Alma Cadzow

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Alma Cadzow is a former BBC radio and television continuity announcer.

Having started her career with the BBC in London as a Studio Manager, Cadzow first announced for the Corporation as a BBC1 and BBC2 network annnouncer and also provided continuity for BBC Radio 3.[1] She also worked as a newsreader for Radios 1 & 2.[2]

Cadzow joined BBC Scotland as an announcer and transmission director in 1980 and became a favourite with viewers. She was seen in-vision until 1988, reading lunchtime and late night news bulletins for Scottish News/Reporting Scotland. After taking early retirement in the mid-1990s she continued as a freelance broadcaster, reading news and providing continuity for BBC Radio Scotland and BBC Scotland television until 1997, and also had a contract with Scottish Television as a continuity announcer.

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