Part of the Eastbourne Festival

Michael Fish

Thursday, July 16 2015 at 8:00PM

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Michael Fish

What's the talk about?

The face of BBC weather for many years will be talking about how the climate has changed in the past, and how we predict it will change in the future. He may also mention "that" storm at some point.

The speaker:

Schooled at Eastbourne College and City University London, Michael Fish is the longest serving broadcast meteorologist on British television (and probably the world). He joined the Met Office in 1962 and started on BBC Radio in 1971. He took up the role on television in 1974

He was awarded the MBE in 2004 for services to broadcasting. He also holds Honorary Doctorates of Science from both Exeter and City Universities as well as the Freedom of the City of London.

He has recently resumed forecasting on BBC South East Today, providing holiday cover for the regular forecaster and has also taken to acting. He is a Patron of numerous organisations and charities.