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Lindsey Russell presents Blue Peter live every Thursday at 17:00 for CBBC and is also the host of Taking The Next Step, which airs on CBBC channel every Monday at 16:30.
John Torode co-hosts a brand new series of Celebrity MasterChef, airing at 20:00 on Wednesday 29th & Thursday 30th June, continuing at 19:00 on Friday 1st July. John has recently appeared on ITV's This Morning, making Royal berry tarts in honour of The Queen's 90th Birthday and recently hosted BBC1's Saturday Kitchen. His latest book My Kind Of Food: Recipes I Love to Cook at Home is available from Amazon.
John Craven co-presents Countryfile for BBC1 at 18:30 on Sunday 3rd July and has just co-hosted Countryfile Spring Diaries. John has also recently hosted Songs of Praise and presented The Day I Met the Queen for BBC1.
Matt Baker co-hosts The One Show on Tuesday 28th, Wednesday 29th & Thursday 30th June and is one of the presenters of Countryfile. Last Summer Matt co-presented Big Blue Live, which recently won a BAFTA in the Best Live Event category. Matt has just presented live coverage of the Gymnastics: European Championships 2016 for BBC2.
Leah Boleto is currently in France, reporting from the UEFA Euro 2016 championships for Newsround. Leah has recently reported for BBC Sport and was live on the BBC News at One and the BBC News channel.
Gloria Hunniford hosted a world exclusive interview with Cliff Richard for ITV daytime last week. Gloria co-hosts Rip-Off Britain: Holidays weekdays at 11:00 for BBC1 and is also one of the presenters of ITV's Loose Women. Gloria was recently Kate Thornton's guest on BBC Radio 2's Paper Cuts, looking back on her life and career via her print headlines.
Chris Hollins has just presented live coverage of the FIH Hockey Champions Trophy from the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park for BT Sport. Chris has just reported live from The Mall for The Queen's 90th Birthday: The Patron's Lunch for BBC1. He has recently hosted BBC Radio Berkshire and appeared as a guest on Countdown and The Superhumans Show for Channel 4.
Naomi Wilkinson is a new presenter for BBC1's Countryfile and also presents Marrying Mum & Dad weekdays at 19:30 for the CBBC channel. Naomi has been hosting a series of live BBC Ten Pieces concerts and has also just appeared at the Bristol Festival of Nature.
Marc Edwards is a news and sports presenter for BBC World and Eurosport. Marc has also just presented Fanzone for Premier League TV.
Wildlife expert David Lindo aka The Urban Birder has recently appeared on BBC2's Springwatch and was also a guest on the BBC Radio Merseyside breakfast show. Last year David fronted a campaign to find Britain's National Bird – Britain voted for… the Robin!
Designer & technologist Thomas Thwaites is The Man Who Makes Things From Scratch and author of The Toaster Project (Or A Heroic Attempt to Build a Simple Electric Appliance from Scratch). His second book GoatMan: How I Took a Holiday from Being Human has just been published and he has also recently appeared on BBC Breakfast to discuss the new book.
Cyclist & adventurer Mark Beaumont set a brand new Guinness World Record last year by completing Africa Solo: 10,000km from Cairo to Cape Town in a record-breaking time of 41 days, 10 hours and 22 minutes. His extraordinary journey is documented in his brand new book Africa Solo, available now from Amazon.
Rani Price has just presented Wonderland for the Community Channel.
International make-up artist and beauty expert Charlotte Tilbury was a finalist in the Veuve Cliquot UK Business Woman of the Year Award 2016. Charlotte recently launched a brand new store in London's Covent Garden and has also appeared on ITV's This Morning with a series of Iconic Looks make-up masterclasses.
Bill Dod fronts five daily 30 minute prime-time news programmes for the RT UK News Channel.
Seema Jaswal is the lead anchor for Indian Super League (ISL) and host of Let's Talk Football for Star Sports in Mumbai. ISL reaches over 210 million people across India and is the 3rd most attended football league in the world. In Europe, ISL is broadcast into 171 million homes across 54 countries (on Eurosport); plus 240 million across the rest of the world. Seema was previously a reporter for MOTD Kickabout on the CBBC channel as well as the booth girl for The Wright Stuff on Channel 5.