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1British A person who introduces and appears in a television or radio programme:‘a TV presenter’‘the presenter of the programme’
- ‘BBC Talent is looking for weather presenters for English regional television news.’
- ‘The girl, Fiona, leaves for Birmingham and becomes a popular presenter for a national radio show.’
- ‘He is also a reporter and presenter on the television news programme BBC London News.’
- ‘Paul Honeyman was a news presenter with Tyne Tees Television in Newcastle.’
- ‘Temporary presenters for the programmes will host the shows while further consideration is given to who will take over in the long term.’
- ‘Television and radio presenters Mike Smith and Sarah Green were there to wave everyone off and Miss Green herself took part.’
- ‘Baker did not appear in vision because at that time presenters did not appear on screen.’
- ‘Three BBC Radio Norfolk presenters are swapping seats to present new shows at the radio station from 8 July.’
- ‘Television presenters and radio DJs will also be at the show to meet and greet their fans.’
- ‘The newspapers were full of it, radio and television presenters blabbed on about it.’
- ‘There will also be hands-on activities and the chance to talk informally with well known presenters from TV and radio.’
- ‘The BBC is not immune to this, with programmes and presenters behaving exactly as their commercial counterparts.’
- ‘He most recently worked as one of the main anchor presenters of ITN News Direct, in London.’
- ‘He was one of the few radio presenters in the UK to have interviewed Marvin Gaye.’
- ‘But he is back with the BBC as the presenter of a new chat show with sporting personalities.’
- ‘On radio, Barry was the first presenter of Talkback on Radio Ulster and presented Good Morning Ulster.’
- ‘You are the guest of an Asian presenter on a multi-cultural radio programme.’
- ‘In each programme the presenters visit a location and use moves suggested by that location to introduce a song and its dance routine.’
- ‘Everyday we're making a real difference to people's lives - and not many radio presenters can honestly say that!’
- ‘He was also a former presenter of the BBC Radio Four disability programme Does He Take Sugar?’
2A person who formally presents an award or honour to someone:‘Jennifer Lopez was a presenter at the Hollywood Film Awards last night and had the honor of presenting the award for ‘Best Animation’’
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