BBC political reporter Jon Sopel was about to cover the biggest story of his career when disaster struck.
A[ edit ] Christa Ackroyd — main presenter on Look North from until She had previously been a presenter on Yorkshire Television 's Calendar during the s. Kate Adie — chief news correspondent for BBC News during which time she became well known for reporting from war zones around the world — her first major assignment was reporting on the Iranian Embassy siege in London in Robin Aitken — BBC journalist since She retired in after nearly 40 years of continuous service.
Kenneth Allsop — reporter for Tonight in the s. He died in She died in She is married to sports presenter Clare Balding. Now a US correspondent for Sky News. He continued to work as a newsreader until his retirement in Michael Barratt — main anchor bbc breakfast business reporter Nationwide from untilhaving previously worked as a reporter on Midlands Today.
He also presented a number of other television and radio programmes, including Songs of Praise and Gardeners' Question Time.
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He is married to fellow-former Nationwide presenter Dilys Morgan. Brian Barron — long-serving BBC foreign correspondent, reporting from many war-zones and trouble-spots around the world during the s and s.
He then moved to Australia, where he has since continued his journalistic career. He was best known as the main presenter on Tomorrow's World from until Sue Beardsmore — long-serving presenter of the regional news programme for the Midlands: Midlands Todayfrom until He became famous for having read the nine o'clock news on 15 October when Broadcasting House was hit by a German bomb: Belfrage carried on as if nothing had happened.
Martin Bell — prolific world affairs correspondent covering many conflicts in 30 years as a reporter until leaving the BBC in to become a politician Chris Bickerton — Legendary presenter of the BBC World Service programme Focus on Africa for 30 years in the 's and 80's.
She died in Augustfollowing a well-publicised battle with breast cancer.
She left in to become a presenter on Sky Newswhere she continues to work to this day. She is the daughter of Louise Botting.
She is the mother of Anna Botting. Frank Bough — long-serving presenter on Nationwide and the first main anchor on Breakfast Time.
He was also the main anchor on Grandstand during the s and earlys and he later hosted the BBC 's Holiday programme. Chris Brasher — athlete, and reporter for Tonight in the s. He became a BBC national newsreader and financial journalist inremaining in these roles until Sir Alastair Burnet — presenter and reporter on Panorama and General Election coverage during the early s: He rejoined ITN in as a main anchor on News at Tenremaining there until his retirement in Gordon Burns — was the main anchor on North West Tonight from until his retirement in He had previously worked for Ulster Television in his native Belfast and he also worked on Granada Reports and World in Action during his career, he interviewed no fewer than eight British Prime Ministersbut he is best known as the long-serving host of the prestigious ITV quiz The Krypton Factor from to Sue Cameron — presenter of Newsnight during the s.
She has also presented Channel Four News. She later joined ITN. Tom Carver — held various posts as foreign correspondent, before becoming Washington D.
Charles was a world affairs correspondent for the BBC, reporting from many conflict zones, including Iraq, Afghanistan, and Chechnya, as well as natural disasters, and the Beslan school siege. He also appeared on Newsnight and other BBC programmes.
Christopher Chataway — athlete, and reporter on Panorama from Pattie Coldwell — presenter and reporter on Nationwide:BBC Breakfast reporter Steph McGovern responds to pregnancy rumours. BBC Breakfast presenter Steph McGovern turned an awkward story into an inspiring one when she gave a wonderfully humorous reply to misguided messages from her viewers.
Most recently she was early morning presenter on World Business Report.
And prior to that was the New York presenter for the programme. Tanya has also been the presenter of BBC1's Business Breakfast. BBC BREAKFAST reporter Sally Nugent was at Wimbledon this morning ahead of the tennis tournament, which will kick off later today to speak to Judy Murray.
BBC BREAKFAST weather reporter Carol Kirkwood was forced to hit back at host Naga Munchetty following her complaints about the scotswoman’s reports, which viewers were quick to brand “rude”. Aug 06, · Watch video · Ben Thompson, 35, was presenting BBC Breakfast business news this morning with Dan Walker and Naga Munchetty hosting the main show on the infamous red BBC sofa.
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