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Roger Mellie2,738 posts since 28 May 2006
Charlie Wells posted:
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I think it's clear that we all know which presenter is being talked about, regardless of how you spell Freds' surname.


Sorry to have unwittingly started off the Fred Dine(n)age debate. I take it I spelt Warman correctly though? Wink
Londoner7,218 posts since 4 Jan 2003
Charlie Wells posted:
I think it's clear that we all know which presenter is being talked about, regardless of how you spell Freds' surname.

There's more than one Fred Dinenage? Shocked
Roger Mellie2,738 posts since 28 May 2006
Spencer For Hire posted:
philMID posted:
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That's definitely Michael Winner, not Bob Warman.


NO, look,

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Matching shirts. Wink


Calm down dear, it's only the presenter of Central News West (sorry 'Central Tonight Rolling Eyes )
South Today2,594 posts since 10 Feb 2003
I feel Wesley Smith of Central South deserves a little mention here - himself and Anne Dawson were the longest serving regional team until her departure in 2002. Wes is still there though and still going strong!! Lets hope we see some decisions on the future of his job soon.
all new Phil2,873 posts since 12 Feb 2005
Londoner posted:
Charlie Wells posted:
I think it's clear that we all know which presenter is being talked about, regardless of how you spell Freds' surname.

There's more than one Fred Dinenage? Shocked

Do you mean Fred Dynnidge? Get it right.
Steve D355 posts since 31 Aug 2003
Newsroom posted:
Sara Edwards has been around for as long as I can remember...........


Nowhere near as long as Fred though.

Before his retirement in the mid 90s Bruce Hockin held some sort of record for length of service in regional news presentation, and I have a feeling that Fred D arrived at the helm in Southampton not that long after Bruce did in Bristol, so my money's on Fred since Mike Neville retired.
denton1,004 posts since 4 Jan 2003
Rose Neill is Northern Ireland's longest serving television news presenter. According to her bio on BBC NI's web site, she started news reading at UTV 24 years ago; though I'm pretty sure the content on that web page is at least 2 years out of date.