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BBC weather presenter Dianne Oxberry has died aged 51 following a short illness, the broadcaster has said.
‘Heartbroken’ colleagues pay tribute to North West Tonight broadcaster
BBC weather presenter Dianne Oxberry has died aged 51 following a short illness, the broadcaster has said. Oxberry worked alongside Simon Mayo and Steve Wright on Radio 1 before moving to North West Tonight in 1994, where she worked until her death.
The married mother-of-two, who found fame working with Steve Wright and Simon Mayo on Radio 1, retrained as a meteorologist and became BBC North West's weather presenter.
BBC weather presenter Dianne Oxberry had many celebrity pals, including much loved comedian Peter Kay