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Phillip Schofield - Carol Kirkwood - Owain Wyn Evans - BBC weather presenters now - tragic death at 51, famous family and career U-turn - dailystar.co.uk - county Evans
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BBC weather presenters now - tragic death at 51, famous family and career U-turn
BBC weather forecasters provide viewers with the best and worst news, revealing whether those summer barbecues will be going ahead or if they'll be rained off.And while the presenters aren't on screen for too long, faces like Carol Kirkwood and Owain Wyn Evans have become stars in their own rights – and some of their stories are far more interesting than the weather.Carol and Owain are just a few weather presenters who have garnered huge fanbases.Another is BBC presenter Tomasz Schafanaker, who reportedly counted the late Queen Elizabeth II as a fan.READ NEXT: BBC National Lottery stars now - sudden death, Phillip Schofield feud and flashing fansBut who were the weather presenters who came before Carol, Owain and Tomasz, to name a few?Here, Daily Star takes a look at where some of the BBC Weather stars are now.Long before Tomasz Schafanaker, Owain Wyn Evans or Carol Kirkwood, another meteorologist made history when they became the first person to broadcast the weather live on TV.After working as a weather forecaster for the Royal Air Force (RAF), George Cowling joined the BBC and presented the first televised weather broadcast on January 11, 1954.The broadcasts were much different from what we know today, with the BBC describing the presenter as using "charcoal sticks to draw weather features on two charts, one for today and one for tomorrow's forecast."Presenting alongside Tom Clifton, they became the first weather personality celebrities, with the press at the time naming them "Mr Shower and Mr Shine" and "Mr West and Mr Dry".It is reported that George was also a keen golfer, alongside fellow BBC weather presenters Jack Scott and Bert Foord, so it is handy that he knew what the weather would be like before setting out
Simon Cowell - Chris Evans - Bob Geldof - Denise Van-Outen - Chris Moyles - Big Breakfast Zig and Zag's backstage secrets – Bob Geldof link to 'puppet feud' - dailystar.co.uk - Britain - Ireland - Dublin - city Boomtown - county Evans
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Big Breakfast Zig and Zag's backstage secrets – Bob Geldof link to 'puppet feud'
X Factor's Simon Cowell, Zig and Zag were unstoppable.READ NEXT: Denise Van Outen flirts with Love Island's Davide as she says he is 'nervous' around herThey even made a return to our screens recently for a cameo in The Big Breakfast reboot – but will they return for good?After Zig and Zag's surprise appearance, Daily Star decided to take a closer look at Zig and Zag behind the scenes.Over five years before Zig and Zag burst onto our TV screens on The Big Breakfast, the puppet duo already had a huge following in Ireland.The brothers made their debut in 1987 on RTE's Dempsey's Den – and became so popular that, in 1989, they won the TV Personality Of The Year Award.Zig and Zag were brought to life by puppeteers Mick O'Hara and Ciaran Morrison and remained on The Den until 1993, after a very famous star heard them on the radio and brought them to the UK.Boomtown Rats singer and Live Aid organiser Sir Bob Geldof was responsible for bringing Zig and Zag to the UK to appear on The Big Breakfast.Speaking to Chris Moyles on Radio X, Bob confirmed he was the person behind their introduction to the Channel 4 show, saying: "It was me."He also called their success one of his "most major achievements", with the duo going on to cause mayhem live on air alongside DJ Chris Evans in a segment called The Crunch.Speaking about the moment he first heard of Zig and Zag, he added: "Of course, they’re Irish, I mean those of you of a certain vintage – ie your vintage, Moyles – will remember them, but where I heard them was driving in the car in Dublin, on the radio.
