Rip-Off Britain: Live - BBC One
Monday to Friday @ 09:15
Gloria Hunniford
John & Lisa's Weekend Kitchen - ITV
Sunday @ 11:25
John Torode
The One Show - BBC One
Monday to Thursday @ 19:00
Matt Baker
Homes Under The Hammer - BBC One
Weekdays @ 10:00
Martel Maxwell
Countryfile - BBC One
Sunday evenings
Matt Baker John Craven

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Gloria Hunniford co-presents a brand new series of Rip-Off Britain, weekdays at 09:15 for BBC One, with a week of special live programmes from Monday 20th May.

She is also a regular panellist for ITV's Loose Women, next appearing on the show on Tuesday 28th May.

Ashley John-Baptiste is a Digital Senior Reporter for BBC News and presents a special report for The One Show on Thursday 23rd May.

Rav Wilding has just taken part in The All New Monty 2019: Who Bares Wins; which aired in a 90 minute special on ITV.

Rav presents Neighbourhood Blues, weekdays at 11:00 for BBC One and recently took part in Celebrity Antiques Road Trip with Martel Maxwell, for BBC Two.

John Torode is a regular guest chef on ITV's This Morning, next appearing on the show on Thursday 23rd May. He also co-presents a brand new ITV series with Lisa Faulkner. John & Lisa's Weekend Kitchen airs on ITV at 11:25 every Sunday; repeated at 11:35 the following Saturday.

John is of course best known as co-host and judge of fifteen seasons of MasterChef for BBC One.

John has just appeared at the RHS Malvern Spring Festival with cookery demos and Q&A as well as at This Morning Live in Birmingham.

Dr Ranj Singh presents regular health features for ITV's This Morning and is also the co-host of Save Money: Good Health for ITV.

Ranj has just appeared at This Morning Live in Birmingham and was a contestant in Strictly Come Dancing 2018.

Antiques & history expert James Rylands has just appeared on Salvage Hunters: The Restorers for the Quest channel.

John Craven co-presents Countryfile on Sunday evenings and has also just hosted a week of Countryfile Spring Diaries for BBC One.

Seema Jaswal is the host of FanZone and Kick Off for Premier League Productions. She was recently named Sports Journalist of the Year at the Asian Media Awards 2018. Seema also won the Media Award in the 2017 Asian Football Awards, for hosting live and exclusive coverage of the FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 from India for Premier League TV.

Seema provides the voiceover for Women's Football World with Coca-Cola, Saturdays at 09:35 on Channel 4. She has also just presented coverage of the 2019 World Championship Snooker for BBC Two.

Matt Baker co-hosts The One Show Monday to Thursday evenings and also co-presents Countryfile on Sundays.

He has just presented coverage of the European Gymnastics Championships for BBC One, BBC Two and the Red Button and has also recently appeared as a special guest on BBC Two's Top Gear.

Matt made a return to Classic FM over the Easter weekend, taking over the breakfast show slot on Good Friday and Easter Monday.

Former professional footballer Clinton Morrison is a regular pundit on PLP FanZone, 5 Live and Gillette Soccer Saturday for Sky Sports.

Clinton also co-presents the Jim White show on talkSPORT Radio.

Rachel Stringer is a regular reporter for BBC One's Football Focus and has also just appeared on BBC Two's MOTD: The Premier League Show.

She is the official race reporter for the Bennetts British Superbike Championships for Eurosport 2 and also presented ITV's World Of Sport Wrestling, featuring exclusive ringside and backstage interviews - repeated late Saturday nights.

Entrepreneur and former football club owner Simon Jordan is a regular guest on talkSPORT Radio as well as The Debate for Sky Sports.

Simon has also just appeared as a panellist on the Jeremy Vine show for Channel 5.

Jane McDonald's BAFTA award-winning Cruising With Jane McDonald series has just aired on Channel 5.

Andy Day hosts Andy's Prehistoric Adventures, weekdays at 16:10 on CBeebies.

Lindsey Russell presents Blue Peter live every Thursday at 17:30 and is also the co-host of Taking The Next Step for CBBC.

Bela Shah is a news anchor and presenter for Sky Sports News.

International make-up artist Charlotte Tilbury received an MBE from Her Majesty The Queen, for services to the beauty and cosmetics industry during her 26-year career.

Chris Hollins presents coverage of the FIH Hockey Pro League for BT Sport.

Toyah Willcox has just taken part in BBC One's Pointless Celebrities and has also just appeared as a panellist on the Jeremy Vine show for Channel 5.

Storm Huntley co-presents the Jeremy Vine programme (previously The Wright Stuff), weekdays at 09:15 on Channel 5 and co-presents Down On The Farm for CBeebies.

Storm has also just presented two feature documentaries; Sex On The Streets and Squatters Next Door, both for 5Star.

Dr Tijion Esho is an award-winning doctor specialising in aesthetic medicine, appearing in E4's Body Fixers.

Record-breaking cyclist & adventurer Mark Beaumont was awarded the British Empire Medal (BEM) for services to sport, broadcasting and charity in the 2018 New Year Honours.

In his latest record-breaking attempt Mark set a new British record in the Penny Farthing Hour challenge – watch the video below for more information.

Stand-up comedian Des Clarke hosts Capital Breakfast with Des Clarke, Steven and Amy for Capital Radio Scotland every weekday from 06:00.

Martel Maxwell co-presents BBC One's long-running property series Homes Under The Hammer, with brand new episodes at 10:00 on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

She also recently appeared alongside Rav Wilding in BBC Two's Celebrity Antiques Road Trip.

Investigative journalist Paul Connolly returns to Channel 5 with several brand new documentaries, including Hunted And Confronted: Cowboys, Crooks And Chancers.

Kim Appleby has recently co-presented Smashing Hits! The 80s Pop Map Of Britain And Ireland with Midge Ure, a three-part series for BBC Four, which saw the duo take to the road to reveal just how this was the most revolutionary musical decade in British pop history.

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