Fiona Phillips has presented other programmes, including as the celebrity lifestyle show OK!TV, Baby House and Room to Rent, Carlton’s entertainment guide Good Stuff, LWT’s Friday evening entertainment show Start the Weekend, ITV’s Sunday Night and the Rich and Famous series. Fiona Phillips currently writes an opinion column in the Daily Mirror on Saturdays and works as an agony aunt in New! magazine.
Fiona Phillips was a regular panellist on Loose Women in 2002, and was a guest anchor in 2004 and 2005. She returned to Loose Women as a guest anchor in March 2009 and again in March 2010. Fiona Phillips was a guest host on the daytime Channel 5 show The Wright Stuff in April/May 2009. In August 2010 she appeared as a panellist on the short lived ITV chat show 3@Three.
Fiona Phillips took part in the third series of Strictly Come Dancing in 2005, with professional partner Brendan Cole. The pair were voted out on Week 4 following several weeks of low scores.
Fiona Phillips had also been in the documentary The Killer in Me on 8 November 2007, a show that saw four celebrities agree to take a groundbreaking test that revealed the secret killers lurking in their genes. Fiona joined former England footballer John Barnes, political commentator and presenter Andrew Neil, and Heart FM DJ Toby Anstis who all found out their risk of developing 11 major diseases, including cancer, heart disease and Alzheimer’s disease.
On 7 September 2008 Fiona Phillips was a guest on Soccer Aid and again on 12 September 2008, this time on Al Murray’s Happy Hour both shown on ITV. Fiona Phillips is a regular reporter for the BBC One consumer affairs programme Watchdog. On 19 March 2015, Fiona Phillips presented The Truth About…Sugar on BBC One.
Fiona Phillips hosted a show on Smooth Radio in the 2-5pm slot every Sunday, starting from Easter Sunday, 23 March 2008, until 2009 when she left the station. Fiona Phillips also stood in for Simon Mayo on Radio 5 Live from 30 March to 3 April 2009.