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Four of BBC Northern Ireland's best-known news presenters are to step down from their roles early in 2020. At first a ten-minute bulletin called News from the South West was read by Tom Salmon, but in under a year it had doubled in length and had been renamed as South West at Six, hosted by Sheila Tracy. Concern at 'unprecedented' English infection level, How bad information went viral in 2020. UPDATE: This has remained the most visited page on this blog.It became woefully out of date (first published in 2012 and rarely updated). Saudi jails woman activist despite global outcry, Your post-Christmas guide to staying positive this winter, 'She is very beautiful and intelligent but she is Indian', .css-q4by3k-IconContainer{display:none;height:1em;width:1em;vertical-align:-0.125em;margin-right:0.25em;}playHow bad information went viral in 2020. It was originally intended as a resource for young people interested in news and current affairs. Its main competitors are ITV West Country's main evening programme ITV News West Country in Cornwall, Devon, Isles of Scilly, southern and western Somerset and western Dorset; and ITV Channel Television's main evening programme ITV News Channel TV in the Channel Islands. By Robbie MeredithBBC News NI Arts Correspondent. The motif returned in May 2006, and the use of a lighthouse in the titles continued until the latest relaunch in June 2015. Justin Leigh has announced he is to leave the BBC after 33 years - including almost 20 years presenting the UK’s most popular regional TV news programme, BBC Spotlight. There is also a special version of the programme for viewers in the Channel Islands. [3] A replacement purpose-built broadcasting centre on the opposite side of Sutton Harbour from the Barbican has been under construction since 2008 and was due to open in mid-2011,[4] though it has since stalled due to the effect of the recession on the construction industry and a change in the original plans. As of 2020, she is around 34 years old. Local news broadcasts for the Islands began in the 1990s, when a short bulletin aired following the Nine O'Clock News. VideoWhat impact has Covid had on global climate? Hard-hitting investigations on the stories that matter in Northern Ireland. BBC Northern Ireland have a radio link from their studios in Belfast which allows mobile on-location news crews to hear the studio; the test tone is known as the "commbeep". Victoria Graham presents the 6.30pm programme. "I wish to thank everyone who has shared my on-air journey so far," she said. It is available to UK viewers outside of Northern Ireland on BBC iPlayer for a week after the programme. He … Although local radio had been broadcast from Plymouth as station 2PY between 1924 and 1934, the first regional television programme was not broadcast until 20 April 1961, just nine days before the rival ITV service from Westward Television began broadcasting. She said she was stepping back from daily presenting to embrace new opportunities. Seamus McKee - who joined the BBC full-time as presenter of Good Morning Ulster in 1981 - said his most recent decade presenting Evening Extra had been among the most fulfilling of his time at the corporation. It launched on 20 April 1961. She thanked her listeners and colleagues. BBC Northern Ireland said each of the long-standing presenters' contribution to broadcasting will be marked later in the year. Asked if presenters who choose not to wear the poppy would be reassigned to off-screen duties, a BBC spokesman said only that “no BBC presenter or reporter is required to wear a poppy”. There are smaller studios in Exeter and Truro. "Wendy, Noel, Seamus and Karen have been part of BBC Northern Ireland and, in particular, BBC Radio Ulster for as long as I can remember, so this really feels like the end of an era," he said. Originally broadcast from a studio at the Fremont Point transmitter, the news service is now entirely based at the studios of BBC Radio Jersey in St Helier. BBC Channel Islands is the dedicated opt-out service for the Channel Islands. All have taken the opportunity to stand down following a review into BBC News NI schedules and programmes. At a preview event this week, the team explained that they have chosen not to try to tell ‘the definitive story’ of the Troubles. BBC News employs many presenters and correspondents who appear across television, radio and contribute to BBC Online.BBC News provides television journalism to BBC One bulletins and the rolling news channels BBC World News and the BBC News Channel in the United Kingdom. [5] In 2013, the BBC confirmed that it was not moving to Sutton Harbour, and instead was refurbishing its existing Plymouth headquarters.[6]. Four of BBC News NI’s longest serving on screen journalists have taken the decision to leave BBC Northern Ireland. .css-14iz86j-BoldText{font-weight:bold;}Four of BBC Northern Ireland's best-known news presenters are to step down from their roles early in 2020. Other BBC News pre­sen­ters also pro­vide re­lief pre­sen­ta­tion on pro­grammes broad­cast on this chan­nel. Noel Thompson began his career at the BBC in 1979 and moved to Good Morning Ulster after presenting BBC Newsline for 16 years. Upcoming episodes of Spotlight. "I'm proud of what we've achieved with Evening Extra and I wish the programme well as I start a new phase in my life, in which I hope journalism and broadcasting will play some part.". .css-1xgx53b-Link{font-family:ReithSans,Helvetica,Arial,freesans,sans-serif;font-weight:700;-webkit-text-decoration:none;text-decoration:none;color:#FFFFFF;}.css-1xgx53b-Link:hover,.css-1xgx53b-Link:focus{-webkit-text-decoration:underline;text-decoration:underline;}Read