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Cliff Michelmore (1919–2016)

Cliff Michelmore was born on December 11, 1919 in Cowes, Isle of Wight, England as Arthur Clifford Michelmore. He was a producer and writer, known for Home on Sunday (1979), Westward Ho! (1953) and Election 70 (1970). He was married to Jean Metcalfe. He died on March 17, 2016 in Petersfield Community Hospital, Petersfield, Hampshire, England. See full bio »

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Home on Sunday
Home on Sunday Himself - Presenter
Westward Ho!
Westward Ho! Writer
Election 70
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Commentated on highlights of the 1958 F.A. Cup 5th round tie between Bristol City & Bristol Rovers for BBC TV. See more »

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[sign-off line of each episode of Tonight (1957)] "The next Tonight will be tomorrow night - goodnight." See more »


He had a radio and TV broadcasting career spanning some 60 years. He anchored coverage of events including the assassination of US President John F. Kennedy, the Apollo moon landings, and two UK general elections. He interviewed prominent figures including Prince Charles, Prime Minister Harold Wilson, and a 17-year-old David Bowie. See more »

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