Yahoo Suche Web Suche

Suchergebnisse

  1. Suchergebnisse:
  1. Pioneering Australian television journalist Kay Stammers has passed away following a long battle with cancer. The 72-year-old, who became the first female reporter on Nine News in 1975, died at ...

  2. Kay Stammers Menzies Bullitt (* 3. April 1914 in St Albans, England; † 23. Dezember 2005 in Louisville, Kentucky, Vereinigte Staaten) war eine britische Tennisspielerin und Wimbledon-Siegerin. Kay Stammers 1938. Leben. Mit 17 Jahren bestritt sie 1931 ih ...

  3. Kay Stammers – Media career 2001-16 Producer/director/writer of educational and corporate videos for own company Media One, specialising in health and medicine (Over 20 International & National awards). 2000 Producer/presenter/writer 1 hr documentary Celebrating Julienne screened on Foxtel (Silver WorldMedal New York Film & Video Festival).

  4. 26. Feb. 2020 · Pioneering news presenter Kay Stammers who worked in news & current affairs for Seven, Nine and 10, has died, aged 72. She died following a battle with cancer. Stammers served as a newsreader, presenter, reporter, producer and health & medical specialist across multiple networks including as presenter for Seven’s Newsworld in the 1980s.

  5. Born Kay Stammers, April 3, 1914, in St. Albans, Hertsfordshire, England; died Dec 23, 2005, m. Michael Menzies, 1939 (div. 1975); m. Thomas W. Bullitt (of Louisville, KY, died 1991). Was the 1st 17-year-old to compete at Wimbledon (1931); with Freda James, won Wimbledon doubles championships (1935, 1936); represented Great Britain against US ...

  6. Kay Stammers. 0 references. Identifiers. Archive Site Trinity College Cambridge ID. stammers-kay-1914-2005-tennis-player. 0 references. Freebase ID /m/0h6xql. 1 reference. stated in . Freebase Data Dumps. publication date. 28 October 2013. National Portra ...

  7. Stammers, Kay (1914—) British tennis player. Name variations: Katherine Menzies. Born on April 3, 1914, in St. Albans, Hertsfordshire, England. Beginning her tennis career at an early age, British tennis player Kay Stammers was a junior champion at age 14 and was the first 17-year-old to compete in the Wimbledon championships (1931).