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On-screen, Sally is well known for her easy and relaxed style. Away from the screen Sally enjoys sailing, has a passion for good wine and food and is a keen organic gardener.
Sally's professionalism and attention to detail are key to her style. Her sharp sense of humour with her colleagues and with the audience at home has made her one of the most popular presenters in the south of England. In 2005 Sally was awarded the MBE for services to regional broadcasting.
Roger is the sports presenter on South Today. He joined the team in 1997 and has reported all the big sport stories in the south since then. His personal highlights include Ellen MacArthur's record-breaking sailing performances and presenting regional programmes from the Match of the Day studios when Southampton and Portsmouth reached the FA Cup Final.
Roger has also worked for the BBC News Channel and covers football matches for BBC Final Score and Match of the Day. He has won, or been nominated for, several national and regional Royal Television Society awards.
Reham Khan, Sara Thornton and Alexis Green bring you the latest weather forecasts for the south on BBC1 and your BBC Local websites, seven days a week. You can follow the team on Twitter - BBCSouthWeather.
Viewers' weather pictures are shown whenever possible during South Today at 6.30pm, please e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Telephone: 02380 226201
The earliest known recording of a regional TV news bulletin for the south of England has been re-discovered during research ahead of BBC South's 50th anniversary.
It shows most of an edition of South at Six, the pre-cursor to South Today, broadcast on 9 October 1962.
The recording includes a film made by legendary broadcaster, John Arlott, in which he visits the Hampshire village of Avington.
BBC South's first transmission was made from South Western House in Southampton on 6th January 1961.
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