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== Biography ==
== Biography ==
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Long-serving announcer and presenter who also holds the distinction of being the world's very first TV game show host ([[Spelling Bee (1)|Spelling Bee]]). His work in the fledgling BBC TV serice brought him a number of other TV "firsts" including commentating on the first televised coronation and the first televised tennis match from Wimbledon. He went on to host the political discussion show ''Any Questions?'' from 1948 to 1967.  
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Long-serving announcer and presenter who also holds the distinction of being the world's very first TV game show host ([[Spelling Bee (1)|Spelling Bee]]). His work in the fledgling BBC TV service brought him a number of other TV "firsts" including commentating on the first televised coronation and the first televised tennis match from Wimbledon. He went on to host the political discussion show ''Any Questions?'' from 1948 to 1967.
== Web links ==
== Web links ==

Current revision as of 09:10, 23 October 2020

Biography

Long-serving announcer and presenter who also holds the distinction of being the world's very first TV game show host (Spelling Bee). His work in the fledgling BBC TV service brought him a number of other TV "firsts" including commentating on the first televised coronation and the first televised tennis match from Wimbledon. He went on to host the political discussion show Any Questions? from 1948 to 1967.

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