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Elizabeth Rizzini

Weather Presenter 

BBC Weather Presenter, trained by the Met Office and based in London. 

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Elizabeth is a Met Office trained BBC weather presenter and has worked across all regional and national platforms from Local BBC Radio to 5 Live and Radio 4; from the Six o’Clock News to BBC London and BBC World. She has an interest in space weather and astronomy and produced and presented a weekly stargazer’s forecast for the BBC’s longest running programme, the Sky at Night as well as for BBC Weather. Her forecast for the Mars rover landing in 2018 was featured on C4’s Gogglebox. Elizabeth has also produced and presented pieces for Newsround and the Antiques Roadshow. 
Her favourite time of year is Wimbledon fortnight and she regularly forecasts from the tournament. Elizabeth’s proudest moment was when she ran the London marathon in 2016 and got round in one piece.

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About Me

Elizabeth was born in London and grew up in Croydon. She has lived and studied in both France and Spain and was based in Madrid for a number of years before returning to do a masters degree in which she tackled the subject of environmental journalism and climate change. Her first outing in broadcast meteorology was compiling and presenting a bilingual jellyfish report for Spanish coastal resorts.Elizabeth is fluent in both Spanish and Italian. While she’s a Londoner born and bred, she’s also a regular visitor to the Isle of Wight where her extended family live. Elizabeth currently lives in South London with her two daughters, two cats and two guinea pigs who also make occasional appearances on BBC Radio. She recently took part in the BBC2 documentary “Being Frank” about her partner Frank Gardner  by Curious Films.

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Some highlights...

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Network weather forecast, November 2019 BBC News 

Martian weather forecast for Weather World BBC News and The Planets, BBC1


Super Blood Wolf Moon for BBC News which was the most viewed piece on the BBC News website that day.

Quadrantid Meteor shower for BBC Weather


Martian weather forecast for the Sky at Night 


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