Baroness Susan Greenfield CBE is a British scientist, writer, broadcaster and member of the House of Lords. Specialising in the physiology of the brain, Susan researches the impact of 21st century technologies on the mind, how the brain generates consciousness and novel approaches to neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. She appears regularly on radio and television and frequently gives talks to the public and private sector.
A trained botanist and specialist in crop protection, Pippa is a regular presenter on the BBC's Gardener's World, often from her own Organic Kitchen Garden in Hampshire
Former Rugby player who was part of the World Cup winning squad in 2003.
Germaine Greer - Journalist, broadcaster and populariser of feminism.
At the London 2012 Olympic Games Alex raced in the men's four and won gold. The crew led from the start in a magnificent final. Alex has also twice won gold in the rowing World Championships.
Baroness Tanni Grey Thompson DBE is Britain's most successful Paralympic athlete ever! She is now an active member of the Upper House and a popular speaker.
Tanni Grey Thompson
Sought-after coach and trainer, equally at home working with CEO's and frontline staff who was invited to launch 'The Mark of a Leader' in the UK. It offers new take on the age-old power of stories and storytelling to motivate and inspire leadership.
Lloyd Griffith is a comedian, presenter, actor and a choirboy. He has co-hosted "Soccer Am" every Saturday morning for Sky One/ Sky Sports alongside John Fendley and Jimmy Bullard since 2017. He is also one of the hosts of new Netflix comedy action game show "Flinch" with Desiree Burch and Seann Walsh.
She runs a pop up cookery school in Oxford, while continues to make regular appearances on TV, Radio and in print as a cookery writer.
Practical futurist and internationally renowned thought leader in the fields of digital eminence, social business and digital disruption.
Kristina Grimes is an inspirational business woman who stepped into the limelight as the star of the hit BBC1 show 'The Apprentice' in 2007. She excelled at every task and displayed a steel-like determination to succeed. The nation was shocked when Sir Alan Sugar did not choose her as the winner but she accepted defeat with dignity.
An award-winning comedian, author and TV presenter. In the corporate sector she is an executive performance coach, specialising in training senior women for advanced leadership roles.
Loyd was born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1950 and graduated from Boston University and the London School of Economics. Presented Through the Keyhole and Masterchef.
Jeff is an acclaimed speaker on all matters to do with people management recruitment, peak performance and career development. He was also business manager for Sir Clive Woodward and has released a number of books, most recently drawing on insights from leading figures in business and sports.
At twenty-three, Bear Grylls became the youngest Briton to climb Mount Everest. Two years before, he had broken his back in a parachuting accident. Since then he has circumnavigated Britain on a jet ski, was the first person to canoe the antarctic and was the first person to paraglide over Everest. A born adventurer.
Guenier is a writer, speaker and business consultant. He is interested, in particular, in issues associated with the impact of new technology on business and society at the beginning of the twenty-first century.
Ruud Gullit started his football career in 1979 signing for the professional club Haarlem making his league debut at the age of sixteen.
Emma (@emmaguns) is the host of The Emma Guns Show podcast and an experienced journalist, specialising in beauty, wellness and first-person features who has written for Red, Sunday Times Style, Stylist and Women’s Health. She established her podcast, which has 100+ 5-star rated on iTunes, to create an honest, open resource able to go deeper than the written word and provide inspiration and community for her listeners.
Emma Gunavardhana ‘Emma Guns’
Sally has a special place in the nation's hearts as one of Britain's most popular female sportspeople. She is the only woman ever to hold four major track titles concurrently - Olympic, World, European and Commonwealth - and yet had to fight back from numerous injury setbacks. Does a lot of consultancy work with clients, setting up programmes to get their staff more engaged in physical activity and health.
An air traffic controller at Birmingham Airport for 22 years, until he retired in 1992, David's entertaining speech, entitled "What goes up doesn't necessarily come down" draws on his wide experience of near misses and narrowly averted disasters, with his tongue firmly in his cheek!
Krishnan Guru-Murthy is a channel 4 News presenter who ascended through such respected programmes as 'Newsround' and 'Newsnight'.
Former rugby player and one of the most brilliant talents. A player of astonishing natural gifts. Now a regular rugby pundit for the BBC and programme presenter.
On figures alone Sir Richard Hadlee stands among the greatest of post war all rounder cricketers. Only Botham, Kapil Dev and Imran Khan join him in the ranks of those who have scored more than 3,000 runs while taking more than 300 wickets in Test matches.
Polar explorer and an authority on Climate Change, having seen its effects first hand. Pen is unique in combining a business background, and exceptional team leadership experience, with recent, world class, ground-breaking achievements in the Arctic and Antarctic.
Recently retired Foreign Secretary, William Hague was also Leader of the Opposition from 1997-2001. He is perhaps best known for his skill in parliamentary debate, particularly in some 200 exchanges and debates with Tony Blair who considered him his fiercest adversary.
BBC World News presenter and correspondent since December 2012. Born in Afghanistan, she moved to Australia as a child and began her TV journalism career there. She has reported for the BBC from Afghanistan, the Middle East, USA, Africa and Europe.
Experienced TV presenter and producer, also a media consultant and trainer. Much in demand as a live event presenter, guest speaker and chair for conferences and seminars, she also is a motivational speaker. Author of 'Positivity'.
Young stand up comedian who has supported Russell Howard on his national tours. Also a writer for Radio 4's Now Show.
Eddie Hall is the World's Strongest Man. The number one. He can lift cars, pull planes, throw beer barrels. He is the only person ever to deadlift half a tonne - 500kg!
