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Rich Tea555 posts since 16 Apr 2017 Recently warned
Anglia (West) Look East
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I was about to ask what became of ITN/Channel 4 News Washington Correspondent David Smith from back in the 90's. I remember him well and liked his reporting. Well I thought I'd do a quick research first and found an interesting article about a complete change of direction - he's now a winemaker in Argentina!

"When David Smith ended his career as a globetrotting foreign correspondent, covering world wars and historic events for ITN News and Channel 4, he thought he would take a more relaxed step by becoming a winemaker. In Argentina. Things have been just as busy, if not as newsworthy, ever since. Here he shares his thoughts on how Argentina has evolved over the last 30 years to be a serious wine producing country."

http://www.the-buyer.net/opinion/david-smith-itn-foreign-correspondent-on-making-wines-in-argentina/

Also, he joined the United Nations Information Centre in Washington DC, representing UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon in the Americas for a decade up until 2014.
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Markymark7,333 posts since 13 Dec 2004
Meridian (North) South Today
This might, or might not interest someone here.

I was about to ask what became of ITN/Channel 4 News Washington Correspondent David Smith from back in the 90's. I remember him well and liked his reporting. Well I thought I'd do a quick research first and found an interesting article about a complete change of direction - he's now a winemaker in Argentina!

"When David Smith ended his career as a globetrotting foreign correspondent, covering world wars and historic events for ITN News and Channel 4, he thought he would take a more relaxed step by becoming a winemaker. In Argentina. Things have been just as busy, if not as newsworthy, ever since. Here he shares his thoughts on how Argentina has evolved over the last 30 years to be a serious wine producing country."

http://www.the-buyer.net/opinion/david-smith-itn-foreign-correspondent-on-making-wines-in-argentina/

Also, he joined the United Nations Information Centre in Washington DC, representing UN Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon in the Americas for a decade up until 2014.


Which ties in with his wife, the aforementioned Sonia Ruseler who is Argentine born

https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sonia_Ruseler
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