David DIMBLEBY

Biography

Gender Male
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Birthdate 1938-10-28
Education Charterhouse, ChCh Oxford, Paris Univ, Perugia Univ
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Style David Dimbleby, Esq
Career broadcaster; news reporter BBC Bristol 1960-61; presenter and interviewer on network programmes incl: Quest (religion), What's New (science for children), In My Opinion (politics), Top of the Form 1961-63; documentary films incl: Ku-Klux-Klan, The Forgotten Million, Cyprus - The Thin Blue Line 1964-65, South Africa - The White Tribe 1979 (RTS supreme documentary award), The Struggle for South Africa 1990 (US Emmy award, Monte Carlo Golden Nymph award), US-UK Relations - An Ocean Apart (7 films) 1988, David Dimbleby's India 1997, Rebellion 1999; special corr CBS News New York, film reports (and documentary film Texas-England) for 60 minutes 1966-68, commentator Current Events 1969, presenter 24 Hours (BBC1) 1969-72, chm The Dimbleby Talk-In 1971-74, films for Reporter at Large 1973, Election Campaign Report 1974; presenter: Panorama (BBC1) 1974-77 and 1980-82 (reporter 1967-69), People and Power 1982-83, BBC General Election Results programmes 1979, 1983, 1987, 1992, 1997 and 2001, This Week Next Week 1984-86, Question Time 1994-, A Picture of Britain (BBC) 2005; live commentary on public occasions incl: State Opening of Parliament, Trooping the Colour, wedding of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, Queen Mother's 90th birthday parade (RTS outstanding documentary award), meml services incl Sir Laurence Olivier (RTS outstanding documentary award); chm Dimbleby and Sons Ltd 1986-2001 (md 1966-86); winner of Richard Dimbleby Award for Personal Contribution in Factual TV BAFTA 1998
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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