Oxfordshire-based presenters Fiona Bruce and Ken Bruce have appeared in an annual list of the BBC’s highest-paid stars.

The namesakes both featured in the top 10 of the list, which is published each year as part of the BBC’s annual report.

Question Time presenter Fiona Bruce, who has a second home in Sydenham, finished sixth – despite her salary having dropped over the last year.

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She made £395,000 lin 2022/23 – down from £410,000 the year before.

Ken Bruce, who stepped down in March from his mid-morning show on BBC Radio 2 after 31 years, earned £390,000 last year.

The 72-year-old, who lives in Thame, earned £385,000 in 2021/22.

Gary Lineker, who presents Match of the Day and the BBC's World Cup coverage, remained top of the list for the sixth year running, earning £1.35m.

Radio 2 breakfast host Zoe Ball finished in second place, having earned £980,000 last year.