Paul Hudson Biography
Paul Hudson (born 27 February 1971) is an English weather presenter for BBC Yorkshire and BBC Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. Hudson was born and raised in Keighley, West Yorkshire. He was made an Honorary Fellow of Bradford College in 2014.
After reading geophysics and planetary physics at Newcastle University, Hudson joined the Met Office and did two years at Leeds Weather Centre. Hudson combined this with a two-year stint as a weather presenter for BBC Look North and for the BBC local radio stations in Leeds, York, Humberside, and Sheffield.
Hudson is known for his tongue-in-cheek banter with BBC Look North presenter Harry Gration, and also Peter Levy, presenter of BBC Look North for the East Riding, Lincolnshire and parts of Nottinghamshire via the Belmont transmitter.
Paul Hudson Age
Hudson was born on February 27, 1971, in Keighley, West Riding of Yorkshire, England. He is 48 years old as of 2019.
Paul Hudson Education
Hudson has a first-class degree in Geophysics and Planetary Physics from the University of Newcastle. His early memories of local weather forecasting came from fellow Yorkshireman, Doncaster’s Bob Rust. Hudson attended training at the Meteorological Office College, situated at the former RAF Shinfield base in Shinfield, Berkshire. Due to a shortage of available posts within the Met Office, he worked as a geophysicist for oil business in London.
Paul Hudson Family
Hudson was born in Keighley, West Riding of Yorkshire. His parents purchased his first ‘kids weather center’ when he was seven, and by the age of twelve, he was compiling his own meteorological records (now archived by Keighley Library) and writing for local newspapers Keighley News and Telegraph & Argus. He went to the Brontë Middle School and Oakbank School on Oakworth Road in Keighley.
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After university and training at the Met Office College, Hudson worked for an oil business as a geophysicist until joining the Met Office as an international forecaster involving monsoons and typhoons.
Hudson can be seen on Three editions of the regional news programs Look North, from Leeds (serving North, West and South Yorkshire and the North Midlands) Hull (serving East Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and north Norfolk) and Newcastle (serving North East, Cumbria, and York
Hudson returned to the BBC Yorkshire weather center from the Met Office’s old home of Bracknell in 1997 when Darren Bett left to present national forecasts.
In The Little Prince, Hudson voice-acted the English dubbing for The Great Inventor (during the Planet of Bubble Gob trilogy) and Ferdinand (Planet of the Globies).
BBC climate change correspondent
Although most BBC forecasters are not directly employed by the BBC, by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills’ Met Office (formerly the MOD’s Met Office), since 2007 Hudson has been a full-time member of BBC staff, not the Meteorological Office, acting as an environmental and climate change expert. Hudson gives talks on the subject to local organizations and school and has appeared on BBC One’s Morning Show.
Hudson can also be heard on BBC Radio Leeds, BBC Radio Sheffield, BBC Radio York, BBC Radio Humberside, BBC Radio Lincolnshire, BBC Radio Cumbria, BBC Radio Newcastle, BBC Radio Tees
Wetwang public office
In May 2006, Hudson was elected honorary Mayor of Wetwang. This post was previously occupied by Richard Whiteley.
Hudson has written several books
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Bradford Fire: BBC weather forecaster Paul Hudson recalls the tragedy
Hundreds of people have attended a memorial service to remember the lives of 56 football fans killed when a fire ripped through Bradford City’s home ground 30 years ago.
BBC Look North weather forecaster Paul Hudson was at Valley Parade with his uncle and a friend when tragedy struck in 1985.
He spoke to BBC Inside Out reporter Robert Hall about his memories of the day. Missed Warnings: The Bradford City Fire is on BBC One Yorkshire and Lincolnshire at 22:45 BST on Tuesday, 12 May. It is repeated nationwide on BBC Two at 23:20 BST on Wednesday, 13 May.
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