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Lucy Kite graduated from Nottingham Trent University in 1998 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.

In January 2002, she became a news presenter and producer on Central Tonight for ITV Central.

In January 2006, Lucy Kite was appointed the entertainment correspondent, conducting celebrity interviews and reporting for a weekly feature Entertainment Tonight. Lucy Kite also presented Sky High, a regional programme covering views of the Midlands from a helicopter, until she was replaced by Ruth England.

From 3 November 2008, Lucy Kite was a fill-in presenter on the now defunct West Midlands edition of Central Tonight for the following three months. As of 23 February 2009, she is the weather presenter and in addition provides cover on Granada Reports for ITV Granada.

In August 2010, she presented the weather forecasts on London Tonight for ITV London. On 28 December 2010, she guest presented the weather forecasts on Daybreak for ITV Breakfast.

Lucy Kite is also an events host, qualified yoga teacher and writer.

2 Responses

  1. Jeff Bellingham

    Very sad to hear of Lucy leaving ITV Central. I’m an 80 year old widower living alone and Lucy’s appearances (with that wonderful smile) never failed to brighten my day. So let me say a big thank you for your work on ITV Central weather and features. Will you still be doing the special features occasionally?
    Wish you all the very best.

  2. Pat and Bob Jenkins

    We are missing you Lucy, it was a real pleasure to see you in our living room, always a welcome vision, so warm, unassuming, and yet humble, I don’t think you realise how we loved seeing you. From two old codgers in our 70s. But the best of luck in whatever you do, the man in your life is so very lucky, but I expect he does realise that, hope you will be very happy. All the very best. Pat and Bob Jenkins Nottingham

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