BBC star salaries 2017-18: Who won what?

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The BBC has published the most recent list of its highest paid stars later as part of its annual report.

Some stars have had wage increases, while others have fallen off the list – although in many cases, as with Claudia Winkleman, this is a result of some of the programs that are produced by the Studios of the BBC, which is now considered a commercial entity and therefore no longer counted.Men dominate the BBC star salaries list

Here is the complete list of those earning more than £150,000 in 2017-18:

Gary Lineker – £1,750,000-£1,759,999

Match of the Day, Sports Personality of the Year

2016-17: £1,750,000-£1,799,999

Chris Evans – £1,660,000-£1,669,999

Radio 2 breakfast show. His fall this year is reduced to not more the presentation of Top Gear.

2016-17 payment: £2,200,000-£2,249,999

Graham Norton – £ 600,000-£609,999

The BBC Radio 2 Saturday show BBC TV and rate for a wide range of programs

2016-17: £850,000-£899,999.

Steve Wright – £550,000-£559,999

Radio 2 afternoon show

2016-17: £500,000-£549,999

Huw Edwards – £520,000-£529,999

BBC news and elections news and special offers. The BBC has previously reported, has taken a pay cut.

2016-17: £550,000-£599,999

Jeremy Vine – £440,000-£449,999

Radio 2 And Eggheads. Points of View is made by the BBC Studios. The BBC has previously said it has also taken a pay cut.

2016-17: £ 700,000-£749,999

Nicky Campbell – £410,000-£419,999

5 live Breakfast and Your Call. The BBC has already said that he has taken a pay cut.

2016-17: £400,000-£449,999

Alan Shearer – £410,000-£419,999

Match of the Day

2016-17: £400,000-£449,999

Nick Grimshaw – £400,000-£409,999

Radio 1 Breakfast Show, a Great Weekend, and Teens Awards

2016-17: £350,000-£399,999

John Humphrys – £400,000-£409,999

Radio 4 Today’s programme. Mastermind is made by the BBC Studios, responsible for some of Humphrys’ drop. The BBC has previously said it has also taken a pay cut.

2016-17: £ 600,000-£649,999

Andrew Marr – £400,000-£409,999

The Andrew Marr Show, the Start of the Week, documentaries

2016-17: £400,000-£449,999

Stephen Nolan – £400,000-£409,999

5 live, Radio Ulster and Nolan show Live

2016-17: £400,000-£449,999

Claudia Winkleman – £370,000-£379,999

BBC Radio 2 and BBC TELEVISION fare to a wide range of programs. Strictly come Dancing is made by the BBC Studios.

2016-17: £450,000-£499,999.

Simon Mayo – £340,000-£349,999

Radio 2 and 5 live

2016-17: £350,000-£399,999

Vanessa Feltz – £330,000-£339,999

Radio 2 And Radio London

2016-17: £350,000-£399,999

Eddie Mair – £330,000-£339,999

Radio 4 pm programme

2016-17: £300,000 – £349,999

Ken Bruce – £300,000 – £309,999

Radio 2 morning show

2016-17: £250,000-£299,999

George Alagiah – £290,000-£299,999

BBC news

2016-17: £250,000-£299,999

Scott Mills – £280,000-£289,999

Radio 1 show of the evening

2016-17: £250,000-£299,999

Jason Mohammad – £260,000-£269,999

Final score, 5 live, Radio 2’s Good Morning Sunday, Radio Wales, snooker

2016-17: £250,000-£299,999

Nick Robinson – £250,000-£259,999

Today programme and Political Thought. The BBC has previously reported, has taken a pay cut.

2016-17: £250,000-£299,999

Evan Davis – £250,000-£259,000

Newsnight and Radio 4’s The Bottom Line. Dragons’ Den is made by the BBC Studios.

2016-17: £250,000-£299,999The rest of the list

£230,000-£239,999
Nick Knowles
Lauren Laverne
Gabby Logan
Jon Sopel

£ 220,000-£229,999
Mark Chapman
Mishal Husain
Laura Kuenssberg
Emily Maitlis
Dan Walker

£210,000-£219,999Victoria Derbyshire

£ 200,000-£209,999
Jeremy Bowen
Martha Kearney
Amol Rajan
Sophie Raworth

£190,000-£199,999
Sue Barker
Mary Berry
John McEnroe
Mark Radcliffe

£180,000-£189,999
Jonathan Agnew
Clara Calvo
Fiona Bruce

£ 170,000 – £ 179,999
Katya Adler
Mark Easton
Greg James
Shaun Keaveny
James Naughtie
Jo Whiley
Ian Wright

£160,000-£169,999
Kamal Ahmed
Sarah Montague
John Simpson
Moira Stuart
Justin Webb

£150,000-£159,999
Ben Brown
Rachel Burden
Tina Daheley
Jane Garvey
Simon Jack
Fergal Keane
Trevor Nelson
John Pienaar
Sarah Smith

Some of the stars, since it is not list:

Zoe Ball (Strictly: it Takes Two) 2016-17: £250,000-£299,999 Takes Two is made by the BBC Studios

Matt Baker (The One Show) 2016-17: £450,000-£499,999. The Show is performed by the BBC Studios

Alex Jones (The Show) 2016-17: £400,000-£449,999. The Show is performed by the BBC Studios

Tess Daly (Strictly Come Dancing) 2016-17: £350,000-£399,999. Strictly come Dancing is made by the BBC Studios

Derek Thompson (Casualty) 2016-17: £350,000-£399,999. Casualty is made by the BBC Studios

Amanda Mealing (Victims) 2016-17: £250,000-£299,999. Casualty is made by the BBC Studios

Professor Brian Cox (Science documentaries and Radio 4’s Infinite Monkey Cage) 2016-17: £250,000-£299,999

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