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Mary Nightingale

Newspresenter

Mary Nightingale joined ITV's newscasting team in 2001 and presents the ITV Evening News.
She won the accolade of Newscaster of the Year in the 2002 Television and Radio Industries Club (Tric) awards.

Mary played a key role in ITV's General Election night programme, ITV Election 2001, presenting constant updates and constituency results during the eight-hour broadcast.

Until April 1999, Mary was co-presenter with Alastair Stewart of London News Network's flagship news programme London… 

Mary Nightingale joined ITV's newscasting team in 2001 and presents the ITV Evening News.
She won the accolade of Newscaster of the Year in the 2002 Television and Radio Industries Club (Tric) awards.

Mary played a key role in ITV's General Election night programme, ITV Election 2001, presenting constant updates and constituency results during the eight-hour broadcast.

Until April 1999, Mary was co-presenter with Alastair Stewart of London News Network's flagship news programme London Tonight and was the sole presenter of London Today, Carlton's lunchtime magazine programme.
She also presented the daily late news bulletins of London Tonight.
Mary anchored ITV's flagship holiday programme Wish You Were Here from 1999-2001 and also presented The Really Good Food Show, I-Spy and Most Wanted. In November 2000 she started presenting Ratrap for ITV.
She has also co-presented Carlton Country, a factual series about life in the countryside, as well as presenting the Holiday Programme on BBC 1.
In 1996 Mary presented BBC 2's Ski Sunday, fronting the World Skiing Championships from Sierra Nevada and in 1995 she worked as co-presenter on ITV's Rugby World Cup coverage from South Africa on the regular evening highlights programme.
Mary started her journalism career as a presenter and writer on World Business Satellite for TV Tokyo.
She then went on to work for BBC World Service Television's World Business Report as a presenter and writer, covering economic and corporate news, including interviews with analysts, economists, plus regular live two-way links with overseas correspondents.
Mary also worked for Reuters Financial Television in 1994 as a presenter on the early morning financial programme, transmitted to city dealers at their desks, and on bulletins issued throughout the day. In 1995 Mary worked for ITN, presenting weekend editions of ITN's World News service.

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