Sabine Dahinden-Carrel, 2014
14 August 1968
Altdorf, Uri, Switzerland
Radio host, television personality, entertainer, actor
|👩 Spouse(s)||Thiery Carrel (m. 2010)|
Sabine Dahinden (born August 14 1968) in Altdorf) is a Swiss Television presenter.
Sabine Dahinden has been with Schweizer Fernsehen since 1995, where she is currently presenter and editor of the programme Schweiz aktuell.
In 1988 she completed her Matura Typus B at the Kollegium Karl Borromäus (Kantonsschule Uri) in Altdorf. Subsequently, she studied at the University of Bern Germanistik, she completed her studies (German literary and cultural history, French, history) in 1994 with a secondary school teacher's diploma (Master of Education). From 1994 to 1995 she worked as an editor/reporter for Radio Sunshine in the canton of Zug. In 1995 Sabine Dahinden began her work at Swiss Television as moderator and editor of the programme TAF (Tagesfernsehen). In 1998 she joined the editorial staff of Schweiz aktuell as a trainee director, where she also became reporterin/editor in June 2000. Since March 2001 she has also moderated the programme. In 2008 she had a short exchange with ORF and appeared several times on "Wien heute".
In addition to countless daily live broadcasts throughout Switzerland and reportages, she has moderated several live Swiss television programmes lasting several hours. Since 2011 she has also had her own SRF summer series with cheerful themes and exciting encounters in Switzerland. On 8 May 2016 Sabine Dahinden won the Prix Walo in the category of audience favourite. She regularly hosts special events on behalf of foundations, writes columns and speeches and appears at readings.
Sabine Dahinden is married since September 2010 to the heart surgeon and University professor Thierry Carrel. Felix Schenker, editor-in-chief of the Swiss culture channel arttv.ch and the Swiss pop singers Leonard are their cousins.
- Sabine Dahinden on Swiss Television
- Publications by and about Sabine Dahinden in the catalogue Helveticat of the Swiss National Library]
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