BBC Look East reporter Mike Liggins has announced he is leaving the corporation after 35 years.
In a posting on X, Mike said: “After 35 years, I’ve decided to leave the BBC. Time for a change. But what an adventure! I feel very lucky.
“I’ll be on Look East till Oct 6th ..and after that I haven’t got a clue! For now, I just want to say thanks to all my colleagues and to you the viewer/follower. Mike x”
He started his career at Mercia Sound in Coventry as a sports reporter, before moving into news at ITV London Tonight.
Mike joined the BBC in 1987 and presented the Sunday morning breakfast programme on BBC Radio Norfolk.
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