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Look North (Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)

The latest news, sport and weather for Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.

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Broadcast today, 18:30 on BBC One (Yorks & Lincs only) and available soon on BBC iPlayer.

The latest news, sport and weather for Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.


Latest weather forecast - Monday to Friday only

Presenter profiles

Find out more about the people who bring you Look North.

Peter Levy

Peter began his working life as an actor, but got his first break as a presenter on commercial radio in Bradford. Spells at Radio City in Liverpool, Radio Aire and BBC Radio Leeds followed before Peter made his television debut.

As a respected presenter on Look North in Leeds, Peter was asked to become the main news anchor for the new BBC Yorkshire and Lincolnshire region in 2002.

In addition to his TV work, Peter has kept up his passion for radio and now hosts a daily show on BBC Lincolnshire and BBC Humberside. He also revived his acting skills for an episode of Last of the Summer Wine, which was shown in 2003.

Listen to The Peter Levy Show

Paul Hudson

Weatherman Paul was born and brought up in Keighley in West Yorkshire. From a young age he had an obsession for all things meteorological, leading eventually to a first class degree in geophysics and planetary physics.

As well as being a weather presenter, Paul is the BBC’s Climate Correspondent, reporting on the future impact of climate change on people’s lives.

Paul is honoured in the East Riding as Mayor of Wetwang, taking over from the late Countdown host Richard Whitely who had made up the title as a joke.

Read Paul's blog

Caroline Bilton

'ull lass Caroline was born and bred in the city and remembers watching Peter Levy reading the news as she ate her breakfast before school.

She trained as a journalist with BBC Radio Cleveland, quickly becoming the station’s breakfast presenter - the BBC's youngest at the time.

Caroline got her TV presenting break on Look North in Newcastle. She went on to work for Look North in Leeds before coming home to Hull.

She now lives in Beverley with her husband, Joe, who is a BBC cameraman.

Crispin Rolfe

Born and bred in the east of England, Crispin began his BBC career as proverbial tea boy at BBC Radio Guernsey, moving up to become the station's breakfast presenter.

He became a TV reporter for Spotlight Channel Islands before joining Look North in 2006.

Crispin studied History & Law at the University of East Anglia and plays french horn in the Hull Philharmonic.

Emma Massey

Emma has a wealth of experience as reporter and presenter on BBC and commercial TV channels.

After graduating from the University of London, Emma became a freelance reporter and presenter for various network channels in London as well as regional newsrooms up and down country. She also worked as a Video Journalist on the BBC's Local TV pilot in Birmingham.

Emma joined the Look North team as a reporter and presenter in 2007.

Leanne Brown

Leanne was born in Grimsby and grew up in Cleethorpes. She joined the BBC in 2002 after graduating in Broadcast Journalism.

She began her career at the BBC broadcasting community news on Radio Humberside, she then joined the production team on Look North before making her move in front of the camera as reporter and presenter. But it's not something she's new to, she first appeared on television at the age of 16 as a film critic.

Siobhan Robbins

Siobhan was born in Oxford and studied history at Sheffield University, going on to take a Master's in Broadcast Journalism.

She freelanced for a number of newspapers before arriving in Hull as news reader for Viking FM. She joined Look North in 2007.

Siobhan has a passion for travelling which has led her to live and work in Peru, as well as travelling extensively in Europe and South East Asia.

Sarah Cruddas

Sarah, who joined Look North as weather presenter and science reporter in 2008, has a love for all things science related.

Brought up in East Yorkshire, Sarah won the Young Scientist of the Year award in 2000, representing England at NASA's International Space Camp. After school she took a degree in Physics with Astrophysics at the University of Leicester.

As well as being Met Office trained Sarah keeps her weather skills up to date with RAF forecasting teams. She also spends time helping local school children understand more about the weather and science.

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Telephone: 01482 323232

E-mail: looknorth@bbc.co.uk

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