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Juliet Morris

Juliet Morris left 2000 with a new series of BBC's House Detectives and the Victorian Roadshow and began 2001 with the re-launched Heaven and Earth Show (again live) and a look at classic travel in Vintage & Veteran (Meridian)

Having ended '99 by delving into strange and bizarre happenings for BBC 1 TV's Mysteries, Juliet took a major part in BBC TV's live Millennium Night.

For BBC's Breakfast News, Breakfast News Extra and BBC TV News, Juliet brought a sure touch to one of the… 

Juliet Morris left 2000 with a new series of BBC's House Detectives and the Victorian Roadshow and began 2001 with the re-launched Heaven and Earth Show (again live) and a look at classic travel in Vintage & Veteran (Meridian)

Having ended '99 by delving into strange and bizarre happenings for BBC 1 TV's Mysteries, Juliet took a major part in BBC TV's live Millennium Night.

For BBC's Breakfast News, Breakfast News Extra and BBC TV News, Juliet brought a sure touch to one of the most testing jobs in live television, a skill further demonstrated with the studio audience of Here & Now.

Her honest but witty eye lent substance to three series of The Travel Show. She presented heroics for 999, sleuthed for Good Fortune and fronted the Good Food Show.

To BBC TV's Newsround - which she presented daily, Juliet added a stunning series of reports for Newsround Extra including a chilling portrait of the children living in Colombia's sewers.

Juliet's live skills shine on the big occasion - as in BBC TV's coverage of VE Day or the Opening of The Channel Tunnel. In '99 her presentation of The Whitbread Literary Awards was outstanding.

From the start of her career at BBC SW's Spotlight Juliet built a solid reputation as interviewer and investigator tackling projects of complexity and gravitas. A recent testimony to her sure and sensitive touch was her '99 Panorama report on suicide amongst young people. 

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