Presenters and Reporters S


Welcome to our section about those BBC people with a name beginning with S who have bought us the news over the years

 

KAFLOO SHANNON

 

1964

 

JOHN SIMPSON

John Simpson joined the BBC as a reporter in 1970 and went on to cover various conflicts across the globe including the Gulf and Iraq wars where he was injured and became deaf in one ear

 

1980s 1990s
 
2004  

 

PETER SISSONS

1942 - 2019

Peter Sissons joined the BBC from ITN in 1989 as presenter of the political programme Question Time, he was also presneter for the nine and ten o'clock news bulletins until 2003. He was the first to report on the death of the Queen Mother on the BBC which got him into some bother as he was wearing a burgandy tie rather than a black one which was customary.

Peter Sissions went on to read the afternoon news on BBC News 24 and would appear from time to time on BBC One at the weekend or in the vacant slot when the Andrew Marr show was on it's summer break. Sissons retired from the BBC in 2009.

 

2000

 

 

PETER STEWART

 

1964

 

 

MOIRA STUART

Moira Stuart was the first Afro-Carribean woman newsreader on the BBC, she joined the corporation in 1981 and has presented in most time slots for BBC News and became a well known voice both on BBC Television and BBC Radio having read the news for the Chris Evans Breakfast Show. Moira left the BBC in 2018 and can now be heard on Classic FM

 

1983 2004

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