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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.
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.
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.
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.
Realising the need for something new and exciting in the Corporate Entertainment scene, Chrissy Bray has developed a series of Immersive Events which create meaningful interactions between clients and colleagues. A unique and unforgettable party experience with a difference!
Children's presenters who have carved out a corner in the CBBC schedule with their whaccky humour
Dick & Dom
Brian presented SMTV live with Tess Daly and then had his own show on ITV Brian's Boyfriends.
Star of children's TV, best known for playing Tracy Beaker and her own show Dani's House.
Best known for Blue Peter, for whom she was one of the longest serving presenters. A Cambridge economics graduate who has presented numerous programmes across the networks.
Currently Diane is a regular face on Songs of Praise (one of the BBC's longest running programmes) and a popular motivational speaker on both sides of the Atlantic. At the start of her television career, Diane initially challenged boundaries by becoming the first black presenter on Blue Peter.
Brainiac live! continues to delight, engage, entertain and inform family audiences across the globe. On the road since 2008 It is firmly established as the UK’s leading live family Science-Entertainment production. Available for corporate events or conferences or family fun days - providing interactive entertainment
Radio 1 entertainment news presenter and reporter. Awards ceremony host, particularly suitable for young audiences.
Brilliant science and technology presenter, and a memember of the Festival of the Spoken Nerd.
Ranj is a TV personality with a difference: a flourishing NHS clinician, specialising in the wellbeing of young people; and an exciting on-screen talent who can turn his hand to any subject.
TV and radio presenter whose career has spanned over 30 years. A popular DJ whose his classic kids TV show FunHouse is re-running on Sky, Friday nights Challenge TV with a cult following.
Former Blue Peter presenter now on Countryfile. As an adventurer has competed in Ultra Marathons and Kayaking 2,010 miles down the Amazon in support of Sport Relief. She completed a daring high wire walk between the towers of Battersea Power Station for Comic Relief in 2011 and more recently trekked to the South Pole.
The Scotsman dubbed him one of Scotland's hottest newcomers. Young stand up comedian who is the voice of ITV2 hit programme, Love Island.
Michaela Strachan is a BAFTA award winning presenter. She presents Spring/Autumn/Winterwatch on BBC and was previously a regular presenter on Countryfile, along with various wildlife documentaries such as the Elephant Diaries.
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.
Dominic Wood - one half of the popular Childrens presenters, Dick & Dom, Dominic Wood is also a trained magician.