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Dimbleby, Richard

Line breaks: Rich|ard Dim|bleby
Pronunciation: /ˈdɪmb(ə)lbi/

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Definition of Dimbleby, Richard in English:

( 1913–65), English broadcaster; full name Frederick Richard Dimbleby. He was the BBC’s first news correspondent (1936) and was particularly noted for his radio and television commentaries on royal, national, and international events. His sons David ( b.1938) and Jonathan ( b.1944) have both followed their father into careers in news broadcasting.

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