Cliff Michelmore — s TV producer who went on to present TonightTwenty—Four Hours and other news and current affairs programmes in the s. It could be a special birthday or anniversary or the nominee had done something deserving.
As it is the same happy bunch of people on the magazine above - and they are wearing the same smart clothing - it is probably from the same photo shoot in and shows, left to right, Tony Baynes, Keith Harrison, Julia Shaw, Mark Waddington, Mike Hollingworth, Brian Harvey, Ann Davies and Colin Bunyan.
Stuart Hibberd — radio newsreader from and chief announcer up to — he was particularly famous for being one of the main newsreaders during the Second World War. He also served as the Conservative MP for Eastleigh from until his sudden death in He then worked as a reporter for The World At One from untilbefore moving on to work on 24 Hours and its successor programmes throughout the s and s.
The United Kingdom weather forecast is at 15 minutes and 45 minutes past the hour throughout the programme, either from the BBC Weather Centre in Broadcasting Houseor out on location. Mervyn Dempsey on lead guitar, Cliff on rhythm and vocals with Shay Brogan on bass and vocals.
This website is not responsible for the content of external internet sites. The caption speaks for itself. Frank Bough — long-serving presenter on Nationwide and the first main anchor on Breakfast Time.
On 23 Julythe show went on location again, this time to Glasgow to showcase highlights from the Commonwealth Games. This little painting was brought into reception by a young listener which, eventually, found its way into one of my scrapbooks.
Keith Harrison was going through some old photographs when he came across this. Sue Cameron — presenter of Newsnight during the s. He is now a sports presenter on Sky News.
He was also a regular co-presenter on Multicoloured Swap Shop and Saturday Superstore during this period.
This photograph, which we believe was taken by the Evening Gazette, did not appear in the newspaper - but a similar one did which you can see in the right hand column. Roger Finn — was a presenter and reporter on Newsround during the lates and earlys.
All three were also asked to present one-off programmes they produced, and presented, in the past - "Polished Brass" with Graeme, "All That Jazz" with George and "Country Time" with Stan.
Elizabeth Cowell — one of the first three presenters, from when the BBC Television Service started inand returned after the war in She left in to join the then-fledgling Sky News. She was best-known as a former cricketer and she worked as a sports journalist following her retirement from the sport, becoming Baroness Heyhoe-Flint in Women of the Miners, published inderived from her experiences.
She was murdered in her native Trinidad in Christopher Chataway — athlete, and reporter on Panorama from Midlands Todayfrom until She kept us all going in the mornings and was a wonderful, kind, caring lady. Left due to relocation of Sport to Salford.
The faces behind the voices - "It might not be the most beautiful picture of the year," so the story said, "but you can't take photographs of voices - and it's voices not faces that count. She left for Sky News in William Hardcastle — founder presenter of The World at One in During the simulcast, the sports news is at The atmosphere of the set was intended to encourage a relaxed informality; a set that mimicked a living-room rather than a studio, with red leather sofas, and Bough and Ross wearing jumpers and open-necked shirts.
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