about our approach to external linking. BBC Northern Ireland has three main television studios located in Belfast. Video, 2020 and me: 'I know the value of family more' Video, 2020 and me: 'I know the value of family more', What impact has Covid had on global climate? "I feel the time has come to allow a new generation of broadcasters to experience some of the opportunities I have had," he said. BBC NI sports presenter Stephen Watson has said he will never be able to thank enough the anonymous person who donated a kidney to him. Introduction : Personal Life, Parents & Family : Professional Life, Net… Read More » Anne Lundon BBC, Married, Husband, Wiki, Age, Bio【 … What impact has Covid had on global climate? Spotlight is the BBC's regional TV news programme for the South West of England, covering Cornwall, Devon, Isles of Scilly, southern and western Somerset, western Dorset and the Channel Islands. The programme can be viewed anywhere in the UK (and Europe) on Sky channel 967/968 on the BBC UK regional TV on satellite service. Like other BBC enterprises in the Channel Islands, funding comes primarily from television licence fees collected within the Islands. It debuted in 1973. SPOTLIGHT – Fear and Loathing in Quinn Country, a television programme centred on the barbaric abduction of Mannok (formally Quinn Industrial Holdings - QIH) director Kevin Lunney in September, 2019, has won a prestigious award at the sixth annual Royal Television Society, Northern Ireland (RTS NI) Programme Awards. A lighthouse motif has been in use within the programme's title sequences for many years until May 2000, when Spotlight adopted the generic BBC regional news design. Adam Smyth, head of news at BBC News NI, said they would be missed by colleagues and audiences alike. BBC Northern Ireland said decisions on who would succeed them as presenters on BBC Radio Ulster's breakfast, drive-time and business news programmes would be announced at a later date. "They are not only consummate professionals who live and breathe news, but they brought versatility, personality and warmth to their broadcasting roles, making them a trusted friend and guide to listeners.". Putting NI in the spotlight. Anne Lundon May 2, 1986. TV Studios. Covid cases rise in the UK as the number of people in England's hospitals goes above the first peak. From the Archives: BBC Spotlight at The Royal Cornwall Show 1965, 1973 and 2012 In addition BBC News runs rolling news network BBC Radio 5 Live and the international BBC World Service. A former journalist with The Irish News, Donegal-born Mr McClafferty succeeds Mark Devenport who left the BBC … "Over their respective careers they have guided listeners through countless big events and stories and some of Northern Ireland's darkest days.". Tributes have been paid to presenter Uaneen Fitzsimons, who died in a car accident in the Republic of Ireland. Spotlight is the BBC's regional TV news programme for the South West of England, covering Cornwall, Devon, Isles of Scilly, southern and western Somerset, western Dorset and the Channel Islands.There is also a special version of the programme for viewers in the Channel Islands. Spotlight Special is on BBC One Northern Ireland at 22:35 BST on Tuesday. "At the start of my radio career, a wise colleague told me, 'when someone turns the radio on, they're inviting you into their home.'. BBC NI news presenter Donna Traynor is returning to the newsroom following a three-month absence. The opt-outs are presented by Charlie McArdle and produced by a team of multi-skilling journalists who write, film and edit their own stories, as well as producing and directing the bulletins on weekdays. BBC presenting couple Holly Hamilton and Connor Phillips have announced they are expecting their first child. By Philip Bradfield Wednesday, 7th October 2020, 5:40 pm VideoHow bad information went viral in 2020, How a pariah and a Nobel laureate became friends, Seismic change: How Covid-19 altered world events in 2020, play2020 and me: 'I know the value of family more' Video2020 and me: 'I know the value of family more', How to build an igloo (when the climate is changing), The irrational reasons behind the biggest purchase of your life. No opt-outs are broadcast during the day and at weekends, except for special occasions such as local elections or major sporting events such as the Island Games. "I have covered the election of two presidents, the mixed fortunes of five prime ministers, the restoration of devolution, the fall of Stormont and, it goes without saying, Brexit in all its forms. The main opt takes up the first 12 minutes of the nightly 6.30pm programme with a full opt at 10.25pm and a short 30-second update at 8pm. BBC Northern Ireland has appointed Enda McClafferty as its political editor. The name Spotlight was adopted on 30 September 1963. "There have, of course, been many lighter moments, but my 4am alarm call was not one of them!". Spotlight at 40 — Spotlight at 40 Some of Our Former Reporters On the 40th Anniversary of Spotlight we take a look back at a selection of our past reporters from the '70's and 80's. Read a profile of the BBC World presenter Caroline Wyatt Read all about the BBC Paris correspondent Correspondents A - Z. Noel Thompson and Karen Patterson will no longer present BBC Radio Ulster's Good Morning Ulster programme. The 29-year-old, from Ardglass in County Down, died after the car in which she was a passenger was involved in a collision with an articulated lorry in County Laois on Wednesday. It has been considerably extended over the years, including the addition of a new and larger television studio in 1974 in preparation for the conversion of Spotlight to colour the following year. The programme is