1. Katie Derham

      Katie Derham began her broadcasting career at the BBC, starting as a researcher on Radio 4's Money Box. In 1995 she won the Bradford & Bingley "Best Personal Finance Broadcaster A...click for more

    Katie Derham
  2. Alex Jones

      After graduation, Alex Jones became a television researcher, but after being sacked twice, was asked by a producer at Avanti productions to audition in front of the camera. Her first ...click for more

    Alex Jones
  3. Georgie Ainslie

      After graduating, Georgie Ainslie worked as a production assistant on a research and production scheme for GMTV before moving to Sky Sports in January 2001. Georgie Ainslie has cover...click for more

    Georgie Ainslie
  4. Olivia Wayne

      Olivia graduated with a Degree in American and Canadian Studies, the degree focused on American culture, entertainment, history and literature. While is America, Olivia took up an ...click for more

    Olivia Wayne
  5. Lucy Verasamy

      After graduation Lucy Verasamy worked at the Press Association’s weather centre for four years as a forecaster,writing forecasts for newspapers and scripts for radio. Having prev...click for more

  6. Louise Minchin

      Louise Minchin presents Breakfast on BBC One, the UK's most watched breakfast programme. She is also a guest presenter on BBC Radio 5 Live and a reporter on The One Show on BBC One. ...click for more

    Louise Minchin
  7. Susanna Reid

      Susanna Reid began her career at BBC Radio Bristol and then became a reporter for Radio 5 Live, as well as a producer. Susanna Reid then joined BBC News 24, where she spent two years ...click for more

    Susanna Reid
  8. Emma Bunton

      Television In October 2008, Emma Bunton appeared on the UK series of The X Factor to assist judge Dannii Minogue in choosing the three best over-25s acts to take through to the live show...click for more

    Emma Bunton
  9. Denise Van Outen

      A charismatic, energetic and engaging presenter, Denise Van Outen has become a household name in Britain, thanks to roles on mainstream terrestrial shows such as The Big Breakfast and mor...click for more

    Denise Van Outen
  10. Millie Clode

      Millie Clode's initial forays into the world of presenting included hosting a show on Oxford Brookes Radio Station Obsession FM and presenting the Great Big British Quiz for Quiz TV. ...click for more

    Millie Clode
  11. Dani Sinha

      Dani Sinha is a news anchor on BBC World News and presents BBC Business for the News Channel. She has covered big stories such as ISIS, Ukraine/Crimea, MH370, Syria and the Gaza confl...click for more

    Dani Sinha
  12. Claudia Winkleman

      Between 2002–04, Claudia Winkleman began her first daily TV role when she hosted the BBC Three Entertainment update show Liquid News, taking over from Christopher Price on the now d...click for more

    Claudia Winkleman
  13. Vicky Gomersall

      Vicky Gomersall was born in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire on 31 December, 1971. She attended Cheltenham Bournside School, and Kingston University London where she gained her degree in E...click for more

    Vicky Gomersall
  14. Anna Jones

      Anna Jones presents the lunchtime show from 12-2pm every Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Since joining Sky News in 2005, she has anchored every programme on the channel and has pres...click for more

    Anna Jones
  15. Laura Tobin

    On graduation from University in 2003, she joined the Met Office. On completing her training, she was assigned in October 2004 to the Cardiff Weather Centre, where she gained experience of broa...click for more

    Laura Tobin
  16. Andrea McLean

      Andrea McLean anchor the award-winning ITV lunchtime talk show Loose Women. Before Andrea McLean joined the show in 2007, I was best-known as one of the core team of presenters on the ITV...click for more

    Andrea McLean
  17. Jane Hill

      After completing the BBC journalism training programme, Jane Hill joined BBC Radio 5 Live at the station's launch, remaining there as a producer for 18 months. She moved into television f...click for more

    Jane Hill
  18. Amanda Holden

      Television Amanda Holden's first television appearance was as a contestant on game show Blind Date in 1991. From 2006 to 2008, Amanda Holden appeared as Sarah Trevanian in three s...click for more

    Amanda Holden
  19. Rebecca Wilcox

      Rebecca is currently filming a new series for BBC and is a regular reporter on BBC 1’s Watchdog . She received widespread critical acclaim on BBC Three’s Mischief series including the...click for more

    Rebecca Wilcox
  20. Rachel Riley

      In January 2009, Rachel Riley replaced Carol Vorderman as the co-host of Countdown doing the letters and numbers selection and mathematics solutions. She hosts the show alongside Nick...click for more

    Rachel Riley
  21. Becky Mantin

      Becky Mantin started her media career writing for the Eastern Daily Press and appearing on the commercial radio station Broadland 102. She then moved to ITV Anglia, initially as a fashion...click for more

    Becky Mantin
  22. Sophie Raworth

    Sophie Raworth joined the BBC in 1992 as a news reporter, first for Greater Manchester Radio and then as BBC Regions correspondent in Brussels in April 1994. In May 1995, she became the regular...click for more

    Sophie Raworth
  23. Nazaneen Ghaffar

      Upon graduating in 2006, Nazaneen Ghaffar's first television industry job was for Endemol in Bristol as a runner for the programme Deal or No Deal. After moving on to ITV West, her firs...click for more

    Nazaneen Ghaffar
  24. Victoria Fritz

      Victoria Fritz is a TV journalist to BBC1 1pm, 6pm and 10pm news covering business & economics stories. Lead producer to the business editor Robert Peston, economics correspondent Hugh Py...click for more

    Victoria Fritz
  25. Mary Nightingale

      Mary Nightingale is one of the UK's best known broadcasters, and has been part of the ITV News presenting team since 2000. She has twice been named Newscaster of the Year by TRIC. ...click for more

