Dominic Andrew Heale
15 June 1961
|Occupation||Journalist and broadcaster|
|Employer|| BBC |
BBC East Midlands
|Known for||East Midlands Today (2001–2020)|
|Term||2001 – October 2020|
Dominic Andrew Heale (born 15 June 1961) is an English journalist and newsreader formerly employed by the BBC. He co-presented the flagship 6:30 Regional News programme East Midlands Today with Anne Davies,he also presented the lunchtime news.
Heale is from Devon, and attended the University of Hull.
Heale started working for Plymouth Sound Radio in 1984 before joining Devonair Radio in Exeter, later taking the role of news editor. He then joined Television South-West as a presenter in 1987, leaving in 1993 to work for Central News (East) in Nottingham, first as a reporter then presenter of Central News at Six. In 2000 he joined BBC East Midlands Today as a lead presenter, alongside Anne Davies.
On 19 October 2020, BBC East Midlands Today announced Heale was leaving his position after 20 years with his final broadcast taking place on 23 October 2020.
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