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Gloria Hunniford co-hosts a brand new series of Rip-Off Britain: Food weekdays at 09:15 for BBC1 and is also one of the presenters of ITV's Loose Women.
John Torode co-hosts MasterChef for BBC1 – this week is Finals Week, airing at 20:30 on Monday, 21:00 on Wednesday, 20:00 on Thursday and 20:30 on Friday. John cooked live on ITV's This Morning and appeared on Lorraine last week. His food series John Torode's Australia is currently airing on Home from 15:00 on Saturdays and 13:00 on Sundays. John's latest book My Kind Of Food: Recipes I Love to Cook at Home is available from Amazon.
Naomi Wilkinson is hosting a series of live BBC Ten Pieces concerts – from London on Monday 2nd & Tuesday 3rd May and Preston on Wednesday 4th May. Naomi presents Naomi's Nightmares of Nature weekdays at 09:50/13:05 as well as Marrying Mum & Dad at 10:50/13:35 and co-presents All Over The Place: Australia at 07:45/14:30, all for the CBBC channel. She also presented Shakespeare: Text Detectives a BBC Live Lesson last week.
Matt Baker co-hosts The One Show for BBC1, Monday to Thursday evenings at 19:00 and is also one of the presenters of Countryfile every Sunday. Matt has also recently presented live coverage of the Artistic Gymnastics National Championships for BBC2.
Chris Hollins has just co-presented Secret Britain for BBC1 and also hosts Live Premiership Rugby Union coverage for BT Sport. Chris has also just co-presented live coverage of The Queen's 90th Birthday celebrations for BBC1 and recently appeared on The Saturday Show for Channel 5.
John Craven has just presented The Day I Met the Queen for BBC1 and co-presents Countryfile at 19:00 on Sundays. John has also recently hosted Songs of Praise for BBC1.
Marc Edwards is a news and sports presenter for BBC World and recently reported from the red carpet of the Laureus World Sports Awards for Eurosport. Marc has also just presented Fanzone for Premier League TV.
Blue Peter presenter Lindsey Russell has just attempted the extraordinary Wave Runner challenge for Sport Relief 2016. On Thursday 25th February, she set out to run 21.6 miles across the open water of the Irish Sea from Donaghadee in Northern Ireland to Portpatrick in Scotland in a three-metre inflatable ball. Lindsey completed an epic 17 miles in the zorb before bad weather set in and unfortunately the challenge was forced to be abandoned. Watch Lindsey live on Blue Peter every Thursday at 17:00 on CBBC. She has also recently appeared on BBC2's Too Much TV.
Newsround presenter Leah Boleto has just reported for BBC Sport and was live on the BBC News at One and the BBC News channel.
Wildlife expert David Lindo aka The Urban Birder recently appeared on BBC2's Winterwatch with a special report on urban gulls. Last year David fronted a campaign to find Britain's National Bird – Britain voted for… the Robin!
Bill Dod fronts five daily 30 minute prime-time news programmes for the RT UK News Channel.
International make-up artist and beauty expert Charlotte Tilbury has just launched a brand new store in London's Covent Garden and has also recently appeared on ITV's This Morning with a series of Iconic Looks make-up masterclasses.
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. Mark took on a new challenge in September – the newly iconic North Coast 500 coastal route; hailed as Scotland's version of Route 66 with hairpin bends and steep gradients. Cycling through the night whilst battling rain, wind and shine, Mark completed the NC500 in just under 38 hours. Mark recently appeared on Countryfile as the team explored the route.
Seema Jaswal is the lead anchor for Indian Super League and host of Let's Talk Football for Star Sports in Mumbai. 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.