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“Michael is professional, thorough and a pleasure to work with. As a presenter it’s great and reassuring to have a calm and solid director speaking to you through your earpiece to give you the confidence you need to deliver.”

 

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Angelica Bell
Presenter:  CBBC, The One Show

 

“I had the great experience of working with Michael whilst hosting an Olympic Torch programme in Sheffield. It was my first experience of live TV presenting and Michael made my night go as smooth as I could have imagined. I realised I was in the hands of a very experienced, calm director, which made my job a damn sight easier.”

 

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Michael Vaughan
Former England Cricket Captain

 

“I’ve worked with Michael over a number of years on different programmes.  His enthusiasm never wanes and he always tries to bring a fresh perspective to the job.  He looks to try new things, new shots and is extremely good at talking less experienced members of the crew through what he’s trying to achieve.  He manages to balance that with remaining calm and confident over talkback and also, key for presenters, he knows when to be quiet to allow you to do your job.”

 

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Tanya Arnold
Presenter:  BBC Sport

 

“I worked with Michael during his very earliest days with the BBC. He always seemed to me to be a master of everything he touched. From day one as a director, he was totally in control, emanating an air of calm and confidence, so vital for a presenter at the other end of talkback. I thoroughly enjoyed working with him and I always knew I was in safe hands. I have worked with scores of directors over my 30 plus years as a presenter in television and I know that Michael has the ability to be one of the very best.”

 

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Nick Owen
Presenter:  BBC Midlands Today, TV-AM, Good Morning with Anne and Nick

 

“Michael is extremely keen, enthusiastic, has a charming personality and is well liked by the crew. His talkback technique is excellent. He is calm under pressure, mainly due to his excellent preparation skills, and is creative and clever at getting the most out of a limited set and small crew.”

 

Jane Elson-Dew
Director: Ready Steady Cook, The Wright Stuff, Something for the Weekend

 

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