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Tributes Were Given After The BBC Presenter Darryl Grimason Passed Away

Darryl Grimason

Darryl Grimason, a BBC Northern Ireland presenter and novelist, passed away after battling an illness. He was well-known for his work presenting and producing documentaries on wildlife, the environment, and natural history, including the fishing, shows The Big Six, and the archaeology series Earthworks.

According to his brother Stephen Grimason, he had a natural talent for broadcasting.

Adam Smyth, the interim director of BBC Northern Ireland, praised Darryl Grimason as a “great, adaptable, and innovative filmmaker.”

Mr. Smyth continued, “Whether he was presenting underwater in the Waterworld series or sharing his love of fishing with audiences in The Big Six, he always brought a real feeling of energy and enthusiasm to his shows.

Darryl Grimason was a reporter who contributed to shows like Your Place and Mine on BBC Radio Ulster and who also hosted Dawn Chorus, Wild Week, and special stories on BBC Newsline.

He created the BBC One Northern Ireland documentary Life And Death On Heroin in 2019.

Darryl was a well-liked employee at the BBC, according to Mr. Smyth, and he will be “very much missed.”

Darryl Grimason wrote Reading the Water: A Life Spent Fishing in addition to his job with the BBC.

According to Stephen Grimason, his brother adhered to the adage “born to fish, forced to work.”

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