1. Felicity Barr

      Radio Felicity Barr trained as a journalist at 2-Ten FM, before she specialised in sports reporting, covering events in sport since 1994 when she worked as a freelance journalist. Tel...click for more

    Felicity Barr
  2. Maddie Moate

      Maddie Moate is a BAFTA Award winning Television Presenter and YouTuber. One of the few female “Edu-tubers” in the UK, Maddie has been hosting educational online content for the p...click for more

    Maddie Moate
  3. 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
  4. 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

  5. Eilidh Barbour

    Eilidh Barbour is a sport presenter for BBC News Eilidh Barbour begun presenting the sports news on BBC News Channel in September 2014. Originally from Dunkeld in Perthshire, Eilidh Barbo...click for more

    Eilidh Barbour
  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. Sarah Keith-Lucas

    Sarah Keith-Lucas was born in Hastings, East Sussex in 1982. Sarah Keith Lucas is the daughter of Christopher Leslie Keith-Lucas (born 1949) and Claire Forrester. Her middle name comes from her...click for more

    Sarah Keith Lucas
  8. Ellie Taylor

      Ellie Taylor is an English comedian. She has presented Snog Marry Avoid? on BBC Three, appeared on the ITV2 show Fake Reaction and the ITV reality show "Show Me the Funny". Ellie T...click for more

    Ellie Taylor
  9. Babita Sharma

      Babita Sharma is of Indian descent and grew up in Caversham, Berkshire. She attended the University of Wales and graduated with a degree in Journalism, Film and Broadcasting. After co...click for more

    Babita Sharma
  10. Kate Kinsella

      Kate Kinsella joined BBC London, then called GLR in 1999, and cut her teeth reporting on various local BBC radio stations under the umbrella of AA Roadwatch. You'll recognise Kate ...click for more

    Kate Kinsella
  11. 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...click for more

    Julie Etchingham
  12. 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
  13. Pollyanna Woodward

      The youngest of six children, aged 16 Pollyanna Woodward was offered a place at the Carlton Television Junior Workshop in Nottingham. She then studied performing arts to gain an HND, ...click for more

    Pollyanna Woodward
  14. Lara Lewington

      Lara Lewington began her career in television working as a presenter whilst taking her degree. She first gained television recognition when working at UK auction shopping channel bid-...click for more

  15. 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...click for more

    Victoria Fritz
  16. 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
  17. Kate Silverton

    Early career Kate Silverton worked for a London-based bank before becoming a journalist. She trained with the BBC, working on Look North news before becoming a reporter and presenter at Tyne T...click for more

    Kate Silverton
  18. Suzannah Lipscomb

      Suzannah Lipscomb contributed to five episodes of The Secret Life Of: for the Yesterday Channel. The series was designed to give "tabloid treatment of historical icons" and includes a...click for more

    Suzannah Lipscomb
  19. 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 fas...click for more

    Becky Mantin
  20. Konnie Huq

    In 2007 Konnie Huq saw out her tenth and final year in Blue Peter after becoming their 26th presenter on 1 December 1997. Konnie Huq started her presenting career when she was just 17, front...click for more

    Konnei Huq
  21. 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
  22. 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
  23. Penny Smith

      Penny Smith began her career as a reporter and feature writer on the Peterborough Evening Telegraph in 1977. After four years, she left to backpack through Central and South America a...click for more

    Penny Smith
  24. 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
  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. Sam Naz

    Sam Naz is a famous journalist who is mostly known for her roles at “BBC News 8 pm Summary”,”Sky Midnight News”, and “60 Seconds.” She also anchors the show as well as a program and...click for more

    Sam Naz
  27. Sarah Beeny

      Sarah Beeny is a renowned property expert, businesswoman and TV presenter, well-known for fronting Channel 4’s Double Your House for Half the Money, Help! My House is Falling Down, ...click for more

    Sarah Beeny
  28. Julia Bradbury

      Julia Bradbury was born in Dublin to a Greek mother and a Derbyshire born father. The family moved back to the UK in the early 70's and settled in Rutland (the smallest county in Brit...click for more

    Julia Bradbury
  29. Anita Rani

      After leaving university, Anita Rani worked as a researcher for the BBC and other organisations. In 2002, Anita Rani presented The Edit, a live news and entertainment programme on ...click for more

