Michael John FISH

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1944-04-27
Education Eastbourne Coll, City Univ
Publications N/A
Recreations travel, wine and good food
Clubs N/A
Style Dr Michael Fish, MBE
Career meteorologist and sr broadcast meteorologist; Meteorological Office Gatwick Airport 1962-65, posted to Bracknell as scientific offr 1965-67; BBC Weather Centre (London Weather Centre until 1991): joined 1967, higher scientific offr 1971-89, sr scientific offr 1989-2004; first radio broadcasts 1971 (BBC), first TV broadcasts 1974; ret from Meteorological Office 2004, but continues to present weather on BBC South East; numerous appearances on TV and radio in various light entertainment and factual progs; latterly appearances in: Play What I Wrote (tour), French Paste (Shaw Theatre); famous for the 'hurricane gaffe' Oct 1987; features in opening ceremony London Olympics 2012; also co-ordinator trg courses for TV weather crews in Africa, meteorological conslt for numerous pubns, specialist and lectr on climate change, travel writer and storm-chaser; after dinner speaker, narrator of voice-overs and award ceremony host; patron of several charities incl Age UK and Woodland Tst; TV Weather Presenter of the Year TRIC Awards 2004, The Greatest Br Weather Veteran 2011; Tie Man of the Year four times in the 1990s, believed to be the longest serving broadcast meterologist in the world; Hon DSc: City Univ 1996, Univ of Exeter 2005; Freeman City of London 1997; FRMetS 1965
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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