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MARTYN LEWIS - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 154416

MARTYN LEWIS The British newscaster is shown smiling in this signed 5x3½ color photograph Photograph signed: "Martyn Lewis" in black felt. 5x3½. Martyn Lewis CBE (b. 1945) is a British television news presenter and journalist.

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MARTYN LEWIS
The British newscaster is shown smiling in this signed 5x3½ color photograph
Photograph signed: "Martyn Lewis" in black felt. 5x3½. Martyn Lewis CBE (b. 1945) is a British television news presenter and journalist. Lewis became the first presenter of the One O'Clock News on BBC One on October 27, 1986 when it launched as part of the introduction of the channel's daytime schedule, replacing News After Noon. Subsequently, he presented other bulletins including the Six O'Clock News and Nine O'Clock News. Lewis played a prominent role in the announcement of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales on Sunday 31 August 1997. During the marathon coverage which was simulcast on BBC1, BBC World along with broadcasters around the world which took in the BBC news feed, Lewis was almost brought to tears following Tony Blair's "People's Princess" statement. Lewis was the long-running host, from 1993, of the BBC news-based quiz show Today's the Day. He also appeared as a newsreader in the 1999 James Bond film The World Is Not Enough, in The Bill and The Vicar of Dibley in 2000, and in archive footage featured in the 2006 film The Queen. He presented his last bulletin at the start of May 1999 from Edinburgh, reporting on Scottish devolution, signing off with, "And from me, it's goodbye." Toned. Adhesive residue on front and verso.

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