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Amy Cole (born 4 November 1980) is an Indian-born British reporter and presenter at BBC Look North, she reports on various regional stories and often presents the shorted morning and evening bulletins.More recently she has been a regular news reader for BBC Midlands. She has also worked on BBC Spotlight.
Cole was born in Bombay and as a baby she was adopted and came to live in the South West in 1984. She spent her childhood years growing up in rural North Devon.
Cole started her media career as a news reader on North Devon's Lantern FM radio station, where she helped to launch a weekend local news service. Cole has also worked at ITV Westcountry and at BBC Radio Devon.
Cole received the Silver 2005 Ruby Television Award for 'Best News Film'.
- "'Hospice's Help for My Mum Was Worth a Million Dollars'". Western Morning News. 21 October 2010. http://www.westernmorningnews.co.uk/hospice-s-help-mum-worth-million-dollars/story-11668992-detail/story.html.