Stewart White biography and facts

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Stewart White is a British journalist, presenter and newsreader, most famous for presenting the East Anglian regional BBC News programme Look East. Beginning his career at several regional BBC Radio stations he later became a presenter and continuity announcer for Central Independent Television. In 1984 he became the lead presenter on Look East, where he has remained for 25 years. Growing up in Wiltshire, White's first job was at a grocers. White's first job for the BBC was a live introduction to a Vietnamese television programme on the BBC World Service. From this he began a career working for BBC Radio. Beginning at BBC Radio Brighton, he moved to BBC Radio Derby, where he produced and presented several different programmes. He left to present the daily mid-morning show on the Birmingham radio station 96.4 BRMB. There, he interviewed such people as former Prime Minister Edward Heath, actress Joan Collins and singer Michael Jackson. He would be the last journalist in Britain to conduct a live interview with Jackson. White made the transition from radio to television by joining ATV as a continuity announcer, and worked on a number of programmes including Star Soccer, Something  ( Wikipedia )

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British Broadcasting Corporation News Presenter

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