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Angie Phillips is a meteorologist for BBC Newsline. She trained at the Met Office's College in Reading, Berkshire and joined the service in 1985. Phillips' first job in forecasting was at the Belfast Climate Office. Later, while working at the Met Office in Aldergrove, she became part of the ITN weather team. In 1995 she was transferred to BBC Northern Ireland. She is married with three children. Phillips participated in conservationism activities at the Woodland Trust. 6 ft 0
References and further reading
- Gorrod, Joe (1996-01-30). "Angie storms in.(News)(free preview)". The Daily Mirror.
- "Voice of The Sunday People: Sonny delight (free preview)". The People. 2000-08-13.
- "Angie Phillips launches tree-planting campaign". Woodland Trust. 2005-09-05.
- "Angie Phillips". BBC.
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