    Mary Nightingale
  26. Alexis Green

      Alexis Green is currently a Weather Presenter, Reporter and Senior Broadcast Journalist for BBC South Today, which also includes presentations on a number of the BBC's radio stations....click for more

    Alexis Green
  27. Victoria Hollins

      Victoria Hollins arrived in London after growing up in Belgium and the Netherlands. She "crossed the newsroom" to work in TV after five years as a reporter and newsreader at BBC London 94...click for more

    Victoria Hollins
  28. Holly Willoughby

      In November 2006, Holly Willoughby's hard work in children's television was recognised when she won the Children's BAFTA award for Best Presenter. January 2007 saw Holly Willoughby...click for more

    Holly Willoughby
  29. Fiona Bruce

      In September 1998, Fiona Bruce became the presenter for BBC Two's Antiques Show, which was in its fourth series. She presented it for a further two series, showing her interest in pre...click for more

    Fiona Bruce
  30. Charlotte Hawkins

      Charlotte Hawkins began her broadcasting career with ITN in 1999 as a news reader and reporter for LBC Radio. She was one of the first journalists at the fatal Paddington rail crash a...click for more

    Charlotte Hawkins
  31. Sally Nugent

      Born on the Wirral Peninsula Sally Nugent was educated at Upton Hall School FCJ. She then graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication arts and French from the University of Hud...click for more

    Sally Nugent
  32. Ruth Langsford

      Ruth Langsford presents ITV1’s flagship daytime show This Morning every Friday with her husband Eamonn Holmes. Ruth Langsford has been a host on Loose Women, covered for Lorraine...click for more

    Ruth Langsford
  33. Anna Botting

      Anna Botting joined Sky News in 1995 as a reporter, before moving into the studio to anchor the news.[3] During the 1997 election Anna Botting shadowed Liberal Democrat leader Paddy A...click for more

    Anna Botting
  34. Steph McGovern

      Steph McGovern started at the BBC doing work experience on the Tomorrow's World programme, before securing part-time employment as a researcher in current affairs. Steph McGovern went...click for more

    Steph McGovern
  35. Faye Barker

    Faye Barker began her career at the London based (European Business News), an affiliate of CNBC, in October 1996. After becoming a production journalist for ITN, she later made her on-screen...click for more

  36. Julie Etchingham

    Julie Etchingham was born and raised in Leicester, Leicestershire, where both her parents were teachers. She was raised as a Roman Catholic, and educated at the city's English Martyrs Catholic ...click for more

    Julie Etchingham
  37. Mishal Husain

      Mishal Husain first job was at Bloomberg Television in London from 1996, where she was a producer and sometime presenter. Two years later she joined the BBC in 1998 as a junior produc...click for more

    Mishal Husain
  38. Kirsty Gallacher

    From 2000 until 2004, Kirsty Gallacher hosted the Sky1 show Kirsty's Home Videos, a satellite equivalent of ITV's You've Been Framed! in which viewers send in home videos to be screened. In 200...click for more

    Kirsty Gallacher
  39. Katharine Carpenter

      Katharine Carpenter decided to pursue a career in journalism after work experience on her local newspaper and setting up a children's programme on hospital radio as a teenager. Kathar...click for more

    Katherine Carpenter
  40. Myleene Klass

      In August 2005, Myleene Klass was signed as a presenter for the ITV music show CD:UK alongside Lauren Laverne and Johny P, with her first appearance shown on 17 September 2005. In 2005, M...click for more

    Myleene Klass
  41. Lorna Dunkley

      Lorna Dunkley undertook researcher work with ITV Westcountry in Plymouth. She then became a reporter, covering stories including the Devon road protests and the environmentalist Swamp...click for more

    Lorna Dunkley
  42. Abbey Clancy

      Abbey Clancy has appeared as a talking head in the documentaries Slave to Fashion and The Ultimate Bikini Guide for Channel 4, as a guest on programmes such as Richard & Judy, The...click for more

    Abbey Clancy
  43. Carol Kirkwood

      Carol Kirkwood rejoined the BBC at Elstree Studios training department in 1993 as a freelance presenter, during which time she also presented a bi-monthly programme Talking Issues for...click for more

    Carol Kirkwood
  44. Caroline Flack

      In March 2007, Caroline Flack hosted the CBBC coverage of Comic Relief does Fame Academy, commenting on the semi-finals of the Eurovision Song Contest 2008 with Paddy O'Connell. Carol...click for more

    Caroline Flack
  45. Suzanne Virdee

      Suzanne Virdee became a journalist at the age of 18, working as a trainee reporter at the Solihull Times in her home town. Suzanne Virdee passed her journalism exams and switched to t...click for more

    Suzanne Virdee
  46. Sian Welby

      Sian Welby is from Upton, a small village in Nottinghamshire, England. She attended Minster School, Southwell. She began presenting at 19, and she was still working part-time as a sho...click for more

    Sian Welby
  47. Barbara Serra

      Barbara Serra's journalistic career started at the BBC, as a researcher. She spent three years working as a producer/presenter for BBC London News and produced on Radio 4's Today prog...click for more

    Barbara Serra
  48. Kay Burley

      Kay Burley worked in BBC local radio and TV, including Tyne Tees Television, before joining TV-am in 1985 as a reporter and occasional newsreader. From 1987, she presented TV-am's fir...click for more

    Kay Burley
  49. Naga Munchetty

      Born in Streatham, London to Indian parents, Naga Munchetty was a pupil of Graveney School. She studied English literature and language at Leeds University. Naga Munchetty's televi...click for more

    Naga Munchetty
  50. Emily Maitlis

      Emily Maitlis is now one of the main presenters of Newsnight on BBC Two, with Evan Davis, Kirsty Wark and Laura Kuenssberg. She also presents relief shifts on the BBC News channel, in...click for more

    Emily Maitlis