Deborah Hall was the presenter of the South East News on BBC Breakfast Time from 1985, moving on to London Plus and Newsroom South East. Deborah also read the National News Summaries on BBC-1 at one point and moved to BBC World in 1992. She stayed there as a freelance until 1997. Deborah also presented an 'infotainment ' 12 part series called Help for Anglia. Still presenting some corporate TV programmes (eg The Architect's Channel for RIBA) and running training courses in Presentation and Media Skills (Deborah's Ofcom's media trainer and the media consultant to the WHO/Bill Gates programme to vaccinate the world's poor). visit her website for more at www.deborahhall.co.uk
A familiar face on BBC North West for many years, he presented North West Tonight and It's a Knockout.
Stuart Hall switched channels to Granada by 1991.
Stuart can now be heard commentating on BBC Five Live and presenting on Manchester's local city tv channel - Channel M
Will Hanrahan began as a Radio Reporter in York, before joining BBC Look North. Next was BBC Spotlight, followed briefly by Central News. Watchdog and Good Morning with Anne and Nick followed. Next was the Good Food Show and Sky's [.tv]. Will currently runs his own independent TV company in the Midlands called Hanrahan Media.
From Granada Tonight in 1999 to GMTV in 2002.
As Christopher Slade's replacement on Spotlight, Jerry didn't stay long. He defected to rival, TSW Today.
Following the demise of TSW, Jerry moved to Anglia News to become it's Bedfordshire reporter. Jerry moved to Bangkok in 1996 to become a cameraman/producer for Associated Press Television News, the world's largest TV news agency. He's still there today.
Jaqui Harper, one of the Newsroom South East newsreaders. During her time on the programme, Jaqui could also be seen reading the BBC News summaries. Jaqui later became one of the founder members of the GMTV team in January 1993.
Jacqui now advises global financial companies on effective communication of strategy. She was awarded an MBE for her services to Journalism.
Andrew started his broadcasting career with the BBC in Southampton and in Bristol. This was followed by a move to London to present the National News at the BBC. A move back to Southampton followed in 1998 when Andrew replaced Harry Gration at South Today. Andrew moved back to London in 1999 to present for BBC News 24 and could be seen presenting on the ITN News Channel.
Former HTV Wales newsreader, Jane Harvey, could be seen presenting and reporting for the BBC Wales consumer programme, X-Ray.
A trustee of the Network for Surviving Stalking. Jane also chairs conferences and seminars and is a highly skilled conference facilitator and after dinner speaker.
Katy Haswell, the original co-presenter of Westcountry Live, Katy moved to London to present for ITN and the LNN on London Tonight.
Left LNN and currently hosts the Globe Trekker travel shows shown around the world.
Gerald Haycock, a former reporter on Westward Diary didn't make the move to TSW, instead moving to HTV News (West) in Bristol.
He then switched channels to report and present for BBC Points West.
Gerald Hine-Haycock, is now the Course Director of the BBC's Journalist Training Scheme, based in Bristol.
From HTV News (West) to Central News, via TSW Today. Peter's next stop was the Political Editor for Carlton, covering Central and Westcountry.
Currently a "twitcher" (birdwatcher to you and me) and contributes to a twitching website www.devonbirds.org
One of the original members of Look North in Leeds, Phillip moved to the London to present the National News.
Philip then became the big name presenter of BBC North West Tonight in 1994.
This move was short lived, with Philip moving back to London to present for BBC World.
Former LWT News, Lookaround and Meridian Tonight (North) presenter Lisa Hazlehurst, can sometimes be seen presenting the overnight Sky News bulletins.
Currently an Executive Producer at Flame TV, which produced shows such as "Escape To The Country"
Dominic Heale, newsreader at TSW till the end in 1992. A move to Central followed to co-present the East edition of Central News. In a surprise move, Dominic switched channels with a move to BBC East Midlands Today.
Former HTV Wales newsreader and presenter, Nicola Heywood-Thomas, can now be heard on BBC Radio Wales, presenting a daily show at lunchtime.
Former BBC Look East newsreader and reporter, Gill Higgins, went on to be seen reporting for BBC Breakfast.
Gill has now relocated to New Zealand and now works for TVNZ's "Close Up" programme.
Former Scotland Today weather man, Alex Hill, launched the ITV National Weather forcast in 1989.
Still a Met Office man but now advises the University of Edinburgh's School of Geosciences.
Jane Hill, from BBC South Today to BBC News 24.
Former BBC Spotlight newsreader, Matthew Hill can now be seen reporting for BBC Points West.
Matthew can occasionally be seen reporting on BBC News 24.
Bruce began at HTV's Report West in 1968, following on from HTV's predecessor TWW.
Bruce retired from HTV News in May 1996, after more than 30 years of service
Former TSW Today newsreader, Jane Hoffen, could be seen presenting for Sky Sports by 1995.
Jane can now be seen reading the short BBC Reporting Scotland bulletins.
Lisa Holland, a former reporter and presenter for BBC Spotlight in Plymouth can now be seen reporting on Sky News
Allison Holloway, co-presenter of HTV News in Bristol during the 1980's. Alison was chosen to co-present ITV's Olympic 1988 coverage with Nick Owen. Alison was quickly snapped up by Sky at the launch of Sky News in 1989. She then helped launch the South East edition of Meridian Tonight in 1993. Alison now lives in Los Angeles, where she runs her own Production Company.
Eamonn Holmes' break into television came with Ulster Television's evening news magazine, Good Evening Ulster, in the early 1980's. Eamonn's break into network television started with the BBC's Open Air programme in 1987, presenting alongside the likes of Bob Wellings and Pati Coldwell. Early mornings beckoned for Eamonn, moving to the Sports Desk on BBC Breakfast News in 1990, following the demise of Open Air. Early mornings obviously suited Eamonn as he launched GMTV in 1993, but he left in 2005 to present Sky News Sunrise. As well as GMTV Eamonn has presented other programmes, both for ITV1 and the BBC, including one of the BBC's National Lottery programmes!
Madeline Holt, from BBC Spotlight to BBC Look East.
Madeline is now the Arts corespondent on the BBC's Newsnight
From Border's Lookaround to BBC London News.
Robin Houston, Thames News short bulletin presenter until the end in 1992.
Robin has also been the voiceover for many ITV programmes, plus Channel 5's 100% quiz.
Emma, a former Radio 1 Newsbeat presenter, moved to BBC Breakfast News in 1997 to report and occasionally present. She has also presented on BBC News 24 and reported for the BBC's Watchdog. Emma is now a Newsgathering Reporter for BBC News.
From co-presenting Today South West in Plymouth, Merryn moved to BBC North West Tonight to co-present with John Mundy.
Merryn is now a Media Trainer
Jenny Hull, not such a move as a change of style, until 2001 that is! Jenny has of course presented other programmes including as How do they Do That with Des. Jenny reappeared on BBC South Today for a short period in 2001, only to move to HTV News (West) in Bristol in October 2001.
She now runs her own corporate video production company in London.
Former BBC South Today presenter, Tim Hurst could be seen reporting and occasionally presenting Central News South from Abbingdon.
He retired from Central news in 2003 but his current whereabouts are unknown.