Mary Nightingale presents ITV1's Evening News, and has twice been named Newscaster of the Year by TRIC. In April 2006, Mary presented The Girl Who Would be Queen on ITV1 - an intimate portrait of the Queen on her 80th Birthday where Mary was given exclusive access to the Royal Family's home-movie collection.
Mary joined ITV's Newscasting team in 2001 and won the accolade the next year, and again in 2004. She played a key role in ITV's General Election night programme in 2005 as she did in 2001.
Mary anchored ITV's flagship holiday programme Wish You Were Here from 1999-2001 and also presented The Really Good Food Show, I-Spy and Most Wanted. She's voiced two series of Real Bad Girls for ITV and hosted her own programme for Classic FM entitled Dreaming Aloud - a series of intimate interviews with guests including Stephen Fry and Gordon Ramsay.
Mary started her journalism career as a presenter and writer on World Business Satellite for TV Tokyo - a live daily business bulletin. She then joined BBC World Service Television's World Business Report as a presenter and writer, covering economic and corporate news.
Prior to embarking on a career in broadcasting Mary was a Eurobond Dealer and Salesperson from 1986-1990, initially at the Bank of America International and then Tokai International, dealing with European Banks and Investment Funds.
Presents ITV's Evening News and is a regular on News at Ten
Radio 4 Today programme presenter, formerly on BBC World. A long term friend of the company, who published her first book “The Rules” last year. It intends to "inspire, motivate, champion and encourage all women to reach their potential, at work or in life" by focusing on "the practical skills that make a difference.
Former BBC Breakfast presenter and experienced broadcaster. In the corporate market she is a sought-after conference host and facilitator for clients as diverse as BP, Accenture and the BSI. She recently hosted a big conference for the IoD for the fourth time and also chaired a multinational conference in Kazakhstan.
As one of the BBC’s main national news broadcasters, Kate currently presents the One, Six and Ten o’clock national news bulletins. During the past two decades she has reported from Iraq and Afghanistan - as well as presenting a wide range of prime time BBC One programmes. Was on the most recent series of Strictly Come Dancing
Popular presenter on Good Morning Britain and This Morning. Anna is an ambassador for Childline and has trained as a counsellor. She is author of Breaking Mad: The Insider’s Guide to Conquering Anxiety drawing on her own experiences.