Dianne Oxberry Wiki, Dianne Oxberry Bio
Dianne Oxberry Wiki: Diane Clare Oxberry (28 November 1967 – 10 January 2019) was an English broadcaster and weather presenter for the BBC regional news programme North West Tonight. Dianne Oxberry also fronted the regional current affairs programme Inside Out North West
Dianne Oxberry Wikipedia
Dianne Oxberry originally joined the BBC as a personal assistant at Radio 2, having previously auditioned for a presenting role on the youth music series No Limits. Dianne Oxberry began her broadcasting career while working on BBC Radio 1, working alongside Steve Wright and later, becoming part of Simon Mayo’s on-air team for the weekday breakfast programme. In 1991, Dianne Oxberry became a presenter for the second series of the Saturday morning children’s TV programme, The 8:15 from Manchester, where she met her husband, Ian Hindle.
After studying meteorology at the Met Office College in Berkshire, Dianne Oxberry joined BBC North West in 1994 as its first dedicated weather presenter. Alongside her forecasting work, she also co-presented the weekday breakfast programme on BBC Radio Manchester alongside Eamonn O’Neal and worked as a relief newsreader and presenter for North West Tonight.
Dianne Oxberry Personal life and death
Dianne Oxberry was married to Ian Hindle. The couple had two children and lived in Sale, Greater Manchester.
Dianne Oxberry died at the Christie Hospital, Manchester, on 10 January 2019, aged 51, following a short cancer illness.
Dianne Oxberry was the main weather presenter on the programme and also fronted regional current affairs show Inside Out North West.
Dianne Oxberry, who lived in Greater Manchester, died on Thursday at Manchester’s Christie Hospital – one of the country’s leading cancer facilities.
The journalist Dianne Oxberry husband, Ian Hindle, said: “Dianne was an amazing wife and mother who embraced life to the full. Dianne Oxberry was an inspiration to all who knew and loved her but also to the people who watched and welcomed her into their homes each night as if she were part of their family too.”