The late Jill Dando started here career as a local newspaper journalist in Weston-Super-Mare. Jill moved on to BBC Radio Devon and then as co-presenter of BBC Spotlight, taking over from Sue King.
Her big break came in 1988 with a move to the BBC's Breakfast Time and later BBC News. Jill also presented Holiday and Crimewatch UK.
Jill was tragically murdered on her own doorstep on Monday 26th April, 1999.
The face of Central News in the East Midlands until her move to GMTV.
Anne co-presented the very first programme on 1st January 1993. She stayed with GMTV, now just a newsreader until early 2001.
Anne followed Dominic Heale and headed for BBC East Midlands Today, replacing Kathy Rochford as the main co-presenter.
She now presents on a travel shopping channel
Former BBC Wales Today reporter and BBC Look North West presenter, David Davies had joined the National News as a reporter by the 1980's.
David had moved Birmingham to present BBC Midlands Today by 1989. He replaced Alan Towers, who had moved to the newly created sports unit.
David has since left broadcasting and is now Chief Executive of the Football Association
ITV's World of Sport anchor
Mai Davies began her TV career in Wales on Wales at Six (along with Gwenan Edwards) at HTV. This was followed by a move to TVS to report and sometimes present Coast to Coast (South). Mai then co-launched the new North edition of Meridian Tonight, based in Newbury.
Mai can now be seen back at HTV Wales presenting the current affairs programme, Wales This Week.
From Sky News to BBC World.
Martine can be seen each weekday morning on The World Today, shown on BBC World, BBC News 24 and BBC One
Anne Diamond. Lets start with with ATV Today and Central News. Next came BBC News in 1983. This was followed by the big break to co-host the ailing TV-am with Nick Owen, a partnership that was to be later reunited for a few years by the BBC. Anne also presented TV Weekly made by TVS and then Meridian. Anne then went on to be heard on radio in the London area.
Anne has left BBC London. Now hosts a phone-in show on BBC Berkshire
From Look North in Leeds to South Today in Southampton.
Last heard working for Radio France International as a reporter.
From Points West, to the varied political programmes presented on ITV. Jonathan fronted ITV's coverage of the 2001 General Election.
What can we say about Fred!
Following a stint as sports presenter on Southern, Fred joined Coast to Coast as one of the main presenters, along with Fern Britton.
Here Fred stayed until the demise of TVS in 1992.
Once again Fred stayed in the South and joined the launch of the Southern edition Meridian Tonight, and he's still there today.
All this and hosting Gambit, How and How 2!
From Channel 5 to Sky News
Sharon Doughty originally a newsreader for Thames News, switched channels to BBC Newsroom South East.
She now works for her own childrens charity, advance knowledge of under 16's and relieve sickness, poverty and cruelty. http://www.missdorothy.co.uk
Robert Dougall of BBC News in the 1960's and 1970's.
One of the first BBC TV newsreaders. He was also the first person to present the BBC Nine O'Clock News. Sadly he died in 1999.
Jill started at Border TV presenting Lookaround in 1993, moving to BBC Scotland in 1997, presenting Rugby Special.
Jill can now be seen presenting on both Sky Sports News and Sky News.
John Doyle former reporter with TWW and then HTV Cymru Wales, moved to report Westward Diary. Following the demise of Westward, John moved to TVS to report for Coast to Coast. John subsequently moved back to the South West to report and present for TSW Today. A move to Abingdon and Central News South followed. John returned to the Westcountry, working for Carlton Westcountry producing features, frequently about his favourite subject, railways.
Sadly John died suddenly in early 2001
Teresa Driscoll, a reporter and newsreader for Thames News, moved to BBC Spotlight in Plymouth in 1990 to replace Juliet Morris. Teresa left Spotlight at the end of 2005 to spend more time with her family.
Now an author and lives in Devon with her husband and two children (and occasionally mice in the loft)
From BBC Look North in Leeds to LWT News in London, minus the Smith!
Westcountry Live presenter, Lorna Dunkley moved to Sky News and was the co-host of Sunrise with Eamon Holmes
Long standing Look East reporter and presenter. Alex also presented the East at Westminster for a time.
Married to fellow Look East presenter Susie Fowler-Watt.