Juliet Sear

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Juliet Sear is a baking expert, cook, food stylist, TV presenter and international best-selling author, who prides herself on writing easy to follow recipes and bakes for home cooks who love to entertain. Her down to earth style makes her a favourite with amateur bakers in the UK, Australia, the US and beyond.

She is the go-to expert for out of the ordinary food challenges and creative food projects (including experiential, edible art installations).

Juliet Sear often writes for BBC Good Food, Sainsbury’s magazine and regularly appears on ITVs This Morning and has her own ITV show, Beautiful Baking with Juliet Sear.

Over the past 15 years, Juliet Sear has made creations for thousands of people, including high profile celebrities like Kate Moss, Fearne Cotton, Holly Willoughby, McFly, Alexa Chung, Bryan Adams, Prince Harry, Sir Ian McKellen and many others.


Joanne Malin

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(64 votes, average: 3.81 out of 5)


Joanne Malin was born in 1967 to parents Kenneth and Dorothy and has 2 siblings. Joanne Malin is married but has no children. Originally from the Moseley area of Birmingham, Joanne Malin trained to be a dancer at the Italia Conti Academy in London and worked in local theatre productions. Her first professional show was Jack and the Beanstalk with Russ Abbot at the Birmingham Hippodrome, performing as Little Miss Muffet in the chorus. She then did a provincial tour with the show 42nd Street, before taking her next role as Frenchie in a six-month sell-out tour of Grease.

After more panto in Birmingham, she took a nine-month contract dancing on the QE2. At the age of 25, she then switched career and retrained by taking a National Council for the Training of Broadcasting Journalists course at Portsmouth, where she graduated with a distinction and won a prize for Best Documentary. Joanne started out working in the news departments of local radio stations before being hired by Reuters to work on breakfast news bulletins for Virgin Radio.

From here, Joanne Malin switched from radio to television, despite having no previous experience, and joined the infamous cable channel, L!VE TV in London as a newsreader and a stand-in presenter. During her time at the station, she presented coverage of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales. In 1998, Malin joined Central Television (where she had already made a few guest appearances in her previous career as a dancer) and became anchorwoman for the West Midlands edition of Central News (later Central Tonight). She has also made appearances in regional programmes broadcast across the whole Central region.

In August 2006, Joanne Malin made the headlines after accidentally swearing during an outside broadcast on Central Tonight. She was in Stoke-on-Trent in Staffordshire with the Central Tonight tour bus, in overcast weather conditions, when she ad-libbed “…it would be lovely here in the sun, but it’s pissing it down”. Joanne Malin apologised shortly after this on-air mistake.

On 10 October 2008, she announced her decision to leave ITV Central, shortly after the announcement of 60 job losses at the station and a major restructuring of Central News. Joanne Malin presented her final programme for the station on 31 October 2008. A week beforehand, Joanne Malin announced live during an interview on BBC WM that she would be joining the BBC on a two-year contract. She has presented a mid-morning show on BBC WM since February 2009, with a view to contributing to Midlands Today and the West Midlands edition of Inside Out. In early 2012 she moved to the lunchtime slot on BBC WM.

On 11 August 2012 it was announced Joanne Malin would leave the station in September 2012, but she continued to present across the BBC Midlands Today output.

Latterly, she has been a regular weekday presenter on the breakfast, lunchtime and flagship 6.30 programmes along with co-presenters Nick Owen, Mary Rhodes and Sarah Falkland.

She has also returned to the stage on three occasions, in 2007, 2008 and 2013, to appear in pantomimes at the Lichfield Garrick Theatre.

Rebecca Jago

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(206 votes, average: 4.73 out of 5)

Rebecca Jago started her career at Vibe FM radio station, working her way up from researcher to become the co-presenter on the breakfast show. After appearing in a television documentary about Vibe FM, she was spotted by producers of ITV News Anglia who hired her as their weather presenter, and she also appeared on Channel 5’s The Wright Stuff, where she would introduce phone-in contributors.

