Kaye anchored the ITV daytime talk show Loose Women for 7 years, where her journalistic training, incisiveness, and humour combine with the rest of the female panel to create a popular and engaging mix of topical issues and entertainment.
Paralympian basketball player, television sports commentator and actor. He contracted polio as a young child and is now a champion of disability sports. A fine role model.
BBC’s Europe editor leading coverage on Europe’s reaction to Brexit. A seasoned public speaker and moderator of events and debates.
BBC Test Match Special commentator affectionately known as 'Aggers', former professional cricketer with Leicestershire
Sometime actor and comedian who's been on McIntyre's Roadshow and Live at the Apollo. Terry's act is unique: a mixture of the surreal, part physical comedy, part beatbox, infused with clever satire and even the odd observation. Was on Let's Dance for Sport Relief as Tina Turner!
Everybody's favourite cartoon banker (he appears in the Telegraph and has a show on Classic FM) is brought to life by Cold Feet's Robert Bathurst in this hilarious parody of city life, ideal for corporate events.
Robert Bathurst as Alex
Sameena is the friendly ITV Central newsreader with the big smile who loves hosting events. She has won the "RTS Best On Screen Personality" three times and is an ambassador for Breast Cancer Research.
Anchorman for Onefootball, hosting their daily football news, documentaries and features. As a host he has presented at two champions League Finals, Asian Athletics championship in India and the rugby world cup.
Stephen K Amos is supremely warm and wickedly funny with an ability to charm onlookers right into the palm of his hand. A natural for corporate events he is always in demand. TV appearances include "Mock The Week", "Have I Got News For You" and "QI".
Stephen K Amos
Clive Anderson presents Loose Ends and Unreliable Evidence on Radio 4. He is a former lawyer who is a popular corporate host and after dinner speaker.
Geordie duo Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnell - better known as Ant and Dec - have been entertaining audiences with their unique brand of zany humour since they were in their teens.
Ant and Dec
Presenter of Escape to The Country (BBC) Previously presented Cash In The Attic (BBC), House Doctor (Ch5) and Proms coverage (BBC). However he has another string to his bow as he has trained as a Buddhist meditator. Since 2004 he has been a great proponent and teacher of Mindfulness - a form of Buddhist meditation which has had proven success in reducing stress and mental suffering.
Actor and comedian who presents Pointless on BBC1. He is one half of the comedy duo Armstrong and Miller but he has also found fame in dramas and sitcoms. A regular host on Have I Got News for You.
Newsreader, writer and broadcaster who champions women in the media. Civil partner of Clare Balding.
Is the Entertainment Editor for ITV's breakfast show Good Morning Britain. Richard has also taken part in a number of television shows including 71 Degrees North, Let's Dance for Comic Relief and Strictly Come Dancing.
Best known for The IT Crowd, he has presented numerous travel documentaries and has recently become the new host of The Crystal Maze.
Former Blue Peter presenter who was famously sacked after confessing that he had used cocaine. He survived the setback and has gone on to present The Big Breakfast, reality shows and The Big Painting Challenge.
Experienced TV current affairs presenter on BBC World News Today. Previously presented Channel 4 News and The World Tonight on Radio 4.
Came to fame on TV as one half of the comedy duo Baddiel & Skinner, with Frank Skinner. As well as being a highly successful post-alternative comedian, David has written 4 books and the film The Infidel.
Bill is one of the country's best loved comedians. His unique brand of stand-up and musical comedy has taken him around the world and earned him a huge international fanbase.
Professional conference and event host who is also an experienced speech writer.
Popular countryside presenter best known for Blue Peter, Countryfile and the One Show, not forgetting Strictly Come Dancing.
Clare has her own show on BT Sport plus still broadcasts regularly for the BBC. A popular and versatile choice for the corporate market who is comfortable hosting, chairing or speaking. Very inspirational.
Born in Lancashire, her father, Johnny Ball, is a famous children's television show presenter. She studied at the Holy Convent School in Chalfont St. Peter and City Poly. Zoe Ball is a famous radio and television personality in Britain. Her first appearance was for Saturday Superstore, when she was a child, and her father was also guest on the show.
Matt Barbet is a news broadcaster and journalist. He presented 5 News Tonight on Channel 5 for a decade. Matt has also previously presented Breakfast, BBC London News (BBC 1), The Cycle Show (ITV 4), The Wright Stuff, The 5 O'Clock Show (Channel 5) and News Hour (Daybreak). A popular conference presenter and awards host.
Interior designer who was instrumental in awakening the public's interest in home design with the BBC's pioneering show Changing Rooms, she became one of the best known designers in the UK. She continues as a designer in both the private and corporate sectors.
Sue's bubbly personality and professionalism have made her the UK's leading female sports presenter. Over the last ten years she has established herself as a key figure on the BBC Sports team, fronting such television coverage as The Olympics, Grandstand and of course, Wimbledon. She is also the presenter of the ever-popular sports quiz A Question of Sport.
One of the first high profiles black footballers who made his name at Watford before moving to Liverpool in 1987. His international career with England started at the age of 19 and he went on to win 79 caps before retiring and becoming a TV pundit.
Jeni Barnett is an English actress and arguably one of the UK's leading food presenters. Jeni's career spans thirty years but she is Best known for hosting UKTV Food's flagship food show, Great Food Live
Journalist and broadcaster. Hosts BBC 5Live's morning programme 5Live Daily. She co-hosts The Pledge on Sky News and is the youngest presenter on Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour.She has recently joined Newsnight as one of their three main presenters.
