Katie Boyle (born 29 May 1926) is an Italian-born British actress, television personality, and game show panelist, well-known for appearing on TV panel games such as What's My Line? and for presenting the Eurovision Song Contest in the 1960s and 1970s.She was born in Florence, Italy as Caterina Irene Elena Maria Imperiali di Francavilla, the daughter of an Italian marquis, the Marchese Demetrio Imperiali di Francavilla and Dorothy Kate Ramsden. She came to Great Britain in 1946 and started her modelling career, which included such publications as Vogue. Catherine also appeared in several 1950s films, the first being Old Mother Riley, Headmistress, (1950) in which she was billed as 'Catherine Carleton' followed by The House in the Square (1951), Not Wanted on Voyage, The Truth About Women, Intent to Kill (with Richard Todd, and miscredited as 'Catherine Boyl') in Les Carnets de Major Thompson/The Diary of Major Thompson (1955), with Jack Buchanan, filmed in France by American film director Preston Sturges.In the 1960s she became a television personality regularly appearing on panel games and programmes such as What's My Line? and Juke Box Jury.
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Rupert Murdoch reaffirmed his commitment to his embattled U. K. newspapers by announcing in London Friday that he will launch a new Sunday edition of The Sun “very soon. Controversy has surrounded the tabloid this week following the arrests. . .
Mr Kenneth Adam, director-elect of BBC Television, says that his great disappointment in his job is that he has not found one single woman star – "no woman of the calibre of Dimbleby or Michelmore, no Tony Hancock or Sir Brian Horrocks". This, he assures me, is not for want of trying.
Catherine Boyle, a staff writer for CNBC. com, notes that investors were beside themselves after stories appeared in the Guardian and the Mail, two London newspapers, that moved markets.
The Sony winner has risen to radio's premier league with its mix of football and banter – too bad about the Autoglass ads.
CNBC (EU) has appointed Catherine Boyle as a producer. Boyle is leaving her role as business corr. . .