Northern Life (TV program)
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Northern Life was a regional news programme on Tyne Tees Television, which aired from 6 September 1976 to 2 October 1992. The programme was aired at 6pm on weekday evenings, for some years at 6.25pm, and ran for 30, 35 or 60 minutes at various points in its run.
|Presented by||See below|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|Producer(s)||Tyne Tees Television|
|Running time||30, 35 or 60 minutes|
|Original network||Tyne Tees Television (ITV North East region)|
|Original release||6 September 1976 –|
2 October 1992
|Related shows||North East Tonight|
The programme was the successor to Today at Six, and was replaced by Tyne Tees Today in 1992 following the takeover by Yorkshire Television. The programme had a light-hearted approach and was notable for Paul Frost's monologues towards the end of many editions.
For much of its run, Northern Life had a sub-regional news service integrated into the second part of the programme, with the south of the Tyne Tees region served by the Middlesbrough studio, anchored by Teesside-based news reporters such as Andy Kluz.
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