aired on BBC1 Northern Ireland at 10:35pm (and sometimes early) on Tuesday evenings, with a repeat on BBC2. Karen Patterson has been a presenter on BBC Newsline, Evening Extra and Good Morning Ulster for almost two decades. Wendy Austin joined the BBC in 1976 and has presented many programmes, including Good Morning Ulster, Inside Ulster and Woman's Hour on BBC Radio 4. "They want to hear the story you have to tell, or they want to have company, not to be talked down to or shouted at. Another longstanding presenter is Natalie Cornah, who also presents the main programme. He worked as a reporter on BBC NI’s Spotlight, as well as a stand in presenter on all of BBC Radio Ulster’s current affairs programmes and The Nolan Show. "I hope it's not the end of my relationship with the BBC and that I shall still be welcomed into Broadcasting House from time to time in one guise or another.". playWhat impact has Covid had on global climate? It launched on 20 April 1961. Spotlight is the name given to a BBC Northern Ireland weekly current affairs programme. "I have decided it's time to step back from daily presenting," he said. All four presenters have decades of broadcasting experience on radio and television and have won numerous awards for their work. There are two small studios located in the BBC Broadcasting House in Belfast. In late 2012, the owner of the harbour expressed fears the move may never happen and admitted other parties had expressed an interest in moving to the site earmarked for the BBC. 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The popular presenter of the BBC One South West bulletin will sign off for good on Friday, October 16. Holly Hamilton is a familiar face to many who watch BBC Breakfast as the Co Down native greets the nation each morning with her friendly smile and … Spotlight is broadcast from BBC Broadcasting House in Seymour Road, Plymouth, the headquarters of BBC South West. 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People can apply for tickets to be in the studio audience for future Spotlight Special programmes by calling the ticket line on 0845 300 30 80. Video. Meanwhile, Seamus McKee is to leave Evening Extra while Wendy Austin is to step down from presenting Inside Business. .css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:link{color:inherit;}.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:visited{color:#696969;}.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:link,.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:visited{-webkit-text-decoration:none;text-decoration:none;}.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:link:hover,.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:visited:hover,.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:link:focus,.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:visited:focus{color:#B80000;-webkit-text-decoration:underline;text-decoration:underline;}.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:link::after,.css-1hlxxic-PromoLink:visited::after{content:'';position:absolute;top:0;right:0;bottom:0;left:0;z-index:2;}Concern at 'unprecedented' English infection level. The renewables industry has lodged a formal complaint about a Northern Ireland Audit Office report that found excessive subsidies are being paid to owners of wind turbines. "Spotlight Special will have a real sense of an event and I hope it will become essential viewing," he said. Get the latest Northern Irish news from BBC Northern Ireland: breaking news, analysis, features and debate plus audio and video coverage on topical issues from around Northern Ireland. [2][3], Those early radio broadcasts had been made from the Athenaeum Chambers in Athenaeum Lane in Plymouth (next to what became Westward and TSW's headquarters), but just before the Second World War the BBC started looking for alternative premises. Peter Johnston, director of BBC Northern Ireland, said he had immense respect and gratitude for all four journalists. A Victorian villa named Ingledene in Seymour Road was bought from the Douglass family and this building has, as of 2012, remained the BBC's headquarters in the South West. Noel Thompson and Karen Patterson will no longer present BBC … "I'm immensely proud to have worked with each of these extremely talented broadcasters," he said. Read about our approach to external linking. Not in­cluded in this list are the pre­sen­ters of the pro­grammes BBC Break­fast, Vic­to­ria Der­bys… Since October 2000, two evening bulletins have been broadcast at 6:30pm and following the News at Ten. The main version of the programme broadcasts between 18:30 and 19:00 on weekdays, with shorter bulletins at other times. 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On-prem Lync backend, Skype for Business clients upgraded from Lync When in a Skype meeting a presenter locks the video spotlight, other meeting attendees and presenters lose the ability to pop the video out to a separate window, leaving it extremely small and blocking part of the screen sharing presentation. The BBC’s Spotlight team will start broadcasting a series of seven weekly films this Tuesday evening (8.30pm on BBC One NI and network BBC Four). 15/12/2020. ... By BBC Northern Ireland presenter Noel Thompson Life in the BBC's Belfast newsroom is hectic at the best of times, but during a political crisis, and that seems to be about once a week at the moment, pulse rates can rise to jackhammer intensity. Many of the pre­sen­ters below also work on other BBC News out­put, and some also work in other parts of the BBC. He said he'd had a fascinating and rewarding four decades at what he called the "world's finest news organisation". 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