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Emma Lee

Emma Lee is a television presenter and former catwalk model, she has presented productions which have gone on to receive RTS and BAFTA recognition and has presented on GMTV and ITV1’s The Zone.

Ed Hall (television presenter)

Ed Hall (born 16 March 1974) in Ascot, Berkshire is a British television presenter best known for being a co-presenter on BBC daytime television show To Buy or Not to Buy. He began his broadcast career as a reporter for The Sunday Show. He has also presented the Channel 4 paintball show XFire and acted as an interviewer for the first two series of Techno Games.

Dermot Murnaghan

Dermot Murnaghan (born 26 December 1957) is a British broadcaster. A presenter for Sky News, he was a news presenter at CNBC Europe, Independent Television News and BBC News. He has presented news programmes in a variety of time slots since joining Sky News in 2007.

Danielle Nicholls

Danielle Audrey Nicholls (born 16 December 1978 in Salford, Greater Manchester) is a British television presenter, best known for her presenting of CITV from 1998 to 2001, and Night Fever on UK Channel 5.
She currently hosts a radio show with her sister called “Danielle and Jodie”, Salford City Radio, every Tuesday at 18:00.
In an article in 2013 she said “At 19 I saw an advert in The Stage (newspaper) for a wacky and fun person to work in children’s television, at the time I had no idea it was for CITV. I decided to apply by sending in an home made show-reel shot by my mum in my living-room. Amazingly I got picked along with Stephen Mulhern out of over 1,000 applicants, and then the fun began. I am now a full time mummy to my two fabulous boys, and my beautiful daughter – who very sadly died last year. I am still best friends with Stephen and we always have great fun like the old days when we get to catch up.”

Christine Walkden

Christine Helen Walkden (born 7 April 1955) is a British television presenter and gardener, best known for her appearances on gardening programmes and The One Show. She has hosted her own series, Christine’s Garden on the BBC.

Catherine Jacob (journalist)

For the French actress, see Catherine Jacob (actress).

Catherine Jacob (born 1976, Sunderland, England, UK) is a freelance broadcast journalist and news presenter.

Brendan Coogan

Brendan Coogan (born 17 July 1970) is a British television and radio presenter, from Middleton, Greater Manchester. In 1999 Coogan briefly presented BBC motoring programme Top Gear following the departure of former host Jeremy Clarkson, but left after a few months following a drink-driving conviction. Between 1999-2001 he was a presenter on Radio 5 Live. In 2003-04 he was a regular face on Granada Television in the North West of England.
In 2004 he won a Royal Television Society award for Best Presenter. Two of his brothers are comedian Steve Coogan and former Mock Turtles singer Martin Coogan. Since 2008, Brendan Coogan has been a regular presenter on BBC Radio Manchester, filling in on The Eamonn O’Neal and Jimmy Wagg Show. In April 2006, he became a presenter for the Sky One motoring show Vroom Vroom. In 2006, he was the live commentator on Cirque de Celebrité on Sky One.

Ayan Panja

Dr Ayan Panja (born June 1973, Rochford, Essex) MBBS (Lond 1999), MRCGP (2003), DRCOG (2001), DFFP (Diploma of the Faculty of Family Planning, 2002) is an English doctor and television presenter.
Educated at Brighton College, he is a partner in a NHS GP town centre practice in St Albans.
Ayan presents and reports for a monthly show on BBC World News called Health Check with Claudia Hammond. He is the resident doctor for the channel and regularly appears on the flagship news programme Impact on a weekly or fortnightly basis covering the latest in global health.

Ashley House (TV presenter)

Ashley House is a former school teacher of Economics, Business Studies & Italian at Cheltenham College, who quit his job to pursue a career in sports journalism & broadcasting. Since then he has pursued his broadcasting career on many levels, presenting shows on the BBC, Sky Sports, ITN, Channel 5, Televisión Española, and others.

Angus Purden

Angus Purden (believed to be born in 1974) is a Scottish television presenter. A teenage Mr. Scotland and model, he wrote for a local evening newspaper and is now best known for presenting do-it-yourself and Scottish lottery shows. One of the regular presenters for the BBC series Cash in the Attic since 2002, he also appeared in programmes such as Channel 4’s Room For Improvement (2004) and Derek Acorah’s Ghost Towns (2005–2006) for Living TV, and he was a street prize presenter and public face of People’s Postcode Lottery. In April 2010, Angus became the main host of STV gameshow Postcode Challenge.

Andy Hodgson

Andrew Patrick Hodgson is primarily known as an auctioneer/presenter on the British television shopping channel bid tv.

Ali Shaw

Alison “Ali” Shaw (née Douglas), better known as “Ali Shaw” is a Scottish television presenter, who has appeared on ITV News, Sky Sports and MUTV.

