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However, following the explosion of a parachute mine nearby on 8 Decemberit relocated to premises away from the likely target of Broadcasting House. Krishnan Guru-Murthy — main presenter and reporter on Newsround from to Chris Lowe — joined the BBC as a graduate journalism trainee in Jill Dando — originally a presenter on Spotlight before becoming a presenter of various national BBC News programmes, as well as others including Holiday and Crimewatch until her murder in Cathy MacDonald — main presenter on Reporting Scotland during the late s.
He joined the BBC in and originally worked as a home news reporter, before becoming their Assistant Political Correspondent during the s and the Deputy Political Editor in He was also an actor and director.
Stuart Hall — presented regional news programmes for the BBC in North West England in the s and s, while becoming known nationally for presenting It's a Knockout. She died in She had been with the channel since its launch, originally as a business presenter.
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He then moved to Australia, where he has since continued his journalistic career. The Director General , Sir John Reith said in the opening programme: "Don't expect too much in the early days; for some time we shall transmit comparatively simple programmes, to give the best chance of intelligible reception and provide evidence as to the type of material most suitable for the service in each zone. Lucy Mathen — the first dedicated reporter on Newsround , from to , and the BBC's first-ever female British Asian to front a major national television programme. She left to become the face of Five News in October Lynn Faulds Wood — presenter on Breakfast Time from to , but she is best known as the main co-presenter with her husband, John Stapleton , of Watchdog , from until He was also a reporter on Watchdog during later decades. Early career[ edit ] One of Rowlatt's first jobs in television was as an assistant producer on current affairs documentary Panorama, where, among many other stories, he worked on a programme which showed how Mercedes , Volkswagen and Volvo car dealers were fixing prices in Britain. He died in , following a short illness.
At its launch, the Service was located along with most radio output in Broadcasting House. 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.
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Sir Alastair Burnet — presenter and reporter on Panorama and General Election coverage during the early s: he also presented coverage of Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips ' wedding in Sue Cook — regular presenter on various current affairs programmes, including Nationwide and Breakfast Time , during the s and s. Ludovic Kennedy — television journalist and documentary maker. Liz MacKean — former Newsnight correspondent who presented the earliest reports about the widespread abuse perpetrated by former TV star Jimmy Savile Donny MacLeod — presenter on Nationwide from until , before becoming one of the first presenters on Pebble Mill at One , which he hosted until his death in 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 has also previously been a main presenter on South Today. He was part of the original reporting team for BBC One 's popular prime time factual programme, The One Show , "reporting on current affairs with flair". However, following the explosion of a parachute mine nearby on 8 December , it relocated to premises away from the likely target of Broadcasting House. Kenneth Allsop — reporter for Tonight in the s.
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