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|Born||Judith Marilyn Spiers
15 March 1953
Plymouth, Devon, England, UK
|Occupation||Television and radio presenter|
Judith Marilyn Spiers (born 15 March 1953) is a British radio and television presenter.
Initially training to be an actress at the Rose Bruford College, Spiers began her broadcasting career at Westward Television in 1977, then the ITV station for south-west England. She impressed in the birthday slot with Gus Honeybun with cheeky humour. In short order, she moved to the What's Ahead entertainment guide. She hosted local beauty contests Mr TSW and Miss TSW, reflecting the new south-west station TSW TSW produced a nationally networked daytime chat show Judi!, which ran for six editions.
Eventually, Spiers moved to national television, as a presenter on BBC One's daily magazine programme Pebble Mill from October 1991 until April 1994. In 1995 she co-hosted 'The Alternative DJ with Peter Jeffrey and Oliver Senton. She also hosted a Saturday afternoon show on BBC Radio 2 between 1994 and 1998. Spiers continued to work for TVS, presenting the networked show Scavenger Hunt.
- "INTERVIEW: Judi Spiers talks about an embarrassing start to her friendship with Michael Dobbs" (29 August 2013). North Devon Journal. Retrieved 4 May 2015.
- "ITV's loss 'a tragedy for the South West'", Plymouth Evening Herald; 6 October 2008 p8
- "Pebble Mill Axed", Daily Mirror, 28 March 1996, p9
- "Arts", The Independent, 4 January 1994
- "Seasonal adjustments", Paul Donovan; The Sunday Times, 22 March 1998; Culture-p.30.
- BBC. "Judi Spiers". Retrieved 22 December 2017.
- "BBC in new ageism row as Radio Devon host Judi Spiers, 62, is ousted". Retrieved 22 December 2017.
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