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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
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Carol Vorderman's 'special friends' dating admission as Gogglebox star vows to stay single
Carol Vorderman, 61, is among some of the biggest household names in the UK, and is best known for co-hosting on Countdown.So it comes as no surprise that the star's love life often draws attention from her devoted fans. In the past, she has made headlines thanks to her high-profile relationships with journalist and broadcaster Des Kelly and Red Arrows veteran Graham Duff.When she first met them, however, she already had two marriages behind her.Her first husband was Christopher Mather, to whom she tied the knot in 1985 at the age of 24. Christopher was an international rugby league player at the time.The couple divorced a year later in 1986.Since the split, Carol has spoken on her BBC Radio Wales radio show about their relationship, revealing the marriage was rocky, with the couple splitting up and then getting back together many times.By 1990, the then-29-year-old was remarried to Patrick King, a management consultant.The pair had two children together, Katie and Cameron.Carol and Patrick remained married for 10 years before getting a divorce in 2000.Just a year prior, Carol met broadcaster and British journalist Des Kelly at a Christmas party in 1999.They lived together in London from 2001, as well as spending time in their second house in West Cork, Ireland.After five years of being in a relationship together, the couple separated in December 2006.
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Gabby Logan, 48, distracts BBC viewers as she showcases ageless beauty on Freeze The Fear
Gabby Logan seemed to be the talk of the town during the first episode of BBC's Freeze the Fear with Wim Hof, as many fans were obsessed with her ageless beauty.The 48-year-old presenter faced her fears as she took part in the icy challenges presented to her by Dutch motivational speaker Wim.But although there were a lot of things going on, several fans couldn't seem to take their eyes off of the sports host.Jumping on Twitter, fans shared their thoughts.One person said: "How amazing is Gabby's figure middle age means nothing."Another shared: "Gabby Logan is just incredible."A third added: "Gabby Logan near 50 want a woman hot as hell." Meanwhile, a fourth impressed fan penned: "I do like Gabby Logan…nice lady."The brand new BBC series presented by Holly Willoughby and Lee Mack will follow eight keen celebrities as they give up their warm cosy lives to live in the Italian mountains in blistering cold conditions.During the next few weeks, the celebs will be faced with several daunting and cold challenges which will push their minds and bodies to the limit.As well as Gabby, the other celebrity participants include Patrice Evra, Alfie Boe, Tamzin Outhwaite, Owain Wyn Evans, Dianne Buswell, Professor Green and Chelcee Grimes.But despite the promising start, some viewers were unsure whether it was worth the watch.Taking to Twitter, one spectator wrote: "Seriously. There’s a program about 'celebs' squealing about jumping into cold water directed by an utterly bizarre German guy.
Owain Wyn Evans - 'Keith Moon would've approved!' BBC Breakfast's Owain Wyn Evans slams viewer's 'camp' jibe - express
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'Keith Moon would've approved!' BBC Breakfast's Owain Wyn Evans slams viewer's 'camp' jibe
BBC Breakfast weatherman Owain Wyn Evans has taken to Twitter to hit back at a troll after they left a comment criticising his drumming, branding it "limp-wristed" and "effeminate".The BBC star, 38, didn't hesitate to fire back after the rude social media user claimed that the Welsh star's drumming skills would have "offended" The Who's drummer, the late Keith Moon.In view of his 119,800 Twitter followers, the BBC presenter wished his fans a good morning before firing back at the troll.Owain fired back at the viewer who had criticised him by writing: "Good morning dahlings!"As you know, I am more than happy with my limp-wristed, effeminate drumming."Keith Moon, as well as being an amazing drummer, enjoyed dressing up in drag…"So would probably have approved of a camp drummer," he added, alongside a laughing emoji and a drum emoji.Owain accompanied the tweet with a smiling selfie he took while sitting at his drum kit.In a follow-up tweet, Owain went on to share a montage of snaps of the '60s drummer in drag.Owain penned: "Some pics of Keith Moon looking absolutely fabulous in drag."His comments came in response to a rude comment about his drumming abilities.The BBC Breakfast viewer wrote: "Keith Moon would be turning in his grave if he had to witness that limped-wrist, effeminate attempt to play the drums."Following Owain's remarks, his fans soon flocked to the comments to defend his drum playing.