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Gloria Hunniford co-presents a brand new series of Rip-Off Britain: Holidays, weekdays at 09:15 on BBC1.
She is also a regular panellist for ITV's Loose Women, next appearing on the show on Wednesday 23rd & Friday 25th January.
Ashley John-Baptiste appears on The One Show on Monday 14th January to present Home From Home; a special film in which he visits a care home to meet a group of children starting 2019 in the care system. Ashley will also be in the studio to talk further about his own experience growing up in care.
MasterChef judge John Torode is a regular guest chef on ITV's This Morning and will be appearing on the brand new This Morning - On Sunday programme, from 10:30 on Sunday 20th January.
This week the Good Food channel is hosting a Best Of Australia season, with John Torode's Australia airing Monday to Friday at 13:00 and 22:00.
On Saturday the channel features Best Of The Americas, with another chance to see A Cook Abroad: John Torode's Argentina at 13:00/22:00.
Matt Baker co-hosts The One Show Monday to Thursday evenings and also co-presents Countryfile on Sundays, which recently featured the fourth annual Countryfile Ramble for Children In Need.
On Saturday 19th January, Matt will be making his debut on Classic FM as he stands in for Alan Titchmarsh — tune in from 07:00 til 10:00.
In November Matt took to the road for The One Show's Rickshaw Challenge, for the eighth year running; supporting and mentoring six young people as they cycled 423 miles from Calais to Salford in a custom rickshaw for BBC Children In Need.
Bela Shah presents Newsbeat for BBC Radio 1 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays and is a regular presenter for 5 News.
Jane McDonald presents her BAFTA award-winning Cruising Down Under series for Channel 5, Friday nights at 21:00.
Jane also hosts the fabulous series Jane McDonald & Friends, which has recently aired on Channel 5.
International make-up artist Charlotte Tilbury has just received an MBE from Her Majesty The Queen, for services to the beauty and cosmetics industry during her 26-year career.
John Craven co-presents Countryfile on Sunday evenings and hosts the seasonal Countryfile Diaries spin-off series for BBC1.
John also appeared live on BBC1's Children In Need appeal night with an update on how the Countryfile Calendar supports BBC Children In Need.
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.
Dr Ranj has just taken part in Strictly Come Dancing for BBC1 and will be on the Strictly Live Tour from Friday 18th January until Sunday 10th February.
Chris Hollins has recently co-hosted The Lord Mayor's Show with live coverage on BBC1.
Chris is the winner of Strictly Come Dancing 2009 and appeared on Strictly The Best for BBC1.
Toyah Willcox has just taken part in BBC1's Pointless Celebrities and has also just appeared as a panellist on the Jeremy Vine show for Channel 5.
Former professional footballer Clinton Morrison is a regular pundit on PLP FanZone and was a recent guest on Robbie Savage's Premier League Breakfast show on BBC Radio 5 Live.
Lindsey Russell presents Blue Peter live every Thursday at 17:30 and is also the co-host of Taking The Next Step for CBBC.
Blue Peter has recently celebrated its 60th birthday with an hour long live broadcast on CBBC and special birthday programmes on BBC Radio 2 plus additional Blue Peter specials on BBC Four.
Lindsey has also just appeared alongside Dr Ranj Singh in ITV's The Big Audition.
Rachel Stringer is a regular reporter for BBC1's Football Focus, Saturdays at 12:00.
Rachel was 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 at 00:35 from Sunday 20th January.
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 was part of ITVs reporting team for the FIFA World Cup and has also just presented ITV4's coverage of the Brazil v Uruguay match live from the Emirates Stadium.
Dr Tijion Esho is an award-winning doctor specialising in aesthetic medicine, appearing in E4's Body Fixers.
Storm Huntley is a regular face on the Jeremy Vine programme (previously The Wright Stuff), weekdays at 09:15 on Channel 5 and also co-presents Down On The Farm for CBeebies.
Summer 2018 was a fantastic season of sport – we covered…
UEFA Euro U17 Championships
FIFA World Cup
Women's Hockey World Cup
British Rowing Power8 Sprints
European Championship Gymnastics
Entrepreneur and former football club owner Simon Jordan is a regular guest on talkSPORT Radio as well as The Debate for Sky Sports.
He is also a regular panellist on The Wright Stuff for Channel 5.
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.
Bill Dod fronts 4 hours of daily prime time news from 19:00 for the RT UK News Channel.
Martel Maxwell co-presents BBC1's long-running property series Homes Under The Hammer, with brand new episodes at 10:00 on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
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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