Tech journalist and television presenter, best known as a presenter on The Gadget Show, Channel 5
Comedian, actor, writer and MC. Member of The Cutting Edge team at The Comedy Store. Has taken 5 shows to the Edinburgh fringe and as well as performing his own stand up writes regularly for TV and radio comedy shows.
Popular all round entertainer whose credits take in the West End, small screen and TV shows. Has broad appeal.
Former Rugby player who has gone on to have a multi faceted career taking in roles in Harry Potter and presenting World’s Strongest Man and Crimewatch, as well as Rugby. At 6”10, he certainly has presence, and has become a fixture on the corporate circuit.
Brilliant Irish comedian, writer and actor whose credits include QI, Live at the Apollo and 8 Out of 10 Cats.
Brilliant comedian and raconteur. Cally is a senior media exec by day, and stand up by night, so understands events from both client and performer side. Her keynote speeches include "The Secret Seller" looking at how you master the art of the "sell" and "What The Most Successful People Do At Work" where she looks at what the most successful people have in common and how you can be like them! An informative, funny and above all practical talk!
TV and radio presenter whose career began in Mumbai, Nikki became widely known via the BBC Asian Network. She has recently completed a documentary series Bollywood Britain for BBC Radio 2 and presents the property series To Buy or Not to Buy on BBC1.
Well known property developer and presenter of Channel 4's Property Ladder among many other property related programmes.
Olympic skier, TV presenter, adventurer and journalist, regarded as one of the finest downhill skiers the UK has ever produced. Five time Olympian, he was named Ski Champion of Britain eight times during his competitive career.
Sports presenter who has covered some major events including the Burghley Horse Trials, British Touring Car Championships, Royal Ascot and the Grand National. Lead presenter on ITV Racing.
Regular contributor to BBC's The One Show and has guest presented Something for the Weekend with Tim Lovejoy (now Sunday Brunch on C4). Started out on Blue Peter.
Professor David Bellamy, botanist, writer and broadcaster has become one of the best-known and respected personalities in Britain. His numerous television and radio broadcasts communicate to thousands of people his enthusiasm and concern for the natural world. David Bellamy's travels take him across the world heralding the message that a new, enlightened view of conservation is needed and that every person has a part to play.
Engineer, TV & radio broadcaster whose credits include Tomorrow's World and The Big Bang. A popular science presenter, committed to promoting science to young people through the STEM campaign.
Sanchia Berg is a senior BBC reporter/correspondent on Radio 4's Today Programme and on BBC2's Newsnight, specialising in Education and Social Affairs
Bob is probably the only person ever to have been awarded an MBE by the Queen for after dinner speaking. Has made appearances on Countdown and has lots of sporting stories …always a hit with men of a certain age!
Bob 'the Cat' Bevan MBE
Best known for his roles in Goodness Gracious Me and The Kumars At No. 42, Sanjeev is an experienced actor and screenwriter. A popular awards host, presenter and speaker.
Sex and relationship therapist, media personality and lifestyle host.
Diana is a trained journalist and presents British Formula 3 and GT Championship in conjunction with Channel 4 and Hay Fisher Productions. She is also the face of 'Motorsport UK for ITV1 and currently fronts the 'Late Night Sport' for Channel 5.
Liverpool comedian with his own BBC 1 Show whose brakthrough came on Michael McIntyre. His gift for storytelling and his own unique brand of observational humour make his a top choice for corporate events
Born in Besancon, France in 1949, Raymond Blanc is acknowledged as one of the finest chefs in the world. His exquisite cooking has received tributes from every national and international guide to culinary excellence.
Northern Irish TV presenter. She co-presented BBC's One Show and ITV's Daybreak breakfast show, alongside Adrian Chiles, until Sept 2012.
Legendary actor who trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School before beginning a distinguished and varied career, which has encompassed all media. Brian is now one of this country's best known and most highly respected actors.
Former BBC journalist and Communications Director at the Bank of England, Nils Blythe has extensive experience as a keynote speaker and conference chairman.
New Zealand born Erin is a professional dancer who has shot to international fame through her partnership with Anton du Beke exemplified by their frequent appearances on BBC's Strictly Come Dancing.
A runner up on ITV1's "I'm a Celebrity...Get me out of here!", Jennie Bond is one of the most familiar faces on British television having been the the BBC's Royal Correspondent for over thirteen years.
Rob Bonnet presents sports on a variety of BBC programmes across radio and TV the including Radio 4 Today Programme, main evening news on One and BBC World News. Away from the studio he is a popular choice for corporate events.
Susan is a media trainer, having been a broadcast journalist for over 20 years. She presented the early morning business show on LBC radio having previously worked for the BBC, Sky and ITV.
Award winning reporter/presenter on Sky News, Anna has been in the thick of things, presenting news live from Tripoli (conflict in Libya), Baghdad, Iraq, Portugal (Madeleine McCann), Israel and Poland and Rome (death of Pope John Paul II.
American businesswoman, model, actress and television personality. She lives in London where she runs her company, ByCaprice Lingerie. Passionate about business she is a role model for women in business.
Journalist and broadcaster who was the first woman to edit a broadsheet. Rosie was Boris Johnson's food Tsar and also involved in social and sustainability issues - she once lived rough for a week for a BBC documentary.