Brian Hanrahan — long-serving BBC correspondent, reporting regularly both from home and abroad during the s and s, his final role being the BBC 's diplomatic editor: Christopher Chataway — athlete, and reporter on Panorama from He then moved to Australia, where he has since continued his journalistic career.
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He also presented Heart of the Matter alongside Joan Bakewell during the s. He was married to fellow-journalist Linda Alexander, who had been a presenter on Newsnight during the early s.
He later became a presenter on Working Lunch from until To represent its purpose and stated values, the new corporation adopted the coat of armsincluding the motto "Nation shall speak peace unto Nation".
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.
F[ edit ] Bernard Falk — regular reporter and presenter on 24 Hours during the s and Nationwide during the s.
Regulation of the BBC is now the responsibility of Ofcom. He is married to fellow-former Nationwide presenter Dilys Morgan. He also served as the Conservative MP for Eastleigh from until his sudden death in He left to join Scottish Television.
She retired in after nearly 40 years of continuous service. Later a presenter of programmes for people in retirement.
He later became a principal speaker for the Green Party. She has presented many other programmes, including the quizzes Game for a Laugh and Busman's Holidaybut is probably best known for hosting her own show on Radio 2.
Mid found the future of broadcasting under further consideration, this time by the Crawford committee. He presented the BBC's flagship current affairs programme Panorama. He was the first presenter of Focus on Africa which he presented until the day before his death.
In the late s, the BBC began a process of divestment by spinning off and selling parts of its organisation. By latepressure from these quarters and uneasiness among the staff of the licensing authority, the General Post Office GPOwas sufficient to lead to a ban on further Chelmsford broadcasts.
She also worked for BBC London. Krishnan Guru-Murthy — main presenter and reporter on Newsround from to She died in William Davis — economics broadcaster and commentator.
He then joined Channel 4 Newswhich he still presents to this day. He was best known as the main presenter on Tomorrow's World from until Chris Brasher — athlete, and reporter for Tonight in the s. He is now a sports presenter on Sky News. Vincent Hanna — reporter and famously incisive interviewer, originally on Panorama during the s, then on Newsnight from untilin which he covered political news and in particular the General Election coverage, before being succeeded in the latter role by Peter Snow.
John Cole — the BBC's political editor between and 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 untilbefore becoming one of the first presenters on Pebble Mill at Onewhich he hosted until his death in.
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