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Gaynor Louise Barnes (born 27 September 1961) is a British presenter and journalist currently employed by ITV Yorkshire since 1991.
She was born in Uxbridge in Middlesex. From 1973-78 she went to St Dominic's Independent Grammar School for Girls (St Dominic's Sixth Form College since 1979) in Harrow on the Hill. From 1978-80 she went to the independent Heathfield School in Harrow.
From 1980-91 she worked for the BBC.
She became a presenter for Calendar in June 1991.
Gaynor co-presented the South edition of Calendar from January 2007, however she was redeployed as a newsreader in February 2009, following the merger of North/South editions. Her colleague Christine Talbot took leave from co-presenting Calendar in January 2012, with Barnes acting as her fill-in for the remainder of the year; from January 2013 she was a news correspondent. In late 2014, Barnes replaced Kate Walby as the Friday female co-presenter, and as presenting the bulletins during Good Morning Britain on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday's, also as a relief presenter/newsreader when Talbot is absent.
Gaynor also presented the now-defunct magazine programme Tonight (between 1996 and 2000) and was the out-of-vision co-host for the 1997 Challenge TV remake of Winner Takes All.