@JamesinFFM replied: "@OwainWynEvans I can’t think of a better thing for a drummer than to have flexible wrists."The amazing fashion sense and the sparkling personality are definitely a bonus, but those divine wrists seal the deal for me."@ScutcherM added: "I first heard and saw you drumming when you did the news theme, I enjoyed
Russell T.Davies - Owain Wyn Evans - Joe Lycett - Rylan Clark - BBC's Owain Wyn Evans delights fans as he confirms he’s nominated for major award - dailystar.co.uk - Britain
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BBC's Owain Wyn Evans delights fans as he confirms he’s nominated for major award
BBC Breakfast weather presenter Owain Wyn Evans left his fans and famous pals delighted on Tuesday (February 15) as he made a huge career announcement.Owain, who was recently awarded his own talk show - Owain's Talking Shop - on Welsh language channel S4C, has been nominated for a huge award which could catapult his career.And the announcement came with plenty of support from his famous friends - including famed Doctor Who writer Russell T Davies.Taking to Instagram to announce the big news, Owain shared a snap from the British LGBT Awards 2022, indicating that he has been nominated as a top 10 broadcaster, journalist or host.He wrote: "Dahlings… I am absolutely thrilled to hear that I’ve been nominated in the Broadcaster, Journalist or Host category at the 2022 @britishLGBTawards."Honoured to be perched alongside some HUGE icons in that category, thank you British LGBT Awards!"Owain is featured alongside icons such as comedian Joe Lycett, Chatty Man host Alan Carr and X Factor star Rylan Clark.The official awards account tweeted: "@OwainWynEvans has reclaimed the word flamboyant and it just makes us love his quirky character even more!"Here’s to celebrating you in the Top 10 Broadcaster, Journalist or Host category at the #BritishLGBTAwards."Fans can now vote for Owain to be crowned the overall 2022 winner of the award.
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Owain Wyn Evans posts exciting career announcement as fans 'miss him doing weather'
BBC star Owain Wyn Evans has made an exciting career announcement after he revealed that he’d landed his own Welsh-language chat show.The meteorologist, who regularly appears on shows like BBC Breakfast and BBC North West, took to social media to inform his 88,000 followers of a huge new move in his career.He has been missing from BBC news programmes and incredibly busy with his new chat show, Owain’s Talking Shop or Siop Siarad Owain in Welsh, which airs on Welsh-language channel S4C.Along with his new endeavour, Owain is still recovering from an epic 24-hour drumathon which saw him raise a staggering £3.8million in donations for Children In Need.But now it looks like Owain will return to his weather presenting roots, as he wowed fans with an adorable snap of him heading to a pub in the Yorkshire Dales to enjoy a very tiny glass of beer.He promised fans he will soon be returning to both BBC Radio 2 and BBC North West from Monday (February 7).In the sweet snap posted to Owain’s Instagram page, he could be seen wearing a thick emerald green jumper while holding a tiny beer stein with three fingers, the others held delicately aloft.The star pursed his lips to take a well-deserved sip of his drink as he gazed towards the camera, his iconic strawberry-blonde quiff of hair perfectly coiffed.Owain explained in the caption: "Dahlings… after a long day of mincing elegantly around the Yorkshire Dales it’s time for a very bijou pint-ette of beer."I hope you’re having a deluxe weekend! Back on @BBCRadio2 and @BBCNorthWest on Monday!"The news was well received from his tens of thousands of fans, as one said: "Missed you doing the weather!" with a row of love heart emojis."Good, I’ve missed you!" another added, as someone else
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