Andrea Boardman
English television presenter
Andrea Boardman
For the Canadian dancer of the same name, see Andrea Boardman Andrea Boardman (born 6 November 1967 in Liverpool) is an English television presenter and mum.
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Family tribute to ‘loving dad’
The Gazette - over 4 years
THE devastated family of a Fylde coast father who was beaten to death in a shocking attack today paid tribute to a “loving dad”. Detectives believe Andrew Boardman – who worked as a baker – was bludgeoned with an iron bar during the incident on Saturday evening. The 53-year-old was found with injuries to his face and chest in a flat on Glen Eldon Road, St Annes. His heartbroken family today released a statement saying: “Andy spent the majority of his life in Lytham and worked as a baker in St Annes. “He was recently divorced from Eileen and was a loving dad to Zoe, 25, and Sarah, 22. “We are saddened by his sudden passing and would like to thank everyone for their support, but ask we are left to grieve in peace.” The tribute came after a post mortem showed Mr Boardman’s injuries were consistent with those caused by a sustained attack. Three people were arrested following Mr Boardman’s death on Saturday. Blackpool magistrates today granted detectives an extension to continue ...
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Women stepped out to turn the town pink for hospice - The Bolton News
Google News - over 5 years
... Catherine Betts, Dawn Bibby, Nicola Billington, Gwen Bimpson, Emma Birtwistle, Margaret Blackburn, Christine Blackburn, Julie Blackburn, Lauren Blackburn, Pamela Blears, Naomi Bloch, Katrina M Bluff, S Boardman, Andrea Boardman, Barbara Boardman,
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Anik Bissonnette — Préserver le passé pour mieux construire l'avenir de la danse - Rue Frontenac
Google News - almost 6 years
Ils ont d'ailleurs répété sous l'œil avisé d'Andrea Boardman, qui faisait partie de la première distribution. Des chorégraphes comme Gioconda Barbuto et Mario Radacovsky se sont aussi fait commander des créations originales pour la seconde partie du
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L'École supérieure de ballet contemporain en spectacle les 18 et 19 mai - VOIR.CA
Google News - almost 6 years
Ils ont répété sous l'œil avisé d'Andrea Boardman, qui faisait partie de la première distribution. En seconde partie, des œuvres inédites permettront de découvrir le large registre et la polyvalence des danseurs de demain. Préservant le passé pour
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DANCE REVIEW; From Languid Lovers to Hip-Hop Head Spinners
NYTimes - over 10 years
Fatigue set in by the end of the overly generous second program in the Fall for Dance festival on Saturday night at City Center. But not before the evening's jewel, an excerpt from James Kudelka's ''Fifteen Heterosexual Duets,'' set to Beethoven's ''Kreutzer'' Sonata. Credit should go to Coleman Lemieux & Compagnie of Montreal, whose dancers moved
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DANCE REVIEW; Sifting Through Memories And the Act of Remembering
NYTimes - about 12 years
Édouard Lock was once the bad boy of French Canadian modern dance. You could depend on him for reckless high-speed physicality, nudity, gender play and punkish cool, along with spritzes of French Canadian chic and mixed media. Mr. Lock's ''Amelia,'' performed by his La La La Human Steps company last night at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, suggests
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DANCE VIEW; Gusto, Imported From Canada
NYTimes - over 23 years
The choreographer who can make performers look especially good is beloved by dancers and audiences alike. Witness the huge success Les Grands Ballets Canadiens has recently enjoyed in New York with two box-office hits in just that category -- James Kudelka's "Desir" and Nacho Duato's "Na Floresta." Both were choreographed to fit a company that has
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Review/Ballet; Canadians Embrace Dance of This Century
NYTimes - almost 24 years
Les Grands Ballets Canadiens, which presented the second program of its City Center season on Wednesday night, tends to come across as a company primarily concerned with 20th-century creativity in its infrequent visits to the New York area. An exception was the November 1991 performance of "La Sylphide," August Bournonville's 1836 classic at the
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Review/Ballet; On Reckless Passion And Flying Bodies: Meditation in Motion
NYTimes - almost 24 years
Ballet bravura as a metaphor for passion is not your usual bag of dance tricks. Les Grands Ballets Canadiens made the distinction, no holds barred, with the stunning performance that opened its season on Tuesday night with three United States premieres. The accent was mainly on sweep, not steps, at City Center (131 West 55th Street, Manhattan)
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Reviews/Dance; 'La Sylphide' by a Montreal Troupe
NYTimes - about 25 years
"La Sylphide," a pivotal work of 19th-century Romantic ballet, came to the State University College here on Friday night in a production by Les Grands Ballets Canadiens. It was a good story well told. To say that is to pay this Montreal company high praise. The choreography that August Bournonville devised for "La Sylphide" in 1836 abounds in
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Review/Ballet; From Montreal, and All Stravinsky
NYTimes - almost 29 years
LEAD: The return to New York of Les Grands Ballets Canadiens for the first time since 1984 and this time to the Brooklyn Academy of Music, confirms the venturesome and creative policy the company from Montreal has displayed in recent years. The return to New York of Les Grands Ballets Canadiens for the first time since 1984 and this time to the
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BALLET: LES CANADIENS
NYTimes - almost 33 years
AS a choreographer, James Kudelka - once with Toronto's National Ballet of Canada - is one of the best things that could happen to a ballet company at this moment. Montreal's Les Grands Ballets Canadiens is lucky that a developing talent of great potential has joined its ranks. For the second program of its run at the City Center on Wednesday
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Andrea Boardman
    TWENTIES
  • 1988
    Age 20
    She started out presenting when ITV's Disney Club launched in the UK in 1988.
    More Details Hide Details Andrea was given the role as female presenter after 2000 hopefuls applied for the job. She went on to present Disney Adventures ITV, Future Cooks BBC1, Entertainment Express BBC1, Live and Kicking BBC1, Prize Time Challenge TV, Entertainment Today Talk TV as well producing/presenting her weekend breakfast show on Liberty Radio. Andrea has been a regular face on TV shows including National Lottery, You Bet, Comic Relief, Children in Need, Don't Try this at Home and many more. After a 6 year break from TV to raise her family, Andrea has recently appeared on Ready Steady Cook and Daybreak Andrea is married with two children, daughter of Liverpudlian comedian Stan Boardman and twin sister to Sky Sports presenter and comedian Paul Boardman. Contact Andrea: http://www.stanboardmantv.co.uk
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1967
    Born
    Born in 1967.
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