Alice Beer

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Alice Beer
Born1 May 1965 (age 53)
ShowWatchdog, Holiday, The Heaven and Earth Show
Spouse(s)Paul Pascoe
Children2

Alice Beer (born 1 May 1965) is an English television presenter. She is best known for appearing on the British consumer investigative journalism programme Watchdog on BBC One between 1993 and 1999.

Career[edit]

A trained journalist, Beer's first job in 1987 was as a secretary on the BBC programme That's Life!.[1] She subsequently progressed to being a researcher, then a producer, on Kilroy and Gloria Live.[2] From 1992 until 1999 she was co presenter on the BBC consumer programme Watchdog with Anne Robinson.[3]

After leaving Watchdog she appeared on shows such as Healthcheck,[4] Face Value and Real Rakeovers, as well as reporting for programmes such as Holiday and Summer Holiday.[5] She has also appeared as herself on Bremner, Bird and Fortune.

She was a regular presenter on The Heaven and Earth Show, and did two series of Hot Property for Five. She currently presents a programme for BBC London 94.9.[4]

Between December 2004 and February 2005, she presented a promotional video for Top Up TV. The looped film ran 19 hours each day on the Top Up TV Sampler channel. The channel was replaced by Xtraview before closing altogether in September 2005.

Beer currently has a regular feature on This Morning.[6]

Personal life[edit]

Beer and her husband Paul Pascoe live in London, and have twin girls, Phoebe and Dora, born in 2003.[7] Beer is a patron of CLIC Sargent.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/real-bodies-the-secret-of-my-success-alice-beer-1082092.html
  2. ^ https://www.nmplive.co.uk/alice-beer
  3. ^ https://www.itv.com/thismorning/presenters-experts/alice-beer
  4. ^ a b "BBC unveils details of radio station to replace ailing GLR". Campaign.
  5. ^ https://www.pressreader.com/uk/daily-mail/20061215/282557308718757
  6. ^ http://www.itv.com/thismorning/hot-topics/alice-beer-wants-your-questions
  7. ^ Beer, Alice (11 December 2009). "Why I'm taking my children's Christmas presents back to the shop!". Daily Mail.
  8. ^ "Ambassadors". CLIC Sargent.

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