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Cliff Mitchelmore and his wife Jean Metcalfe at their home in Reigate, Surrey Featured 23 Jul 1970 Print

Cliff Mitchelmore and his wife Jean Metcalfe at their home in Reigate, Surrey

Cliff Mitchelmore and his wife Jean Metcalfe at their home in Reigate, Surrey.
In a career spanning some 60 years, Cliff Michelmore anchored coverage of events including the Apollo moon landings and two general elections. He presented BBC Television show Tonight from 1957 to 1965.
On 4 March 1950 he married Jean Metcalfe, a BBC announcer, who presented Two-Way Family Favourites in London while he was presenting the Hamburg link in the programme for the British Forces Broadcasting Service. The two did not meet face to face for six months, but after meeting they were quickly engaged and married. Cliff called it love at first hearing
They had a daughter, actress Jenny Michelmore, and a son, broadcaster and composer Guy Michelmore
Cliff interviewed figures including Prince Charles, Prime Minister Harold Wilson and a 17-year-old David Bowie.
He also anchored major live events, including news of the assassination of President John F Kennedy in 1963, which broke while he was live on air.
He was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in 1969.
Picture taken 23rd July 1970Cliff Mitchelmore and his wife Jean Metcalfe at their home in Reigate, Surrey.
In a career spanning some 60 years, Cliff Michelmore anchored coverage of events including the Apollo moon landings and two general elections. He presented BBC Television show Tonight from 1957 to 1965.
On 4 March 1950 he married Jean Metcalfe, a BBC announcer, who presented Two-Way Family Favourites in London while he was presenting the Hamburg link in the programme for the British Forces Broadcasting Service. The two did not meet face to face for six months, but after meeting they were quickly engaged and married. Cliff called it love at first hearing
They had a daughter, actress Jenny Michelmore, and a son, broadcaster and composer Guy Michelmore
Cliff interviewed figures including Prince Charles, Prime Minister Harold Wilson and a 17-year-old David Bowie.
He also anchored major live events, including news of the assassination of President John F Kennedy in 1963, which broke while he was live on air.
He was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in 1969.
Picture taken 23rd July 1970

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