This newscaster and royal correspondent reports for the BBC daily. He’s lesser known these days for having sat on a lesbian protestor who invaded his studio in 1988 and for having written a book, The Loch Ness Story, in which he declares his belief in the existence of the creature to be “quite unshakeable.” There’s more to him than meets the eye.
Nicholas "Nick" Witchell
Section:PRESENTERS AND POLITICOS
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