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A Change in the Weather

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A Change in the Weather

The BBC is to cancel its contract with the Met Office to supply the weather forecasts on radio and TV.

 

Change in the Weather

 

The BBC will take its forecasts from a Dutch company, MeteoGroup, but will retain some of the existing presenters.

 

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Re: A Change in the Weather

That news is a year old

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Re: A Change in the Weather

Yes but the company getting the contract and the start date have been confirmed.

 

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I read it in the Daily Mail.

 

Good to hear Carol Kirkwood will still be around. She makes my morning :smiley:

 

MeteoGroup already provide forecasts for Sky News and Channel 4.

 

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Re: A Change in the Weather

Oddly enough its Carol Kirkwood I personally think should go! She's old, wrinkly, not exactly very pretty anymore...

We've got far hotter weather presenters these days.

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Re: A Change in the Weather

there sure is a change in the weather, for the next 2 days expect WIND & RAIN .. bye bye summer :tickedoff:

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Re: A Change in the Weather

According to my records Summer was on the 19th of July.

Blink and you missed it.

Carol's ok.

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@7up wrote:

We've got far hotter weather presenters these days.


 

Keeley Donovan comes to mind, though I think she moved up from weathergirl to presenter...

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@Strat wrote:

 

Carol's ok.


Dirty old man lol

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Yikes!

Carol Kirkwood is older than me :huh:

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@twocvbloke wrote:

Keeley Donovan comes to mind, though I think she moved up from weathergirl to presenter...


 

I don't spend all my time sat in front of the TV so Carol is the only female forecaster I see.

She is employed by the BBC so will be staying on in the new setup.

 

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Nah, Keeley is still doing the weather, well at least she was the other week. On BBC Look North.

Keeley Donovan

 

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@artmo wrote:

I don't spend all my time sat in front of the TV so Carol is the only female forecaster I see.


 

Neither do I these days, but I've caught the end of BBC Look North enough times to see Keeley on the telly... :coolsmiley:

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Re: A Change in the Weather

The BBC hard at work using licence payer funds to import foreign services instead of using UK based services. Rather a fit of pique to "punish" the politicians who dared to investigate the Beeb's operation.

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