QUESTION Time host Fiona Bruce is poised to change into one of many BBC’s high ten earners — reportedly raking in about £400,000 a yr.
Her pay has rocketed after her first full yr anchoring the BBC1 debate programme.
The 56-year-old, who additionally presents Antiques Roadshow, earned as much as £259,999 final yr.
However that included solely ten Query Time episodes.
Her rise comes because the Beeb tries to shut its gender pay hole.
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And it makes her one of the corporation’s top earners.
Zoe Ball and Claudia Winkleman — who both earned up to £379,999 last year — and Vanessa Feltz were the only women in the top ten last year.
Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker was the best paid star on £1.75million.
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