Beatriz Pécker

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Beatriz Pécker
Born Beatriz Pécker Pérez de Lama
(1956-06-16) 16 June 1956 (age 58)
Madrid, Spain
Nationality Spanish
Alma mater Complutense University of Madrid
Occupation TV presenter, Radio personalities, Journalist
Years active 1977-presents

Beatriz Pécker Pérez de Lama (born 16 June 1956 in Madrid) is a Spanish journalist.

Pécker is the eldest daughter of Spanish television journalist José Luis Pécker. She joined RTVE in 1977 as a presenter on Radio Nacional and in 1982 she joined Radio 3 and hosted programmes such as Caravana de amigos, La Barraca, Estudio 15-17 and La tarde de todos.

Pécker became more popular in the late 1980s when she began hosting shows for TVE, including the hit TVE show Rockopop. She also became popular as the Spanish commentator for the Eurovision Song Contest on 6 occasions, firstly in 1987 and 1988, and later between 2004 and 2007. In addition, she provided the commentary for TVE viewers at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest in 2005.

On 22 July 2007 Pécker announced she was retiring from radio and television after 30 years on the air.[1]

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