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BBC Look North (East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire)

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BBC Look North
BBC Look North EYL.jpg
Presented byPeter Levy
ProducerBBC Yorkshire and Lincolnshire
Running timeMain bulletin:
30 minutes
Original networkBBC One East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire
Original release11 November 2002 (2002-11-11) –
Related showsBBC Look North (North East and Cumbria),
BBC Look North (Yorkshire and North Midlands)
BBC East Midlands Today,

BBC Look North is the BBC's TV news service for East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, produced by BBC Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. The programmes are produced and broadcast from the BBC Broadcasting Centre at Queens Court in Kingston upon Hull, East Yorkshire, with reporters also based in Lincoln.

Peter Levy is the main presenter/newsreader on the 18:30 and 22:25 weekday bulletins, whilst lunchtime and early morning bulletins are presented by different journalists.

The programme can be watched in any part of the UK (and Europe) from Astra 2E on Freesat channel 967 and Sky channel 957, and in select areas on Virgin Media channel 858. The latest edition of Look North is also available to watch on the BBC iPlayer.


On weekdays, Look North broadcasts six three-minute opt-outs during BBC Breakfast at 27 and 57 minutes past each hour – as of June 2016, the bulletins are also shared with Look North's sister service in Yorkshire and the North Midlands, as part of a pilot scheme.

A 15-minute lunchtime news airs at 1.30 pm, before the main half-hour edition at 6:30 pm. and a 15-minute bulletin shown at 10:25 pm, following the BBC News at Ten.

Look North also airs three bulletins during the weekend: early evening bulletins on Saturday and Sunday and a late night bulletin on Sundays, following the BBC News at Ten. The times of these bulletins vary.

Coverage area

The programme's main coverage area is East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, the editorial areas covered by BBC Lincolnshire and BBC Radio Humberside. Some households in rural north-west Norfolk receive the Hull edition of Look North.


Look North's Hull-based programme began in November 2002, presented by Helen Fospero (née Morton) and Peter Levy. The programme was presented from a tiny studio built in the existing BBC building in Chapel Street and directed from a technical gallery at Leeds. The programme's first editor was Roger Farrant.

Before 11 November 2002, this region was part of a BBC North region, served by Look North from Leeds with short six-minute opt-outs for the area (introduced during 2001) during the main evening programme at 6:30 pm and the BBC Ten O' Clock News. The November 2002 changes saw the opt extended to become a full half-hour programme at 6:30 pm, with the 10:25 pm opt-out remaining unchanged. Daytime and weekend bulletins were carried from Leeds.

In 2004, Look North, along with the radio station Radio Humberside and the Online/Interactive Project, moved to new studios and offices in Queen's Gardens. Within a short time of going live from the new studios, dedicated daytime and weekend bulletins for the region were introduced, replacing the previous arrangement of carrying such bulletins from Leeds.



Former on air team


External links

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