Luxmy Gopal

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Luxmy Gopal is an English journalist and famous TV personality. She has been a reporter and news presenter of the program ‘The North Leeds’ for BBC. She likes to travel and is passionate about exploring new places and cultures. She has visited many countries including Italy, Cuba, South Africa, and Spain. She can speak German and English fluently and knows a little French as well.

Luxmy Gopal went to Africa in 2019 on a Safari trip through Kenya and Tanzania, fulfilling one of her childhood dreams. There, she saw the vast wildlife of Africa and witnessed the pride of lions. Sometimes, she is seen do-sitting her family’s German Shepherd dogs.

In the early days of her career, Luxmy Gopal used to work on Sundays for Evening Standard, and Camberley News and Mails from 2010 to 2011. She led interviews, reported from courts, and published articles during this period.

Luxmy Gopal also served as editor for Arts London News in May 2011. From August 2011 to December 2011, she worked with Exaro News as an investigative journalist. There, she worked on the stories on the conflict of interest of the British Parliament members. She started her journey with BBC in September 2011 as a broadcasting journalist and went on to grow further in her career with BBC. She has been a TV reporter and video journalist for BBC since 2016.


Abi Stephens

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Whether it’s presenting MotoGP live on BT Sport, interviewing boxers ringside on Eurosport or jumping out of a plane whilst hosting The National Sky Diving Championships, Abi Stephens brings exceptional knowledge and an infectious energy to everything she tackles.

Abi’s skill is getting right to the heart of the action, capturing the drama and excitement and especially – in her unique, personable style – eliciting the compelling human stories, which make us care so much.

A graduate of Loughborough University and the prestigious sports school Millfield, Abi is an all round athlete. She’s a passionate runner with an impressive 3:17 marathon and 1:30 half marathon personal best. Whatever the sporting challenge, she’s always seen representing ‘Place2Be’, a childrens’ mental health charity she supports whole heartedly.

Alongside her work in front of the camera, Abi is also a performance coach, helping others to present with greater confidence and authenticity.
She draws on her decade worth of experience presenting live in high pressured environments to offer those she works with concrete practices to make their own.