Shini Somara {BBC} Bio, Age, Height, Parents, Partner, Kids, Net Worth, Books

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Shini Somara Biography

Shini Somara is a British Media Broadcaster, producer, Engineer, and also an author. She has also worked as a presenter for TechKnow on Al Jazeera America and reporting for various BBC shows including The Health Show.

Shini Somara Age

She was born on 30, July 1979 in London, United Kingdom.

Shini Somara Height

  • 1.8 m

Somara stands at a height of 5 ft 11 inches tall.

Shini Somara Family

Shini is the oldest daughter of three daughters of a Sri Lanka-born mechanical engineer and his wife who both studied at South Bank University, formerly Borough Polytechnic Institute. Her dad runs a mechanical engineering consultancy for building services

Shini Somara Husband – Partner

Shini has not shared any information about her current love life. This information will be updated as soon as it is available.

Shini Somara Net Worth

Shini has an estimated Net Worth of $1 Million and $5 million dollars. Her career as a news journalist is her primary source of income.

Shini Somara Education

Shini attended Henrietta Barnett School, and later graduated from Brunel University London.

Shini Somara BBC News

Shini started her career in 2011, where she presented on the BBC’s The Health Show, covering developments in global health. She later began hosting No Kitchen Required which aired in 2012 on BBC America. The show was all about three professional chefs immersing themselves in alternative cultures with tribes and attempting to cook using unfamiliar tribal methods. She later joined the Al Jazeera America talk show TechKnow a 30-minute show about science and technology. She also worked for BBC productions, including Tomorrow’s Food, Battle of Jutland between 2014 and 2016, and Secrets of Orkney with Neil Oliver and Chris Packham, and for Sky Atlantic. She also started working with PBS Digital Studios on Crash Course Physics.

Shini Somara Books

Shini is also an author best known for her books; an engineering book for younger readers called An Engineer Like Me, the first in a series of four books (including A Scientist Like Me, A Coder Like Me, and A Mathematician Like Me).

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