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Ben3,280 posts since 5 Sep 2001
Joe Havard posted:
Nick Harvey posted:
Well, I don't know about you, Joe, but he's spelt it "Fred Dineage" as long as I've known him.


Just checked and it's definitely Dinenage.


Yep, two n's not one. Nice to see even God makes mistakes from time to time. Very Happy
Steve in Pudsey9,469 posts since 4 Jan 2003
Guess it depends on how you define news, if you include current affairs in that, and consider Countryfile as current affairs (of a sort) you might be able to argue a case for John Craven
jc47 posts since 27 Jul 2005
Peter Sissons would have been on ITN from the mid 70s on the old News at One/First Report, weekends, and the evening news.
GMc2,615 posts since 15 Nov 2005
Nick Harvey posted:
GMc posted:
is Shereen Nanjiani the longest serving newsreader on Scotland Today?

And does anybody care?

You are such a cheeky, arrogant a-hole!
jamesmd2,755 posts since 27 Mar 2004
GMc posted:
Nick Harvey posted:
GMc posted:
is Shereen Nanjiani the longest serving newsreader on Scotland Today?

And does anybody care?

You are such a cheeky, arrogant a-hole!


Ooooh Nick, you're so cheeky.

GMuck, did you know that Shereen Nanjiani is rhyming slang for fanny?