Stefanie Callister
Click for larger image Former Sky News presenter Stefanie Callister, worked at Sky for many years where she met her and married her co-anchor Chris Mann. Stef then moved onto presenting on BBC News 24. Stefanie went onto reading the weekend news bulletins on GMTV.
 
She has also appeared in Casualty and Absolute Power as a news anchor on BBC News 24.




Sue Carpenter
At the time (mid 1980's), Sue was probably one of the busiest newsreaders on British Television. Whilst still presenting BBC Points West, Sue was offered the newsreaders post on BBC Breakfast Time. Plus on her days off from Points West Sue could often be seen co-presenting BBC London Plus! Sue had moved over to ITN by 1990. Since leaving ITN, Sue could be heard narrating Transworld Sport, shown on Channel 4.
 
She is now an after dinnner speaker.




Jilly Carter
Former TSW newsreader Jilly Carter made the big time in 1989 reading the news on BBC Breakfast Time. Jilly next moved over to ITN, presenting the overnight bulletins and then reading the bulletins on the short lived Channel Four Daily.
 
Jilly currently runs her own media and presentation skills company in London.


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Jayne Case
Jayne Case, the longest serving newsreader at BBC Wales! She's been there since 1986. Jayne can sometimes be seen presenting the main edition of Wales Today if Jamie Owen or Sara Edwards are off.
 
Jayne is now an after dinnner speaker.




Click for larger image Andrew Castle
From Sky Sports to GMTV

Nia Ceidiog
From S4C continuity to BBC Newyddion. She runs her own media communications company in Cardiff.

Rory Cellan-Jones
Former BBC Wales reporter, Rory Cellan-Jones, can now be seen reporting on economic matters for BBC News

Lindsay Charlton
Former Granada Reports reporter, Lindsay Charlton, had moved to LWT News by 1991, via the satellite service BSB. Next was the natural transition from LWT to the London News Network, where Lindsay could regularly be seen reporting and presenting London Today and London Tonight bulletins.
 
Lindsay is now Managing Director of Meridian.




Click for larger image Scott Chisolm
From Sky News in 1989 to 5 News Early in 1997. Scott went on to be heard on Real Radio in South Wales, Yorkshire and Scotland.

Nick Clark
Nick Clark, London Tonight presenter , then also be seen some weekday mornings presenting Garden Invaders on BBC1.
 
Nick is now working at Al-Jazeera's English Channel as an anchor.


Paul Clarke
Another case of switching channels, just like Lynda Bryans, Paul Clarke moved from BBC Inside Ulster to UTV Live at Six.
 
Also a patron of the Northern Ireland Hospice


Steve Clarke
Former Southern - Scene South East reporter, Steve Clarke left London Plus on Friday 26th August 1988. His destination, Thames. Initially presenting a business programme, followed by Thames News. Steve, was there to the end, in 1992.
 
We believe he's now the Executive Editor of "Broadcast Now", an industry publication (www.broadcastnow.co.uk)


Peter Coe
From European Business Today on BSB in 1990, onto Sky News presenting Sunrise with Sabrina Farley. Next was a onto BBC News 24 in 2002

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Former Central News (West) newsreader Stephen Cole had moved to Sky News by 1989. Next was a move to CNN.
 
Stephen then moved to BBC World, and also presented the technology programme "Click Online" he has now left the BBC and is a newsreader at Al-Jazeera's London newsroom.




Neil Connery
Neil Connery, from Westcountry Live in 1996 to ITN in 2002.
 
Now freelance and reports for ITN and Sky.
 


Sue Cook
Sue has presented many programmes, including South East at 6 and Nationwide, Cimewatch UK, and of course Children in Need.
 
Now divides her time between penning novels and her massive charity work. Currently has homes in London, Oxfordshire and France.


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Andy Craig
Following his time at Tyne Tees Television, Andy moved to Central News East, co-presenting the first edition in 1984, 18 months after it was supposed to launch! Andy went on to be seen presenting the North edition of Meridian Tonight, from Newbury. Andy also has several networked Quiz Shows under his belt, including Brainwave for the BBC.
 
Stepped down from Meridian North in 2006 to "pursue new projects", presumably after dinner speaking...




Bob Crampton
Bob's first taster of television was at Westward Television in Plymouth. He moved to HTV News in Bristol in 1983, and is still there. Bob now heads up ITV West's weather forecasting team.
 
Still on ITV West as a weatherman, even has his own fan page on facebook! http://www.facebook.com/pages/Bob-Crampton/59952874957




John Craven
Former Points West and Look North reporter, John Craven is perhaps better know for the children's news programme, John Craven's Newsround. John also appeared on the Saturday morning children shows Multi-Coloured Swap Shop and Saturday Superstore during the 1980's.
 
John now presents the BBC's Country File on Sunday mornings.




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Click for larger image Peter Crawford
Click for larger image Former HTV West announcer and newsreader, Peter Crawford worked in Pontcanna and Brislington as continuity and news reader. Peter appeared in commercials including fronting a certain Personal Injury Compensation advert. Peter is now Head of News at Gulf News Broadcasting in Dubai.

Victoria Crawford
Victoria Crawford, former continuity announcer for both HTV West in Bristol and Thames Television in London.
 
Currently?


Vivien Creegor
Vivien first graced our screens presenting BBC Points West in Bristol. Next was a brief stint presenting the morning BBC News summaries. Vivien could be seen presenting on the 24 hour news channel, Sky News. She was there at the launch but has since left.
 
Vivien is now pursing a career in acting


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Click for larger image Emma Crosby
From presenting the business news on CNBC, she moved to Sky News, then headed hunted by GMTV.

Martine Croxall
Following a stint on the early shift at BBC Newsroom South East, Martine next moved to BBC News 24 and BBC UK Today.

Rob Curling
Rob Curling was the longest serving of all the BBC South East newsreaders, until his move in 2000.
 
Rob could also be seen presenting Notice Board on BBC 2 during 1986. Rob also presented for BSB's Now Channel for it's short life in 1990.. Rob could be seen on the ITN News Channel and reading the sport on BBC Midlands Today during the later part of 2001.
 
He can now be seen on Sky Sports News and reading the sport for Sky News.