The names of Joanna Gosling’s parents are unknown. There’s also no information about them on the internet.
Joanna is the oldest of three siblings. She was raised in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, where she was educated at Aylesbury High School.
Gosling began her broadcasting career as a trainee reporter, completing a series of work placements at Birmingham’s BBC WM, Fox FM in Oxfordshire and BBC Radio Scotland in Edinburgh, before securing her full-time position with Independent Radio News where she read the news for Chris Moyles on Capital Radio.
On January 2024, Gosling made her final appearance on the BBC News channel, having decided to leave the broadcaster after 23 years, and ahead of the planned merger of BBC News and BBC World News.
Gosling is briefly seen in the 2005 television film Supervolcano presenting a fictional breaking news item about an eruption of the volcanic caldera of Yellowstone National Park