American comedian and master of deadpan delivery and absurdist irony, Rich has appeared regularly on Have I Got News for You and Never Mind the Buzzcocks. His own TV shows include How the West Was Lost, Rich Hall's Cattle Drive and Rich Hall's Election Show.
Former Royal Marines Officer who has presented a number of TV series from remote locations. Monty has led teams through some of the world's most demanding environments. He draws on these experiences to demonstrate the principles of good leadership and effective crisis management. Monty's new series comes out on Channel Four this Summer. Called “My Family and the Galapagos” it explores the issues that affect us all - how to keep moving forwards in a world that is changing so rapidly.
Happiness coach and writer. As a positive psychology practitioner, she uses the science of happiness and human performance to help people live a happy, passionate life. She shows how to demolish self-doubt, eliminate bad habits, embrace positive thinking and build a lifestyle to love.
World class international fencer, currently ranked second in Britain and poised to help GB win the first Olympic fencing medal since 1954.
Legendary Liverpool player. Now a sought-after football speaker. Formerly played for Bayern Munich, Newcastle United, Manchester City and MK Dons.
Synonymous with style, fashion, beauty and anti-aging, Nicky is a pioneer in reinvention. She presented 10 Years Younger on Ch4 and makes it her business to find the best solutions on offer to help women look and feel fabulous.
A high-energy, affable and delightful Welsh-Egyptian young comic who makes the personal political and the political personal.
Former SAS solider turned TV Presenter on shows including Beyond Boundaries and motivational speaker. Ken Hames is passionate about giving people the opportunity to do extraordinary things.
Appears regularly on TV and radio on everything from "Have I Got News for You" to "This Morning", "Any Questions" to "Newsnight". She also writes for various newspapers and magazines and was a finalist in Celebrity Masterchef.
Comedy writer and producer best known for Outnumbered and Drop the Dead Donkey. Regularly appears on Have I Got News For You and QI
Nutrition expert, broadcaster, writer and consultant whose passion for her subject coupled with her professional and engaging approach have made her a media favourite and respected businesswoman.
Nic is brother to F1 World Champion, Lewis Hamilton. A racing driver himself, he has participated in the Renault Clio Cup and British Touring Championship in a specially adapted car as he suffers from Cerebral Palsy.
GP and comedy writer. A regular on BBC comedy as well as on medical programmes, and a very popular after dinner speaker and awards host. He has won the Writers' Guild and a Silver Sony Award for a Radio 4 series. A brilliant speaker.
Best known as pint sized co presenter of Top Gear, he has also presented a number of science programmes, and can talk about how modern media engages with audiences of varying age groups not just through programmes, but also through online support.
World-renowned futurologist, technology analyst and commentator on the digital age. He is a natural and charismatic performer; his speaking style is spontaneous, interactive and entertaining
Former John Lewis Chairman who talks about corporate turnaround, business competitiveness and retailing.
Dave Hampton's career spans design, engineering, architecture, property, construction, facilities and innovation and he has advised on sustainability, social responsibility, and environmental and energy management. As the Carbon Coach he is equally at home in the boardroom and the boiler room.
Acclaimed actress on stage and screen and now a director of note. Sheila was married to John Thaw for 28 years.
A presenter, comedian, actor and DJ, Ryan is a jack of all trades and perfect for hosting corporate events.
An internationally recognised speaker, author and business coach who helps individuals, teams, and organisations develop a more entrepreneurial mindset for success. His best-selling book is Black Hole Focus.
Ben Hanlin is one of the UK’s most successful magicians. He is co-writer and star of ITV2’s prime time hidden camera show Tricked where he has captured audiences with his – occasionally shocking – magic and boy next-door character. Tricked won ‘Best Entertainment Programme’ at the renowned Broadcast Digital Awards and was a ratings hit!
Business improvement specialist, author, consultant, speaker and an expert on customer service, culture and competitiveness.
Former Liverpool and Scotland football international who is now a Match of the Day pundit.
Co-founder of the business transformation organisation Insight with Passion, the only female non-exec director in Rugby league for the Bradford Bulls and Tesco Enterprising Mum of the Year 2013. Founder of the Positive Image campaign. A businesswoman who regularly appears on TV and is in demand as a business and motivational speaker.
Julia Hardy is an experienced TV Presenter, writer, radio presenter and live host, specialising in technology, video games and YouTube. Her years of experience in front of the camera, teamed with her depth of knowledge and lively personalty makes her a fantastic choice for hosting live corporate events, from Awards Ceremonies to Product Launches. She is an experienced host of both conferences and awards and has given keynote speeches.
Presents More or Less on Radio 4 and writes The Economist's 'Undercover Economist'column
Star of children's TV, best known for playing Tracy Beaker and her own show Dani's House.
Dr Dawn is a part time GP in Gloucestershire, co-presenter of Channel 4's Embarrassing Bodies and regularly appears on TV and in the media, talking and writing on medical issues.
For over a quarter of a century Roger Harrabin has been one of the media's most influential voices on environment, transport, energy and related topics. He is currently the BBC's Environment Analyst, working across all media from the Today Programme to the Ten O'Clock News, Newsnight and BBC World.
Ainsley Harriott, was presenter of Ready Steady Cook and, arguably, Britain's most popular TV chef.
It was during the boxing super heavyweight finals at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney that the nation stayed up until the early hours of the morning to watch Audley Harrison punch his way to a remarkable gold medal victory, becoming the first British heavyweight in 32 years to top the boxing podium.