Derek Jameson was an English tabloid journalist and broadcaster. Beginning his career in the media at the lowest possible level in 1944 at Reuters, he worked his way up to become the editor of several British tabloid newspapers in the 1970s and 1980s. Later, he was a regular broadcaster on BBC Radio 2 for nearly a decade and a half, including an on-air partnership with Ellen, his third wife, and he became a familiar television personality. He was described, when his profile was at its highest, as “the second most famous man in Britain – after Prince Charles” by Auberon Waugh.
|Born:||November 29, 1929, London Borough of Hackney, England|
|Died:||September 12, 2012|
|Occupation:||Journalist, and after dinner speaker|
|Spouse(s):||Jackie (1st), Pauline (2nd), Ellen Petrie (3rd)|
|Children:||3 sons, 1 daughter|
|IMDb:||Derek Jameson’s IMDb|
About Derek Jameson
English journalist who was known for presenting a series on the BBC and editing the Daily Mirror and Daily Express.
He had an early job as a messenger boy after growing up in a children’s home.
He hosted the BBC radio shows Week Ending and People.
He died while married to his third wife, Ellen Petrie. He had three sons and a daughter during his previous two marriages.
He was replaced on the BBC series People by Frank Bruno in 1989.
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