BBC Weather was first broadcast cast in January 1954 and forms a key part of BBC1’s news bulletins.
BBC weather is a news segment dedicated to providing weather forecasts. It currently forms a key part of each BBC news programme and is presented by a special team of professionals contracted to the Met Office.
Examples of news programmes which incorporate this segment, include:
BBC Breakfast: The weather news segment is presented by Carol Kirkwood , who reports live from the Blue Peter Garden.
The BBC News at One: It is presented during the last few minutes of the programme, by Peter Gibbs, Nina Ridge, or Nick Miller.
The BBC News at Ten: During this programme, the weather forecast is provided after the regional news from the BBC Weather Centre. The team of presenters responsible for presenting the weather forecast during this segment include: Rob McElwee, Peter Gibbs, John Hammond or Philip Avery.
BBC Weather can be viewed via the free on demand service, Youriplayer.co.uk which also provides reruns of other news bulletins.
Additional information on regional and international weather can be obtained from the BBC Weather website.
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