Well Tomasz if you're out there (and for some unknown reason you are reading the blog of a procrastinating graduate student) I just wanted to let you know that you are in good company. For the very first TV weather forecaster in the UK, George Cowling wasn't immune to the occassional on air mishap.
Some of the older readers may remember Cowling who presented the national BBC weather from the format's launch in January, 1954 until 1957. In November, 1956 Cowling was reprimanded after airing his grievances with the BBC's shortening of the weekend forecasts live on air:
|Source: Authors own research. BBC written archives. ©BBC|
Nevertheless, George Cowling, TV weather pioneer and possibly the first man in the UK to slag off his bosses live on air, we salute you!
And I am happy to say that far from dissappearing from our screens Tomasz can now be found on many new exciting TV projects related to the weather.