Victoria Derbyshire to star in new TV news show

Victoria Derbyshire

Victoria Derbyshire

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BOLTON journalist and presenter Victoria Derbyshire is to launch a new daily news and current affairs programme.

Victoria will be moving to the BBC News Channel after 16 years of on Radio 5 Live.

The BBC said she will "develop a television programme that will feature exclusive interviews, agenda-setting discussion and audience debates" as well as breaking news.

The programme, which will also be shown online and will use what the BBC is calling "innovative" ways of interacting with the audience via social media.

Details have not yet been released.

The BBC's director of news and current affairs, James Harding, said: “Victoria has rightly won many awards for her ability to find the stories that matter in the lives of people in this country.

"We are very excited to bring her range of interests, determination to get to the bottom of the story, and her capacity to surprise, to a television audience.”

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6:58pm Wed 9 Jul 14

wsw69 says...

Victoria Derbyshire IS NOT, and never has been from Bolton. She was born in Ramsbottom, which for you numb nuts at the Bolton Snooze, is in Bury.
Victoria Derbyshire IS NOT, and never has been from Bolton. She was born in Ramsbottom, which for you numb nuts at the Bolton Snooze, is in Bury. wsw69
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7:13pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Ernagy2 says...

wsw69 wrote:
Victoria Derbyshire IS NOT, and never has been from Bolton. She was born in Ramsbottom, which for you numb nuts at the Bolton Snooze, is in Bury.
Lived most of her life in Turton if I remember rightly , but, is a keen / was a keen BWFC supporter.
[quote][p][bold]wsw69[/bold] wrote: Victoria Derbyshire IS NOT, and never has been from Bolton. She was born in Ramsbottom, which for you numb nuts at the Bolton Snooze, is in Bury.[/p][/quote]Lived most of her life in Turton if I remember rightly , but, is a keen / was a keen BWFC supporter. Ernagy2
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7:13pm Wed 9 Jul 14

Ernagy2 says...

Looks like shes going to be the next kilroy
Looks like shes going to be the next kilroy Ernagy2
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7:33pm Wed 9 Jul 14

wsw69 says...

Ernagy2 wrote:
wsw69 wrote:
Victoria Derbyshire IS NOT, and never has been from Bolton. She was born in Ramsbottom, which for you numb nuts at the Bolton Snooze, is in Bury.
Lived most of her life in Turton if I remember rightly , but, is a keen / was a keen BWFC supporter.
For the last 17 years she's lived in London and is still there. She lived in Turton for a very brief time and has always supported BWFC as you say.

Either way, she's not from Bolton as the glory hunting Bolton Snooze is trying to portray. As we all know, the Bolton Snooze is not very good at 'doing facts'.
[quote][p][bold]Ernagy2[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]wsw69[/bold] wrote: Victoria Derbyshire IS NOT, and never has been from Bolton. She was born in Ramsbottom, which for you numb nuts at the Bolton Snooze, is in Bury.[/p][/quote]Lived most of her life in Turton if I remember rightly , but, is a keen / was a keen BWFC supporter.[/p][/quote]For the last 17 years she's lived in London and is still there. She lived in Turton for a very brief time and has always supported BWFC as you say. Either way, she's not from Bolton as the glory hunting Bolton Snooze is trying to portray. As we all know, the Bolton Snooze is not very good at 'doing facts'. wsw69
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11:13am Thu 10 Jul 14

AntiMSM says...

"The BBC's director of news and current affairs, James Harding, said: “Victoria has rightly won many awards for her ability to find the stories that matter in the lives of people in this country."

The BBC only show news and make programmes that fit the purpose of dividing the religions, cultures and ethnic groups by use of propaganda. It is not the actual truth and the BBC are puppets of the government. They also charge each household approx £150 per year to basically deceive and control many people!! Good luck Victoria you have sold your soul to the devil!
"The BBC's director of news and current affairs, James Harding, said: “Victoria has rightly won many awards for her ability to find the stories that matter in the lives of people in this country." The BBC only show news and make programmes that fit the purpose of dividing the religions, cultures and ethnic groups by use of propaganda. It is not the actual truth and the BBC are puppets of the government. They also charge each household approx £150 per year to basically deceive and control many people!! Good luck Victoria you have sold your soul to the devil! AntiMSM
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6:57pm Thu 10 Jul 14

the hand says...

AntiMSM wrote:
"The BBC's director of news and current affairs, James Harding, said: “Victoria has rightly won many awards for her ability to find the stories that matter in the lives of people in this country."

The BBC only show news and make programmes that fit the purpose of dividing the religions, cultures and ethnic groups by use of propaganda. It is not the actual truth and the BBC are puppets of the government. They also charge each household approx £150 per year to basically deceive and control many people!! Good luck Victoria you have sold your soul to the devil!
Dick head
[quote][p][bold]AntiMSM[/bold] wrote: "The BBC's director of news and current affairs, James Harding, said: “Victoria has rightly won many awards for her ability to find the stories that matter in the lives of people in this country." The BBC only show news and make programmes that fit the purpose of dividing the religions, cultures and ethnic groups by use of propaganda. It is not the actual truth and the BBC are puppets of the government. They also charge each household approx £150 per year to basically deceive and control many people!! Good luck Victoria you have sold your soul to the devil![/p][/quote]Dick head the hand
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