Graham Bell is fondly remembered as an Anglia TV announcer, from 1966, and co-host of the nightly news magazine programme About Anglia, a job he held for 18 years from 1969, making him one of Anglia’s longest-serving presenters. During this period he fronted many other programmes for Anglia, including Portrait of a Village and Miss Anglia, as well as religious and documentary series. During his time on About Anglia, Bell worked with several co-presenters, including Jane Probyn, Pam Rhodes, Christine Webber and Patrick Anthony.

In the late-1980s Anglia’s news operations were revamped, first with a relaunched About Anglia, and then as Anglia News, with separate editions for the two halves of the region (although both broadcast simultaneously from Anglia’s Norwich HQ). Graham Bell switched back to continuity announcing and voiceovers for the regional Crimestoppers programme, as well as hosting the BC birthday greetings slot.

Graham died in 1997, aged 57, after a career spanning four decades with Anglia Television.

 

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