Natasha Stillwell

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Natasha Stillwell
Occupation Television Host and Producer

Natasha Stillwell is a television reporter and producer, known in Canada for the television show Daily Planet, on Discovery Channel Canada and in Northern and Central Scotland for her reporting role on STV's The Five Thirty Show.

Originally from Edinburgh, she was a weather girl on the city's now defunct LIVE! station, and later worked for the independent television production company Tern Television where she hosted shows for the BBC and Channel 4 before moving to Canada in September 2002 to join Jay Ingram on Discovery Canada's science and technology show.

Her appearance on Daily Planet was occasionally parodied on CBC comedy show This Hour Has 22 Minutes. Stillwell's final appearance was 2 February 2007.

She returned to Scotland, joining STV for the launch of their features magazine programme The Five Thirty Show as one of the show's reporters from 28 January 2008 until the programme was axed on 15 May 2009.

Stillwell is now a producer for The Five Thirty Show's successor, The Hour.

She has also presented her own video blog, Stillwell Science, on YouTube.[1]


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Preceded by
Gill Deacon
Daily Planet/ anchor'
2002 – 2007
co-anchor Jay Ingram
Succeeded by
Kim Jagtiani