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Christopher Riley has been a regular presenter of science programmes on BBC television and radio for more than ten years. After a stint as a reporter at BBC Radios 4, 5 and the World Service he moved to BBC television in the late 1990s where he co-presented the BBC's 1999 Eclipse Live coverage and their 30th anniversary celebrations of Apollo 11. In 2000 he fronted the BBC Knowledge six part cosmology series Journeys in Time and Space. The following year he co-presented BBC2's monthly astronomy magazine show Final Frontier and wrote and presented the corporation's first live web-cast; covering the 2001 African Eclipse.
He was a regular space and astronomy guest on the BBC's flagship show Tomorrow's World and is an occasional contributor to the long running BBC children's news show Newsround. In 2003 he co-presented BBC2's All Night Star Party live from the Isaac Newton Telescopes on La Palma and the following year BBC One's interactive Space Odyssey Live. He returned to radio in 2006 to write and present the BBC Radio 4 astronomy series The Cosmic Hunters. He is a regular contributor to both BBC news and GMTV in the UK - covering astronomy and space stories, and hosted the Discovery Channel's Apollo 11 anniversary night celebrations in July 2009.
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