Meet the team at ITV News Anglia

David Whiteley and Becky Jago are the main presenting team on ITV News Anglia

Some of these images were taken before social distancing measures were introduced

You can watch ITV News Anglia each weekday at 6pm on ITV in the East of England. Each programme is available online here for 24 hours after transmission.

You can follow ITV News Anglia on all the major social media platforms


Becky has been part of the ITV Anglia family since 1999; first as a weather presenter, then a reporter, and since 2009 as presenter of the programme.

Becky Jago presents the main ITV News Anglia programme. Credit: Dave Kingdom / ITV News Anglia

Becky did have a few years break from ITV Anglia presenting BBC Newsround, and teaming up with Chris Tarrant then Johnny Vaughan on Capital FM's Breakfast Show.

Becky has also presented GMTV's Entertainment Today, and was 'The Wright Stuff's' first 'booth girl'!

Becky has three boys, which takes up most of her free time. Needless to say, in a house of four boys (husband included) all her pets are female!

Follow Becky on Twitter @beckyjagotv


David joined ITV News Anglia in June 2021 to present alongside Becky Jago.

David has been presenting television and radio since 1995, starting out in commercial radio at 18 years old in Southend-on-Sea. He and Becky actually worked for the same radio group in the 90s!

David Whiteley has been a television presenter for many years and joined ITV Anglia in June 2021 Credit: Dave Kingdom / ITV News Anglia

In 1998 David joined the BBC and worked in radio, before making the move into television as a presenter and filmmaker. David spent 23 years at the BBC, fronting the regional current affairs programme and the evening news.  David also spent his weekends on the radio too.

As a lifelong Star Wars fan, and born on May the Fourth, his dream came true when he was to produce and present a 90-minute documentary about the making of the film. It was awarded Programme of the Year by the Royal Television Society. David also turned 'The Galaxy Britain Built' into a book. 

As a journalist and presenter, David has spent his life hosting programmes and conducted thousands of interviews. In 2002 he was named Newcomer of the Year and in 2017, Best On Screen Personality - The Royal Television Society. 

Follow David on Twitter: @DavidWhiteleyTV


Aisling Creevey and Chris Page are ITV Anglia's weather presenters and are both trained meteorologists who have worked at the Met Office.

The latest weather forecast for the ITV Anglia region

Aisling Creevey and Chris Page are ITV News Anglia's on-screen meteorologists.

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Aisling is from Ireland and grew up in Leixlip.

She started her career as a weather forecaster in 2009 with MeteoGroup UK, and joined the Met Office three years later to become a low flying aviation specialist. She then moved on to become a media specialist at the BBC.

Aisling was a G.I.S (Geographic Information Systems) technician working on a pilot project to help improve flood defences along the east coast of Ireland.

She has a Masters in Meteorology, a degree in Maths and Economics and is a fellow of the Royal Meteorological Society.

Aisling has twin boys.

Follow Aisling on Twitter: @WeatherAisling


Chris is local to the Anglia region being born and bred in Norwich, Norfolk.

In 2013, after completing a degree in Physical Geography at the University of Reading and travelling around the world for six months he joined the Met Office.

During his meteorologist training he was posted to RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire and with the Army Air Corps in Wattisham, Suffolk. During his time at the Met Office he was lucky enough to do some overseas forecasting in the tropics on Ascension Island for the military.

He presented the weather for the Met Office and Channel 5 before coming to ITV Anglia

Follow Chris on Twitter: @ChrisPage90


Sascha Williams has been ITV Anglia's early presenter since the start of 2015 but she was already a familiar face in the region. She previously spent six years here as a presenter and reporter.

Sascha Williams is ITV News Anglia's early morning presenter reading bulletins on Good Morning Britain. Credit: ITV News

Sascha has worked for ITV News, GMTV, Daybreak, Good Morning Britain and NBC News. She's interviewed Prime Ministers and pop stars and has reported live from the 2012 Olympics, the Royal Wedding and the Brit Awards. Most recently she's been presenting ITV News national bulletins in London.

In her spare time Sascha tries to keep fit and has run three marathons (but she manages to undo most of the good work by indulging her love of chocolate).


Emily Knight is one of ITV News Anglia's Early Presenters. You can see her on screen on Thursday and Friday each week.

Emily Knight presents ITV News Anglia bulletins during the Good Morning Britain programme on Thursdays and Fridays Credit: ITV News Anglia

Emily grew up in East Suffolk and West Norfolk and studied at Loughborough University. She then went on to complete a Post Graduate Diploma in Broadcast Journalism in Birmingham. Emily has worked in radio and television news for more than twenty years. She started off her career in commercial radio in Peterborough, before moving to ITV's Central News East in Nottingham where she worked as a reporter and presenter across the East Midlands.

She then moved back to the Anglia region, starting work here at ITV Anglia in 2013.

Follow Emily on Twitter @EmilyKitv


Jonathan Wills, who sat alongside Becky Jago presenting ITV News Anglia from 2008 until 2021, is now reading the news on ITV Channel in Jersey.

Jonathan Wills presents the main ITV News Anglia programme on ITV. Credit: Dave Kingdom / ITV News Anglia

Follow Jonathan on Twitter: @JWillsITV