In November 2001, Rebecca Jago joined the CBBC children’s news programme Newsround, becoming one of the two main presenters. While she worked on the programme, she appeared on a celebrity version of The Weakest Link but was the first to be eliminated after incorrectly answering the 50/50 question, “What is the safest way to read a firework instruction manual – A torch or a match?”

Rebecca Jago joined Capital London on 28 February 2003 to be Chris Tarrant’s foil on Capital Breakfast. She stayed with the new host Johnny Vaughan after Tarrant left in 2004, but her involvement ended when her contract ended in December 2004. She then had stints as a reporter on GMTV’s Entertainment Today programme, and Sky Sports News, before returning to ITV Anglia in May 2005 as a feature reporter and presenter. Since 12 February 2009, Jago has been the co-presenter of ITV News Anglia, alongside Jonathan Wills.

Belle Donati

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(37 votes, average: 4.00 out of 5)

Belle Donati is a well-known news anchor and interview host at Sky News. Her age seems to be in her 30s. However, her exact date of birth has not yet been disclosed. She is also a renowned responder for the NHS where she assisted disadvantaged young people in the United Kingdom.

Belle Donati is a news anchor and an interview host at Sky News. She joined Sky News on March 2021. She is also a freelance News Anchor and is an expert as a Cultural Presenter working all over in UK and Europe. Before beginning her journey in Sky News, she was involved with the NBC Euronews, France 24, Al Jazeera English, and BBC Radio. She hosted the early morning show named Good Morning Europe which focused mainly on Brexit Story. Belle is also involved as an NHS volunteer responder. Her job as the NHS responder is to provide support to the disadvantaged young people living in the United Kingdom.

Ali Fortescue

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(221 votes, average: 4.69 out of 5)


Ali Fortescue covers a range of national and international news stories for the news channel. She has broken exclusives, and was the first correspondent to witness a migrant boat crossing the channel.

Before joining Sky, Ali Fortescue was a reporter at the BBC in the north of England.

Ali Fortescue has won multiple awards, including an O2 award, and was commended at the Royal Television Society for her “astonishing journalism” uncovering abuse at a care home in Margate.


Kimberley Leonard

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Kimberley Leonard is the World News anchor on Sky News. Based in London, she has over 15 years of international experience, working as an anchor, reporter and producer for some of the world’s leading news channels.

A native Kenyan, Kimberley spent nearly a decade working in the Gulf before moving to the UK in 2015. During her time in Dubai, Kimberley worked as a reporter and anchor on the Business Desk, where she cultivated an interest in the hotel sector.

Kimberley has been on air for numerous breaking news events, including the removal of Robert Mugabe from power in Zimbabwe, the historic summit between Moon Jae-In and Kim Jong Un, the Grenfell Tower disaster and the Manchester bombing.

Annabel Tiffin

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Annabel Tiffin is an English broadcast journalist and presenter, currently working as a main presenter and producer for the BBC regional news programme North West Tonight.

Annabel Tiffin presents the main 6:30 pm programme alongside Roger Johnson as well as weekday late news bulletins and the North West edition of the weekly political programme Sunday Politics. Annabel Tiffin started her second stint presenting Politics North West on Sunday 16th May. This edition going out live across the Country on BBC ONE HD.

Annabel Tiffin moved to Manchester in 1990 to begin work at the Stockport Express Advertiser. She moved into local radio, working for Signal Radio in Stoke and BRMB in Birmingham, before becoming a presenter and reporter for the local cable television station Birmingham Live TV, which Annabel Tiffin launched in 1995 as the first person on air. After 18 months, she moved to Central Television in Nottingham and became a reporter and bulletin presenter for Central News East.

