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Cashing in Stephen Nolan's £15K pay hike makes him joint fifth highest paid BBC presenter

That means the man behind his self-styled "biggest show in the country" took home between £405,000 and £409,999 in the year 2020/21.

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Stephen Nolan responded, "how does that make this better?", when Jim Wilson said he was nearly set on fire himself

Stephen Nolan responded, "how does that make this better?", when Jim Wilson said he was nearly set on fire himself

Stephen Nolan responded, "how does that make this better?", when Jim Wilson said he was nearly set on fire himself

BBC broadcaster Stephen Nolan has seen his pay increase by £15,000.

That means the man behind his self-styled ‘biggest show in the country’ took home between £405,000 and £409,999 in the year 2020/21.

In the previous year, 2019/20 he earned between £390,000 and £394,999.

The star, who presents BBC Radio Ulster’s Nolan Show, Nolan Live on BBC One NI and The Nolan Show on BBC Radio 5 Live is on the joint fifth highest presenters' salary in the organisation, sharing the position with BBC Question Time presenter Fiona Bruce.

Nolan’s salary was revealed in the recent annual BBC report.

Meanwhile, Gary Lineker is the BBC’s highest paid presenter on £1.6m, even though his pay dropped from £1.75m in the years 2019/20, while Zoe Ball, who presents the Zoe Ball Breakfast Show, is the organisation’s highest paid woman on £1.13m.

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