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Originally hailing from France and DRC, Emeline Nsingi Nkosi grew up in the UK and landed in West Africa in 2016.


A freelance presenter and actor, she is recognised for her reporting on the BBC World Service, presenting The BBC Travel Show and travel anchoring for TravelXP.


Alongside her presenting, she is a working actor with numerous credits under her belt in French and English. 

Emeline has a background in Fashion Textiles, named Hilary Alexander’s “Secret Seven to Watch” and nominated for the Ethical Award at Graduate Fashion Week in 2012.

She worked as a graphic designer before taking up a broadcaster and producing position at GHOne TV in Ghana in 2016. During her time she founded and presented two seasons of one of Ghana’s most loved TV shows ‘The Core’.

Whilst in Ghana, she played a supporting lead role in 'Before the Vows', for which she was nominated for the best supporting female actress at the Ghana Movie Awards, and a lead role in the indie 'The Curfew' which is now available on Amazon, Brussels Airline, Emirates, United Airlines, and Kenyan Airways.


In 2019, freelance producing and presenting for BBC Sports Afrique took her to Senegal, where she stayed for three years. She also presented a show for CNBC 'The Roads to Carbon Neutral' as well as continued her acting training with Identity School of Acting. 


During her time in Senegal, Emeline acted in two series in French; a series regular for a Canal+ 20-episode series, 'Rebelles' and a recurring role on the second season of 'Wara; which aired in Nov 2023 on TV5 Monde. 

Emeline has contributed to online publications, notably Wallpaper*,BBC , and LuxAfrique since early 2016. Covering Art exhibitions, Luxury Travel and Fashion in London and internationally. 

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