Alice Rohrwacher - TIFF Announces 2022 Short Cuts Lineup - thewrap.com - France - USA - Italy - Ukraine - Germany - Portugal - Colombia - Afghanistan - county Evans - county Mckenzie
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TIFF Announces 2022 Short Cuts Lineup
À la vie à l’amor – Emilie Mannering | CanadaWorld PremiereAgainst Reality – Olivia Peace | United States of AmericaWorld PremiereAirhostess-737 – Thanasis Neofotistos | GreeceNorth American PremiereAll-inclusive (Todo incluido) – Duván Duque Vargas | Colombia, FranceWorld PremiereAnastasia (Анастасия) – Sarah McCarthy | UKCanadian PremiereBaba – Mbithi Masya | KenyaWorld Premierebackflip – Nikita Diakur | Germany, FranceNorth American PremiereCANARY – Pierre-Hugues Dallaire, Benoit Therriault | CanadaNorth American PremiereDiaspora – Tyler Mckenzie Evans | CanadaWorld PremiereGary Screams For You – Cody McGlashan, Nolan Sordyl | United States of AmericaWorld PremiereHills and Mountains (Koha wa Tapaha) – Salar Pashtoonyar | Afghanistan, CanadaWorld PremiereI’m On Fire – Michael Spiccia | United States of America, AustraliaWorld PremiereIce Merchants – João Gonzalez | Portugal, France, United KingdomNorth American PremiereIt’s What Each Person Needs – Sophy Romvari | CanadaWorld PremiereLay Me by the Shore – David Findlay | CanadaNorth American PremiereLe Pupille – Alice Rohrwacher | Italy, United States of AmericaCanadian PremiereLiturgy of Anti-Tank Obstacles (Літургія протитанкових перешкод) – Dmytro Sukholytkyy-Sobchuk | Ukraine, United States of AmericaNorth American PremiereMirror Mirror – Sandulela Asanda | South AfricaWorld PremiereMunicipal Relaxation Module – Matthew Rankin | CanadaWorld PremiereN’xaxaitkw – Asia Youngman | CanadaWorld PremiereNanitic - Carol Nguyen | CanadaWorld PremiereNo Ghost in the Morgue (Pas de fantôme à la morgue) – Marilyn Cooke | CanadaCanadian PremierePleasure Garden – Rita Ferrando | CanadaWorld PremiereQuiet Minds Silent Streets – Karen Chapman | CanadaWorld PremiereRest Stop –
Chris Evans - Robbie Williams - Russell Brand - David Walliams - Duncan James - Limp Bizkit - Lee Ryan - Christian Horner - Sacha Gervasi - Fred Durst - Geri Halliwell's relationship history and marriage to Christian Horner as she turns 50 - dailystar.co.uk - Britain - USA - county Evans
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Geri Halliwell's relationship history and marriage to Christian Horner as she turns 50
Geri Halliwell turns 50 today (August 6).The former Spice Girl and solo pop star was criticised by some fans this week after hugging Nadine Dorries in a selfie taken with the Tory MP at the women's Euros 2022 final.The It's Raining Men singer has regularly made headlines down the years - usually related to a string of high-profile relationships.While she has long settled down, here are some of Halliwell's past flings, boyfriends and fiancés before she married her husband, the Formula One team boss Christian Horner.After breaking up with polo playing beau Jamie Morrison, the singer formerly known as Ginger Spice briefly dated radio presenter and DJ Chris Evans in 1999.In a match made in pop heaven, Halliwell was with Robbie Williams for while from 2000 to 2001.She then moved on to Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst, before reportedly dating both Duncan James and Lee Ryan from Blue over the next few years.During a brief brief fling with screenwriter Sacha Gervasi, Halliwell fell pregnant with her daughter Bluebell Madonna.She later started dating Britain's Got Talent judge David Walliams - a romance said to have lasted only six weeks.Halliwell is said to have had an on and off relationship with Henry Beckwith from 2009 to 2011, before she reportedly dated Russell Brand for a few months after the pair met at the Olympics 2012 Closing Ceremony.Her marriage to Horner may have proven to be third time lucky for Halliwell.In 2008, she got engaged to shipping tycoon Fabrizio Politi, but that only lasted about four months.Previously, Halliwell was reportedly briefly engaged to a wealthy American named Demian Warner, soon after they met back in 2002.It has been suggested that Halliwell may also have been betrothed during her
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