Debbie Thrower Bio, Wiki
Debbie Thrower is an English journalist and broadcaster who presented BBC national news bulletins in the 1980s and ITV Meridian’s flagship news programme Meridian Tonight (southern edition) from its inception in 1993 to 2009. She is the founder and pioneer of Anna Chaplaincy for Older People, part of The Bible Reading Fellowship, BRF.
Debbie Thrower Age
She was born in Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, on November 17, 1957, and spent her early childhood there before she and her family came back to England, settling in Devon. She is 64 years old as of 2021.
Debbie Thrower Husband
Debbie has been married twice. She is married to her husband, Charles Parker whom she married in 2020. Previously she was married to Peter Thompson from 1983 to 2018 when they finalized their divorce. She has two children.
Debbie Thrower Career
She at first trained as a paper writer at the Wimbledon Guardian. She began her telecom vocation at BBC Radio Leicester, prior to moving to BBC Radio Solent in the mid 1980s, and afterward moving to TV as the co-moderator of BBC South Today. In 1987, she supplanted Jan Leeming perusing public BBC news releases, basically at ends of the week, and afterward read the Nine O’Clock News for a period. She additionally turned into a normal moderator on Songs of Praise and the Sunday program on BBC Radio 4.
She was hitherto the last moderator for Channel 4’s well known collectibles program Collectors’ Lot, which circulated on work day evenings, acquiring 2,000,000 watchers every day.
She additionally had a BBC Radio 2 evening show somewhere in the range of 1995 and 1998 supplanting long-term moderator Gloria Hunniford. On January 13, 2009, she affirmed in a meeting with The News in Portsmouth that she was passing on ITV Meridian to focus on independent work and her willful service as a Church of England peruser or Licensed Lay Minister (LLM). She is a Canon Emeritus of Winchester Cathedral. In 2016 she was granted a privileged degree for public help from the University of Winchester-Doctor of Letters honoris causa.
Debbie Thrower ITV
Moving to ITV, Thrower, and partner Fred Dinenage were moderators of Meridian Tonight (South) when it previously circulated in 1993. Moreover, she was the principal individual seen after the changeover of TV project worker from TVS to Meridian, not long after the stroke of 12 PM on New Year’s Day 1993, covering the festivals at Winchester Cathedral, which was commending its 900th commemoration. Her last show as moderator of Meridian Tonight was on February 6, 2009.
Religious and charity work
In November 2009 she was designated the primary Chaplain to Older People in Alton, Hampshire. She proceeded to pioneer Anna Chaplaincy to Older People (named after the old widow Anna in St Luke’s gospel, a decent good example of a reliable more established individual) which started in Alton, the aftereffect of a pledge marking among Anglicans and Methodists to team up more intently. The Anna Chaplaincy way to deal with supporting individuals in care homes and the more extensive local area, meeting the otherworldly necessities of people in their later years whether they have a solid confidence or none, is spreading broadly through The Bible Reading Fellowship, BRF. The Abingdon-based foundation is assisting with creating Anna Chaplaincy for more seasoned individuals of which Thrower is the organizer and pioneer. There is currently an organization of in excess of 160 Anna Chaplains and others in identical jobs across the UK.
She was taught at Edgehill College, previously a young ladies’ autonomous school in Bideford, Devon, and the University of London where she acquired a degree in French.
Debbie Thrower Salary
Her annual salary is estimated to range between $ 100,000 – $ 500,000.
Debbie Thrower Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned through her career as a journalist.