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Amelia Reynolds (television presenter)
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Amelia Reynolds is a British television journalist who works for the BBC's early evening regional programme Look East.
Brought up in Fressingfield, Suffolk, Reynolds was educated locally in Suffolk at Stradbroke High School and Thomas Mills High School before attending Exeter University where she studied English and drama. After university she worked for an independent production company in Suffolk and travelled in Africa and Asia reporting for both BBC Radio 4 and the BBC World Service.
Reynolds' media career began at the now defunct Cambridge Red TV (which broadcast on the NTL Cable TV service from 1996–2004) in 1997 as a presenter on the Red Report.
She joined Look East in 2000 as a researcher, before moving on to presenting; in 2006 she took over as the female anchor whilst Susie Fowler-Watt was on maternity leave.
In 2001, Reynolds was nominated for "The RTS Best Newcomer to Television Journalism - The Mike Read Award".
On 16 August 2008 she married Inside Out presenter David Whiteley; they both ran in, and completed, the 2009 London Marathon.
- Amelia Reynolds biography at BBC Online
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