondent in the year 1982, for Moscow in 1984 (until his expulsion from the USSR in 1985 and then for Washington from 1986 to 1989. Sebastian has served for The Mail on Sunday and has contributed to The Sunday Times.

Tim Sebastian Interviews

Memorable Hard Talk interviews alongside world leaders included US Presidents Bill Clinton Donald Trumpand Jimmy Carter, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Singapore’s first Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew and the last leader of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev.

He now hosts Conflict Zone, a one-on-one interview show on Deutsche Welle’s international English-language channel. In March 2016, he interviewed the leader of the German party AfD, Frauke Petry.

Tim Sebastian Books

  • Spy Shadow 1989
  • The Spy in Question 1988
  • Fatal Ally 2019
  • The memory church 1992
  • Special Relations 1994
  • My India 2010
  • Ultra *WHS 2002
  • Ultra 1997
  • Nice promises 1985
  • Last Rights 1993
  • Special Relations 10 Copy Pack 1994
  • Saviour’s Gate 1991
  • I spy in Russia in 1986
  • War Dance 1995

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