BBC Weather Former Presenters

Sarah Wilmshurst presented the Weather across all of the BBC’s news outlets. Sarah joined the BBC Weather Centre in December 1997 and began broadcasting on BBC World and BBC Prime, then other channels from June 1999. She is married, to… Read more

Michael Fish was Britains longest-serving weather forecaster and one of the best known until he retired in 2004. Michael joined the BBC in 1971, forecasting on radio. He then gradually moved onto television and became one of the BBC’s main… Read more

Helen Young was BBC Weather’s lead presenter until November 2005 when she left the corporation to spend more time with here family. Helen presented the Weather across all of the BBC’s news outlets. Helen first appeared on BBC West in… Read more

Suzanne Charlton is a part time BBC Weather forecaster. Suzanne returned to the BBC in 2006 after leaving in 1998 after nine years to become a full time mum. Suzanne is the daughter of former Manchester United and England footballer,… Read more

Jo Farrow is a British broadcast meteorologist. A Met Office forecaster, Farrow has worked for BBC News, BBC Radio 4 and BBC Nations and Regions. Farrow has also worked with the ITV Weather team, providing graphics for ITV’s own National… Read more

Rob McElwee presented the Weather across all of the BBC’s news outlets. Rob became a member of the BBC Television’s weather team in May 1991, making his first appearance on screen on July 23 1991. He is now the longest… Read more

Peter Gibbs presented the Weather across all of the BBC’s news outlets. Peter began television broadcasting as a forecaster with BBC Norwich’s Look East in 1993, and moved to the BBC Weather Centre to join the BBC World team in… Read more

Penny Tranter presented the Weather across all of the BBC’s news outlets. Penny joined the BBC’s weather team in June 1992, making her first television appearance on November the 7th of that year. Penny Tranter was born in Kilwinning, Ayrshire,… Read more

Kirsty McCabe (born in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire) is a Scottish weather forecaster working for Sky News. Early life While at high school McCabe was an early member of the Palace Youth Theatre which was a joint venture between Kilmarnock and Loudoun… Read more

John Hammond presented the Weather across all of the BBC’s news outlets. John joined the BBC in 2003 from ITV. He spent around 7 years as a Met Office forecaster at ITV. John was born in Bosham, West Sussex in… Read more

Isobel Lang presents the Weather on Sky News. Isobel joined the Meteorological Office in September 1991 and after working at ITV, she joined the BBC in 1995. She was then a regular forecaster across all of the BBC’s outlets. Isobel… Read more

Elizabeth Sary presented the Weather across all of the BBC’s news outlets. She joined the Met Office in December 2000 to train as a forecaster. She then trained as a broadcast meterologist at the BBC. Elizabeth was born in London… Read more

Daniel Corbett is a former Weather presenter for the BBC. Daniel joined the BBC in 1997 to help launch the rolling news channel BBC News 24. He then left the corporation in 2001 but rejoined in 2004 and presented across… Read more

Alex Deakin is a former weather presenter for the BBC. Alex joined the BBC in 2000, initially appearing in the BBC South East region as well as on BBC News 24. He presented the weather on all channels including BBC1… Read more

Victoria Graham co-presents Spotlight, the BBC’s regional news programme for the South West, with Justin Leigh. Victoria took over from Teresa Driscoll as the main female presenter of Spotlight in January 2006. Prior to this, she was a presenter and… Read more