Howard Stableford

Howard Stableford

Howard Stableford (born April 12 1959) is a television and radio presenter.

Howard grew up in Preston, Lancashire, the son of a business skills lecturer and a shipping agent. He attended Hutton Grammar School. His time at Durham University reading for a Geography degree also included playing rugby and acting in student theatre.

BBC Radio Lancashire gave Howard his first break into broadcasting, followed by BBC Radio Northampton and BBC Children's TV. There, he hosted Beat the Teacher and presented Newsround amongst many other programmes before joining the BBC's flagship science and technology programme Tomorrow's World in 1985. More recently Howard has worked for BBC Radio 4, the Open University, Granada and NBC.

Howard Stableford is also President of the UK's Institute of Patentees and Inventors. Howard is now living in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA. He is married with two daughters aged twelve and fourteen.He is a fan of his home town football team:-Preston North End.

Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Игры ⚽ Нужно решить контрольную?

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Stableford (homonymie) — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Stableford stableford en golf Brian Stableford (né en 1948), écrivain de steampunk Howard Stableford (né en 1959), personnalité de la télévision… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Howard Waldrop — (* 15. September 1946 in Houston, Mississippi) ist ein US amerikanischer Science Fiction Schriftsteller. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben und Werke 2 Bibliographie 2.1 Romane …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Beat the Teacher — infobox television show name = Beat the Teacher caption = format = Game show runtime = creator = Clive Doig presenter = Bruno Brookes, Howard Stableford, Paul Jones country = UK network = BBC Television num series = num episodes = first aired =… …   Wikipedia

  • April 12 — Events* 467 Anthemius is elevated to Emperor of the Western Roman Empire. *1557 Cuenca is founded in Ecuador. *1606 The Union Flag is adopted as the flag of Great Britain. *1633 The formal inquest of Galileo Galilei by the Inquisition begins.… …   Wikipedia

  • Amber — is fossil tree resin, which is appreciated for its color and beauty. Good quality amber is used for the manufacture of ornamental objects and jewellery. Although not mineralized, it is often classified as a gemstone. A common misconception is… …   Wikipedia

  • Tomorrow's World — Infobox Television show name = Tomorrow s World caption = show name 2 = genre = Factual, Science Technology creator = Glyn Jones director = creative director = developer = presenter = Numerous (see Content) starring = voices = narrated = theme… …   Wikipedia

  • BBC Radio Northampton — Infobox Radio Station name = BBC Radio Northampton city = Northampton area = Northamptonshire branding = slogan = airdate = June 16, 1982 frequency = 104.2 MHz, 103.6FM share = 9.8% share as of = March 2008 share source =… …   Wikipedia

  • Newsround — For the entertainment website, see Newgrounds. Newsround The Newsround logo since 2002 Format Children s news magazine Created by …   Wikipedia

  • Bruno Brookes — (born Trevor Neil Brookes in Stoke on Trent [ [ Aircheck Tracker]] , 24 April, 1959) is a British radio presenter who became famous in the 1980s.Early life and careerBrookes attended… …   Wikipedia

  • Prix Locus de la meilleure nouvelle longue — Les prix Locus sont décernés chaque année, depuis 1971, par les lecteurs du magazine américain mensuel de science fiction Locus lors de la Westercons qui se déroule le quatrième week end de juillet. La catégorie de la meilleure nouvelle longue… …   Wikipédia en Français

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”