    Anita Rani
  30. Charlotte Briere-Edney

      Charlotte Briere-Edney grew up in the bustling and vibrant heart of Camden Town in London, and maintains strong links with the area. A talented linguist, Charlotte Briere-Edney grad...click for more

    Charlotte Briere-Edney
  31. Sarah-Jane Mee

      After graduating from Manchester University, Sarah-Jane Mee joined Sky Sports as a runner, then moved to the planning desk before becoming a producer. In October 2002 Sarah-Jane Me...click for more

    Sarah-Jane Mee
  32. Rebecca Wood

      Rebecca Wood has always wanted to work in the media – particularly as a weather presenter, and after completing an English degree at Queen Mary’s University in London, came home t...click for more

  33. Charlotte Jackson

      In 2004 Charlotte Jackson wrote and presented sports news for a variety of sports websites, including sportal.com, TEAMtalk, Football365 and Golf365 among other sports related website...click for more

    Charlotte Jackson
  34. 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
  35. 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
  36. Helen Skelton

      After briefly working in public relations, Helen Skelton decided to concentrate on journalism. She worked in the newsroom at CFM Radio, and was involved with various programmes at Bor...click for more

    Helen Skelton
  37. Nicki Chapman

      Nicki Chapman rose to fame as a judge on the ITV television series Popstars and Pop Idol, together with Nigel Lythgoe and Paul Adam (on Popstars), Simon Cowell, Pete Waterman and Dr F...click for more

    Nicki Chapman
  38. Laura Tobin

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

    Laura Tobin
  39. Wendy Hurrell

      This feisty spirit attracted the attention of ITV Anglia who gave Wendy Hurrell a job as a production journalist. Behind the scenes she learned her trade - producing, writing and edit...click for more

  40. Sian Williams

      Sian Williams joined the BBC's Breakfast programme in 12 January 2001 as a relief presenter, initially presenting on Friday-Sunday alongside Darren Jordon, to cover for main presenter...click for more

    Sian Williams
  41. Laura Hamilton

    Laura Hamilton's first break in front of the camera came as 'Melody' in the popular pre-school show Fun Song Factory for CITV, which she played for two and a half years until the show ended in ...click for more

    Laura Hamilton
  42. 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
  43. Hayley McQueen

      Hayley McQueen began her television career working as a runner and production assistant for Richard and Judy before joining the television channel of Middlesbrough's Boro TV as a repo...click for more

    Hayley Mcqueen
  44. Sian Lloyd

      Whilst working for Worldwide Television News in London, Sain was asked to work with the Met Office on documentaries about the weather. She then screen tested for the ITV Weather in 19...click for more

    Sian Lloyd
  45. Nina Hossain

      Nina Hossain presents ITV News London with the capital’s main stories of the day. She conducts exclusive interviews with high-profile figures and celebrities. In addition, Nina Hoss...click for more

    Nina Hossain
  46. Alex Hammond

      Alex Hammond joined Sky Sports News as a racing expert in June 2003 and has since become a regular presenter on Good Morning Sports Fans. Alex is a born and bred horse racing fan who ...click for more

    Alex Hammond
  47. Ellie Crisell

      Ellie Crisellworked for The Mail on Sunday for a year, and then for a year in radio, before joining the ITV regional station, Tyne Tees Television, as a reporter and newsreader for No...click for more

    Ellie Crisell
  48. Alexa Chung

    In April 2006, the then-model Alexa Chung was offered the job of co‑host on Popworld on Channel 4, a music show known for its irreverent and awkward style of interviews. Alexa Chung and co‑...click for more

    Alexa Chung
  49. Kirsty Young

    Kirsty Young was born in East Kilbride. Her media career began in 1989 when she worked as a continuity announcer for BBC Radio Scotland. In 1992 she moved to Scottish Television where she prese...click for more

    Kirsty Young
  50. Lucy Horobin

    Lucy Horobin began radio presenting at Trent FM alongside Jason King, and then with Rich Clarke on the evening show which was branded Rich and Luce. Lucy Horobin and Clarke then moved to Bauer ...click for more

    Lucy Horobin