Gerald Hine-Haycock

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Gerald Hine-Haycock
Born Gerald William Vaughan Hine-Haycock
(1951-01-13) 13 January 1951 (age 66)
London, England
Residence Littlehempston, Devon
Nationality British
Education Wellington College, Berkshire
(independent boarding school)
University of Stirling
Macalester College, Minnesota
Occupation Journalist, correspondent, presenter
Employer ITN, BBC News, Westward Television, HTV West, BBC West
Known for Fmr. ITN Correspondent
Fmr. BBC News Correspondent
Fmr. HTV West and BBC West television presenter
Journalist and presenter

Gerald William Vaughan Hine-Haycock[1] (born 1951), known in his earlier broadcasting career as Gerald Haycock, is a British broadcasting journalist of over thirty years' standing. He is a former correspondent for Independent Television News and BBC News, and has worked for former ITV regional broadcasters Westward Television and HTV West, and for BBC West (all in South West England), latterly as a programme presenter. He later became Director of the BBC Regional News Training Scheme, Course Director of the BBC's Journalist Training Scheme and Head of the BBC's SON&R Centre.[2]

Early life[edit]

Hine-Haycock was born on 13 January 1951 in London.[3] He is the son of Brigadier William Hine-Haycock of the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry and Felicity Hine-Haycock (née Harrison) of Toorak, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, and has two sisters, Rozanthe and Daphne.[4][5]

Education[edit]

Hine-Haycock was educated at Wellington College, a boarding independent school for boys (now co-educational) in the village of Crowthorne in Berkshire in South East England, followed by the University of Stirling in the city of Stirling (Gaelic: Sruighlea pronounced [ˈs̪t̪ruʝlə]) in Central Scotland, where he graduated with BA Honours, and Macalester College, a private liberal arts college in Saint Paul, the capital city of Minnesota, in the United States,[6] where he studied English in 1972-73.[7]

Life and career[edit]

Hine-Haycock started in radio as a BBC graduate news trainee. He worked at BBC News, later becoming a reporter on Westward Diary for the-then ITV regional broadcasting contractor for South West England, Westward Television,[8] followed by Independent Television News. In 1981, he joined the regional ITV company HTV West,[9] followed by BBC West, where he presented BBC Points West (between 1991-2000 known as BBC News West), a regional BBC news programme. He later became Director of the BBC Regional News Training Scheme, Course Director of the BBC's Journalist Training Scheme and Head of the BBC's SON&R (Sharing Opportunities across Nations & Regions) Centre, based in Bristol.[10]

Family[edit]

Hine-Haycock has a wife, Judy, and four children. They live at Hempstone Park in the village of Littlehempston (near the market town of Totnes) in Devon, in South West England,[1] and provide bed-and-breakfast accommodation.[11]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "STATEMENT OF PERSONS NOMINATED - Gerald William Vaughan Hine-Haycock (page 20)" (PDF). South Hams District Council. 5 May 2011. Retrieved 5 May 2015. [dead link]
  2. ^ Gerald Hine-Haycock Publisher: ZoomInfo. Published: 12 April 2008. Retrieved: 13 January 2013.
  3. ^ Who's Who on Television. Entry under then-broadcasting name Gerald Haycock. Publisher: ITV Books Ltd. Published: 1982. Retrieved: 13 January 2013.
  4. ^ Telegraph Announcements Publisher: The Telegraph. Retrieved: 13 January 2013.
  5. ^ William Hine-Haycock and Felicity Harrison - The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) Publisher: Trove (Digitised Newspapers). Originally published: 3 November 1947. Retrieved: 13 January 2013.
  6. ^ Who's Who on Television. Entry under then-broadcasting name Gerald Haycock. Publisher: ITV Books Ltd. Published: 1982. Retrieved: 13 January 2013.
  7. ^ Macalester College - Spotlight 1972-73 - Gerald Hine-Haycock Publisher: Maquah Publications. Retrieved: 13 January 2013.
  8. ^ Presenters - Gerald Haycock (broadcasting name) Publisher: TV Ark. Retrieved: 13 January 2013
  9. ^ Who's Who on Television. Entry under then-broadcasting name Gerald Haycock. Publisher: ITV Books Ltd. Published: 1982. Retrieved: 13 January 2013.
  10. ^ New BBC centre opens to 'inspire and stimulate' Publisher: Press Gazette. Published: 1 October 2003. Retrieved: 13 January 2013.
  11. ^ Accommodation - Judy and Gerald Hine-Haycock Publisher: The Devon School of Shiatsu. Retrieved: 13 January 2013.

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