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Gloria Hunniford co-presents Rip-Off Britain: Food for BBC1, Tuesday evenings at 19:00. Gloria has also recently hosted Loose Women for ITV.
Naomi Wilkinson presents Naomi's Nightmares of Nature weekdays at 13:55 on the CBBC channel and a brand new series of Marrying Mum and Dad starts at 09:30 on Monday 3rd August. Naomi is also a new judge for this year's Countryfile Photographic Competition.
John Torode co-hosts Junior MasterChef weekdays at 09:30 & 14:25 on the CBBC channel. John has just co-hosted Celebrity MasterChef for BBC1 and his cookery series John Torode's Australia recently aired on the Good Food channel.
Marc Edwards is a news and sports presenter for BBC World and Eurosport and has also recently appeared on the BBC Breakfast sofa with the sports news.
Mr Motivator will be appearing at the Y Not Festival on Saturday 1st August.
Leah Boleto presents Hiroshima: A Newsround Special for CBBC at 17:30 on Thursday 6th August, to mark the anniversary of the Hiroshima bombing. Leah also recently reported live from the latest Harry Potter spin-off film auditions in London for BBC Breakfast.
Bill Dod fronts five daily 30 minute prime-time news programmes for the RT UK News Channel. The news programme about tragic events in southeastern Ukraine in May 2014, when the National Guard opened fire on civilians on Victory Day, was recently nominated for the Golden Nymph Award of the Monte Carlo Television Festival — the largest and one of the most prestigious TV festivals in the world.
Veteran Countryfile presenter John Craven has just hosted BBC2 quiz series Beat The Brain. John continues to co-present Countryfile every Sunday and also recently appeared on The Box for BBC1.
Seema Pathan is the lead anchor for Indian Super League 2015 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.
Record-breaking cyclist Mark Beaumont has just completed his latest adventure, Africa Solo: 10,000km in pursuit of a new World Record. Mark completed the journey from Cairo to Cape Town in a brand new official Guinness World Record-breaking time of 41 days, 10 hours and 22 minutes.
Chris Hollins has just co-presented Watchdog for BBC1 and also appeared in the anniversary programme Watchdog At 30. Chris was also recently the Dictionary Corner guest on Channel 4's Countdown.
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.
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). Thomas is the winner of the Emerging Design Studio award at the Icon Magazine Awards 2013 and was also one of the Designers in Residence at the Design Museum.