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Michael Rodd (born 29 November 1943 in North Shields, Tyne-and-Wear) is an English television presenter and businessman.
Life and career
Rodd became a familiar face to millions of television viewers in Britain as a presenter for the BBC of Screen Test (1970-79), Tomorrow's World (1972-82) and The Risk Business (1980-81). He also hosted television coverage of the early Space Shuttle launches for the BBC. Later he worked for the ITV contractor TVS on their science programme The Real World.
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