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  1. He was probably best known as the presenter of the UK version of This Is Your Life, between its inception in 1955 and his death in 1987, when he was succeeded by Michael Aspel (who like Andrews hosted Crackerjack! nearly twenty years earlier).

  2. 9. Dez. 2022 · Eamonn Andrews was the first Irish castaway on Desert Island Discs back in 1958. He chose no Irish records, his closest being Panis Angelicus performed by the Irish tenor John McCormack. But then Andrews was always aware of the anomalous position he held — he was an Irishman in a largely unwelcoming Britain.

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  3. 3. Dez. 2014 · In this documentary, Des Hickey looks at the successful career of Eamonn Andrews. Eamonn Andrews was born and raised in Dublin. Growing up he was a keen amateur boxer, who won the Irish...

  4. Eamonn was the elder son of William and Margaret Andrews, growing up in Synge Street, Dublin, where George Bernard Shaw had been born. Eamonn had three sisters, Peggy, Kathleen and Treasa, and a brother Noel. Another brother, Kevin, died in infancy. He lost two of his sisters in middle age.

  5. Eamonn Andrews presented Thames Television's Today programme from 1968. However, it wasn't long before Eamonn suggested the idea of reviving This Is Your Life. He felt that the BBC had killed off the show too early and that the format had years of 'life' still in it.

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  6. This Is Your Life is a British biographical television documentary, based on the 1952 American series. It was hosted by Eamonn Andrews from 1955 until 1964, and then from 1969 until his death in 1987. Michael Aspel then took up the role of host until the show ended in 2003. It briefly returned in 2007 as a one-off special presented ...

  7. Andrews, Eamonn (1922–87), broadcaster, was born 19 December 1922 at 11 Synge Street, Dublin, eldest among five surviving children (two sons and three daughters; another son died in infancy) of William Andrews, an ESB carpenter, and Margaret Andrews (née Farrell). During his childhood the family moved to a new corporation house on St Thomas ...