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Nick Owen

£2000 - £5000

Nick Owen is best known as the host of BBC Midlands Today, a position he has held since 1997.
 
Nick was one of the first faces on UK breakfast television - presenting the sport on the very first day of TV-am in 1983. Within eight weeks, he had replaced David Frost as the main anchorman and was soon joined by Anne Diamond. That was the start of a partnership that included Good Morning with Anne and Nick a decade later for BBC 1.
 
Nick Owen was ITV Sport's main presenter for six years, taking over from Brian Moore in 1986. Apart from the regular weekly show, Midweek Sport Special, he also anchored the Olympics of 1988 and the World Cup of 1990.
 
He’s hosted three game shows, reported for the old travel programme Wish You Were Here and presented all the royal film premier programmes on ITV from 1986 to 1992, when he had frequent involvement with Princess Diana.

These days Nick has branched into the after dinner circuit, speaking about this career experience and entertaining audiences all over the country.