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Tom Boswell (television presenter)

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Tom Boswell (television presenter)

Tom Boswell was a journalist who worked in both BBC Radio and Television.

In radio he contributed to the highly successful Radio Four series Going Places and the Saturday morning programme Breakaway.

As a television presenter he contributed items for Top Gear. He presented two episodes in 1981 and 1982, and then appeared in twenty episodes between 1988 and 1990. In the same year he died. His specialties on Top Gear included safety and economy topics such as the new Merritt engine and protection against car theft, though he also reviewed motorcycles while on the show.

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