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It's Finals Week on MasterChef. John Torode co-hosts the programme, Monday 20th at 21:00, Wednesday 22nd & Thursday 23rd at 20:00 and Friday 24th April at 20:30 on BBC1. He appeared on Channel 4's Alan Carr: Chatty Man on Friday night and has just presented A Cook Abroad: John Torode's Argentina for BBC2. John is also featured in a special BBC iWonder online guide, to mark the 100th anniversary of ANZAC Day on 25th April.
Gloria Hunniford co-presents a brand new series of Rip-Off Britain: Food for BBC1, weekdays at 09:15. She has just presented Home Away From Home for BBC1 and is also one of the hosts of ITV's Loose Women, appearing on the show on Monday 20th & 27th April.
Matt Baker presented live coverage of the Gymnastics: European Championships for BBC2 over the weekend. Matt co-hosts The One Show Monday to Thursday evenings and also presents Countryfile every Sunday. He has also recently co-presented The Gift for BBC1.
Seema Pathan appears on The Wright Stuff for Channel 5, weekdays from 09:15 and recently reported for CBBC's MOTD Kickabout.
Chris Hollins appears as the Dictionary Corner guest on Channel 4's Countdown from Thursday 30th April. Chris is the co-host of Watchdog for BBC1 and one of the presenters of BT SportsHUB. He also presents live European Rugby Champions Cup for BT Sport and reported for BBC1's Stargazing Live, during the recent solar eclipse.
Record-breaking cyclist Mark Beaumont is embarking on a brand new adventure, Africa Solo: 10,000km in pursuit of a new World Record. Starting Friday 10th April, Mark will attempt to bring home the coveted Cairo to Cape Town World Record, aiming at 150 miles a day. The project has already raised over £30,000 for Orkidstudio, a humanitarian architecture and construction charity that Mark is proud to be Patron for. Follow Mark's progress via the live tracker.
Naomi Wilkinson is the co-host of Wild & Weird, weekdays at 08:00 on the CBBC channel. She has just appeared on the Blue Peter Comic Relief special and was recently nominated for a Children's BAFTA in the Best Presenter category. Naomi has also filmed a short video for BBC Arts Get Creative about her passion for tap dancing.
Bill Dod fronts five daily 30 minute prime-time news programmes for the RT UK News Channel.
Marc Edwards is a news and sports presenter for Eurosport and BBC World and was recently live on the BBC Breakfast sofa with the sports news. He is also one of the presenters of the FA People's Cup and has just presented highlights of the First Round for the BBC Red Button service.
Veteran Countryfile presenter John Craven appears on Pointless Celebrities for BBC1 at 18:55 on Saturday 2nd May. John joined choirmaster Gareth Malone and an array of untrained voices from the world of TV, sport and theatre to release the official 2014 BBC Children in Need single Wake Me Up, which topped the UK singles charts at Number 1! John continues to co-present Countryfile for BBC1 every Sunday and recently made a special guest appearance on ITV's Mel and Sue.
Leah Boleto reported on the recent solar eclipse for Stargazing Live for BBC1. Leah presents Newsround for CBBC and is also a regular reporter for BBC Breakfast.
International make-up artist Charlotte Tilbury recently showcased her make-up at the Oscars. Charlotte was shortlisted for the Red Women of the Year Awards 2014 in the Style category against 3 others and recently appeared on ITV's Lorraine.
Antiques and history expert James Rylands of Summers Place Auctions recently sold a diplodocus skeleton at auction for £400,000! James is one of the valuers in Cash in the Attic for BBC1 and appeared at BBC Gardeners' World Live, hosting the unique Cash In Your Garden theatre session.
Designer & technologist Thomas Thwaites was a guest speaker at a conference at the recent i2 Institute in Saudi Arabia. Thomas is the man behind The Toaster Project (Or A Heroic Attempt to Build a Simple Electric Appliance from Scratch) and winner of the Emerging Design Studio award at the Icon Magazine Awards 2013. He was also one of the Designers in Residence at the Design Museum.
Rani Price has just co-presented consumer series Don't Get Done, Get Dom for BBC1. She has also recently presented the BBC Schools science series Beneath the Lab Coat for BBC2 and recorded a series of interviews for BBC Webwise about internet shopping and getting connected online.