Annabel Tiffin joined BBC North West in 2003 as a presenter and producer for the late North West Tonight bulletin on weekdays. She later became a regular stand-in anchor on the main evening programme before becoming a main anchor in May 2012. Alongside regional news, she has also worked on regional current affairs series Inside Out North West and The Politics Show as well as coverage of local and general elections.

Natalie Pinkham

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Natalie Pinkham was born in Buckinghamshire to barrister mother Joy, and property developer John, Natalie Pinkham and her older DJ brother Sam, who presents the early morning show for Virgin Radio, were raised at the family home in Northants. Natalie Pinkham was educated at Queenswood School, an independent boarding school with fellow presenter and friend Georgie Thompson; and then as a day girl at Rugby School, before studying politics at the University of Nottingham. A capable 800m runner, she gave up the event to study at university.

After graduation, she joined Endemol as a researcher on BBC Two’s Ready Steady Cook, and then as an assistant producer on International King of Sports. She then worked for IMG/TWI as an assistant producer on Superstars.

Moving in front of the camera, she hosted the Isle of Man TT races for Men and Motors, reported from the Tennis Masters Cup in the United States for Sky Sports and fronted Chelsea F.C.’s Blues News. Pinkham co-hosted ITV4’s World Cuppa with Absolute Radio’s Christian O’Connell and BBC Radio Five Live’s Steve Bunce during the 2006 FIFA World Cup; whilst also presenting an internet World Cup show for Nobok Sports site. In recent years Natalie Pinkham has also hosted the International Rugby Awards with Joel Stransky in 2004; the SALSA fashion show in 2004 with Craig Doyle; GOAL’s Aura of Asia fundraising event with Liz Bonnin in 2005 and Extreme Sports Channel’s coverage of the Euro Beach Soccer League and the Beach Soccer World Cup Draw with Eric Cantona in 2006. Along with ITV Fixers ‘The Big Fix’, The Salon Prive dinner and the Boodles Tennis Invitational, all in 2010.

Natalie Pinkham has also been a poker presenter, becoming the face of The Poker Channel for two years – hosting the British Poker Open, the World Cup of Poker, The Scandinavian Poker Awards with Mads Mikkelsen in 2007 and a How to Play Poker DVD for Virgin Games. She also penned interviews with some of the world’s top pros and filmed the European Poker Tour for Challenge and Eurosport.

Scheduled to present Heart London’s Friday evening show from January 2008, on 7 January 2008 it was officially announced that she would be competing in ITV1’s Dancing on Ice, partnered with Russian Andrei Lipanov and being taught to skate by ice legends Torvill and Dean. Natalie Pinkham was reported to earn £35,000 for taking part but exited in Week 2 on 20 January 2008 after a skate-off with ex-Blue Peter presenter Tim Vincent and his partner Viktoria Borzenkova.

In 2009, Natalie Pinkham co-hosted The Goodwood Festival of Speed with Steve Rider and in 2009 and 2010 co-hosted The Goodwood Revival with Craig Doyle and Ben Fogle, respectively. In 2010, Pinkham guest presented Channel 5’s Live from Studio Five and continued to be a regular panelist on The Wright Stuff. She also hosted the World Series of Poker Europe for ESPN.

It was confirmed on 13 January 2011 that Natalie Pinkham was to join BBC Radio 5 Live’s Formula 1 commentary team as a pit lane reporter for the 2011 season – a role she took up beginning with the 2011 Australian Grand Prix.

In December 2011, it was announced she was working for Sky Sports covering the 2012 F1 season. Her main role for the 2012 season was pit reporting throughout the practice sessions, qualifying and the race alongside other commitments like interviews. For 2013, she replaced close friend Georgie Thompson as host of The F1 Show and over following years has become a key member of the Sky Sports F1 team.

In 2021, Natalie Pinkham became the first woman to commentate on a Formula One session on British television when she led Sky’s commentary of first practice at the 2021 Bahrain Grand Prix, working alongside Karun Chandhok and Jenson Button.