Jayson Mansaray, 1987
|Born||17 August 1987 (age 33)|
|🎓 Alma mater||Southern Cross University|
|Height||5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)|
Jayson Mansaray (born 17 August 1987) is an Australian-born British broadcast journalist was an intern on the Russia Today (RT) TV travel show, Russia's Golden Ring: A Tour In Time, Dotun Adebayo's programme on BBC London 94.9, and currently presents the lunch programme on 91.8 Hayes FM Mondays to Thursdays from 11:00am to 14:00pm.
Mansaray was brought up in Sassafras, subsequently living in Rhodes, Greece and Gokava, Turkey, before settling in Daylesford. Early work and career included working as a tour guide at Uluru, a croupier, a waiter, a life model, and an account executive in public relations.
Mansaray attended Southern Cross University as an undergraduate and graduated from London College of Communication with a post-graduate diploma in broadcast journalism in 2010.
Mansaray's media work was for the lifestyle publication Have a Go news in Perth, Western Australia, and subsequently its sister television programme HAG TV. After moving to London in 2007, he worked in public relations for two years at tta group (a Chime Communications group company) before applying for postgraduate studies. After receiving a Bloomberg bursary, Mansaray secured work experience at BBC London 94.9, ITV London Tonight and RT, eventually having freelance shifts with Sky News.
While on his one-month placement with RT International, Mansaray reported on racism in Moscow for Dotun Adebayo.
He lives in Camden. He is a friend of the fashion consultant Lela London.
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