Adrian Franklin

Adrian S. Franklin (born 19 December 1955) is a British-born Australian sociologist, who is a professor of sociology at the University of Tasmania and a television and radio presenter for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. He was worked on several ABC radio and television programs as By Design on ABC Radio National and the television series Collectors where, with Gordon Brown and Claudia Chan Shaw, he was one of the panel of experts.
Franklin was born in Canterbury, England and holds a Master of Arts in Sociology from the University of Kent, and was awarded his PhD in Sociology from the University of Bristol in 1989 for his thesis Privatism, the Home and Working Class Culture. He held professorships at Bristol and the University of Oslo, before emigrating to Australia as a reader of sociology at the University of Tasmania.

Jason Bradbury

Jason Bradbury (born 10 April 1969) is an English television presenter and children’s author, best known for presenting shows such as the Channel 5 technology programme The Gadget Show and the BBC One game show Don’t Scare the Hare. In 2016, Bradbury presented several rounds of the Tour Series cycling competition for ITV4.
His first book, Dot Robot, was published on 5 February 2009 and his second novel in the Dot Robot series of techno-thrillers, Atomic Swarm, was published on 1 February 2010. The third book, Cyber Gold was published on 7 April 2011.
He is on the judging panels for the BAFTA Video Games Awards and the Media Guardian Innovation Awards.

John Morgan (comedian)

John Morgan (September 21, 1930 – November 15, 2004) was a Welsh-born Canadian comedian.

Ross McWhirter

Alan Ross McWhirter (12 August 1925 – 27 November 1975) was, with his twin brother, Norris, the co-founder of Guinness World Records and a contributor to The Record Breakers. He was murdered by the Provisional Irish Republican Army (IRA) in 1975.

Ray Rayner

Ray Rayner (born Raymond M. Rahner; July 23, 1919 – January 21, 2004) was a staple of Chicago children’s television in the 1960s and 1970s on WGN-TV.

Ray Mears

Raymond Paul Mears (born 7 February 1964) is an English woodsman, instructor, businessman, author and TV presenter. His TV appearances cover bushcraft and survival techniques. He is best known for the TV series Ray Mears’ Bushcraft, Ray Mears’ World of Survival, Extreme Survival, Survival with Ray Mears, Wild Britain with Ray Mears and Ray Mears Goes Walkabout. The name “Ray Mears” is also a trademark used to protect his business operations, particularly those involving the goods and services he offers through his company Woodlore Ltd.

Ching He Huang

Ching-He Huang (Chinese: 黃瀞億; pinyin: Huáng Jìngyì; Wade–Giles: Huang2 Ching4-i4; born 8 November 1978), often known in English-language media simply as Ching, is a British Taiwanese food writer and TV chef who has appeared in a variety of television cooking shows and is the author of six best-selling cookbooks. Ching is recognised as a foodie entrepreneur having created her own food businesses. She has become the face of Chinese cookery internationally through her TV shows, books, tableware range and involvement in many high-profile campaigns and causes.

Don Cornelius

Donald Cortez Cornelius (September 27, 1936 – February 1, 2012) was an American television show host and producer who was best known as the creator of the nationally syndicated dance and music show Soul Train, which he hosted from 1971 until 1993. Cornelius sold the show to MadVision Entertainment in 2008.

Mark Finley

Mark A. Finley (born 1945) is the former host and director of It Is Written (from 1991–2004), for which he traveled around the world as a televangelist, and spoke on the weekly television show It Is Written. He was the first Seventh-day Adventist pastor to do a satellite evangelistic series.
He also served as one vice-president out of nine for the Seventh-day Adventist Church, and has written over 74 published books.

Des O’Connor

Desmond Bernard “Des” O’Connor, CBE (born 12 January 1932) is an English comedian, broadcaster and singer. A former chat show host, he was the presenter of the long-running Channel 4 gameshow Countdown for two years. He has also recorded 36 albums and has had four top-ten singles, including a number-one hit with “I Pretend”, with global sales of more than ten million records.

Clive Walker

Clive Walker (born 26 May 1957 in Oxford, England) is an English retired footballer. His playing career spanned some 1,000 league and cup games for Chelsea, Sunderland, Fulham and Brighton before enjoying a renaissance in the Conference with Woking and Cheltenham Town.

Roger Black

Roger Anthony Black MBE (born 31 March 1966) is a retired British athlete. During his athletics career, he won individual silver medals in the 400 metres sprint at both the Olympic Games and World Championships, two individual gold medals at the European Championships, and 4×400 metres relay gold medals at both the World and European Championships. Since retiring from athletics, he has worked as a television presenter and motivational speaker. In 2008, Black joined forces with fellow athlete Steve Backley and operate BackleyBlack LLP delivering Olympic Performance in the Workplace. Black has a collection of fifteen medals from major senior athletics competitions to add to his two European junior championship gold medals.