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Stuart

Miles

After three years at Bournemouth University, Stuart Miles got his first TV break working as a journalist for a local TV station covering news and events in South London.

He then went on to a successful career in children's television which included 'Saturday Disney' for ITV and 'Blue Peter' for the BBC which he presented between 1994-1999.

During his time on ‘Blue Peter’ after months of training, Stuart became the first civilian to take part in a public freefall parachute display with the RAF Falcons at the Biggin Hill Airshow!

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His highlights also include being 6ft from a Mountain Gorilla in Uganda and experiencing weightlessness during an Astronaut training session in what was affectionately known as the Vomit Comet!

During his time on the show, he won a National Television Award.

Stuart has also worked behind the scenes and directed programmes whilst on Blue Peter.  Since his departure, he has also worked as a producer.

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