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Vivien Creegor enjoyed a meteoric rise to fame with BBC Television. Starting as a secretary she rose through the ranks to the position of Production Assistant for BBC Radio Drama, an abridger for BBC Radio 4’s legendary ‘A Book at Bedtime’ and culminating in newscasting for BBC1, BBC2, and BBC Radio 4. She later moved to the multi award winning Sky World News as the anchor newsreader where she is still the figurehead. A highly respected journalist, Vivien has worked for many years with the United Nations, often as a Goodwill Ambassador and is the only British Woman to be continually used to chair UN Conferences. Vivien is an excellent choice for awards ceremonies and conference facilitation.
"Thank you for your magnificent performance at the PROMAX UK AWARDS, with your co presenter, Trevor McDonald. We were all truly spell bound by your incredible delivery - what brilliant timing you have and what talent."
CHIEF EXECUTIVE - PARADIGM WORLDWIDE LTD
I would like to thank you most sincerely for the crucial role you played in the Technical Discussions on Women, Health and Development. The skill with which you guided the deliberations of the group discussing morbidity/mortality patterns affecting women of all ages ensured optimal participation from all sectors of the audience. It was a pleasure working with you.
DR ALEYA HAMMAD, SPECIAL ADVISOR TO THE DIRECTOR GENERAL, WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION, UN GENEVA.
Conference Hosts, News & Current Affairs
Ultimate triathlete, James Ketchell, is due to depart on his next adventure rowing solo and unsupported around GB tomorrow - Saturday 25th June from London's St Katherine's Dock at 5 pm.
Jack Whitehall is set to star in a forthcoming BBC2 TV adaptation of Decline and Fall by Evelyn Waugh. He will star in the three part mini-series, which is the first version of the book for the screen.
Liz Bonnin presents `Should We Close Our Zoos?' this Sunday 17th April at 9 pm on BBC2. The programme has been rated an "excellent, troubling film" by the Radio Times
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