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Dimbleby

Richard. 1913--65, British broadcaster
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Dimbleby pleaded guilty to assaulting a constable in the execution of his duty following the incident on January 10.
Dimbleby said: "I'm looking forward to bringing Question Time to Dumfries.
The week before the referendum, Dimbleby will host a special edition of BBC One's Question Time programme featuring a key figure from each camp.
Dimbleby, 76, said: "My father was the BBC's first ever war reporter, so I've got a vested interest.
on Friday, Mr Dimbleby, 70, said: "The BBC has more powerful enemies at the gate than it has before.
A South American Journey with Jonathan Dimbleby (BBC2, 11.
An eighteen-week journey across Russia, to examine the very essence of the country itself, from Murmansk in the northwest all the way to Vladivostok in the southeast; this is the opportunity presented by the BBC to British journalist Jonathan Dimbleby.
Seven Ages of Britain BBC1, 9pm This week, David Dimbleby looks at the Age of Money.
He and television presenter Jonathan Dimbleby have joined forces to praised the role carers play.
Meanwhile, Hills have installed David Dimbleby as 3-1 favourite to become the next permanent chairman of the BBC in succession to Michael Grade.
Jonathan Dimbleby, president of the Soil Association, was chuffed when the SA featured in Anne Robinson's The Weakest Link.
LONDON TV and film industry veteran Michael Grade and heavyweight TV journalist David Dimbleby are reportedly in the running to become the next chairman of the BBC.