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Lindsey Russell presents Blue Peter every Thursday at 17:30 for CBBC and is the co-host of Taking The Next Step, which is back on CBBC with a brand new series Mondays at 17:30.
Dr Ranj Singh co-presents a brand new series of Save Money: Good Health, Tuesday evenings at 19:30 on ITV.
John Craven presents Countryfile on Sunday evenings – he has recently revealed the winner of the 2017 Countryfile Photographic Competition.
Matt Baker co-hosts The One Show Monday to Thursday evenings and co-presents Countryfile on Sundays, which has recently played host to One Man And His Dog 2017.
Matt has also just presented the BBC's coverage of the Gymnastics World Championships live from Montreal.
Strictly Come Dancing 2009 champion Chris Hollins appeared on Strictly - It Takes Two last Friday.
Chris appeared in Celebrity Money For Nothing for BBC1 and has recently presented live coverage of the Men's Hockey World League semi-finals for BT Sport.
Gloria Hunniford was awarded an OBE for services to cancer charities through breast screening services and cancer support, in the Queen's Birthday Honours.
Gloria co-presents a week of live editions of Rip-Off Britain, Monday to Friday at 09:15 on BBC1 and also appears on Inside Out at 19:30 on Monday 16th October.
Her long-awaited autobiography ‘My Life’ has just been launched and she has been taking part in numerous TV, radio and press interviews to promote the book, including The Wright Stuff, BBC1's Sunday Morning Live and ITV's This Morning.
John Torode has just co-hosted Celebrity MasterChef for BBC1 and is a regular guest chef on ITV's This Morning. His latest food travel series John Torode's Korean Food Tour recently premiered on the Good Food channel.
John will be appearing at the BBC Good Food Show Scotland (at the Glasgow SEC Centre) on Saturday 21st October.
Rachel Stringer is a regular reporter for BBC1's Football Focus; she has just interviewed Tom Cleverley on Saturday's programme. Rachel was a reporter for the Wimbledon channel for the duration of the championships and has just covered the Women's Hockey World League semi-finals for BT Sport.
Entrepreneur and former football club owner Simon Jordan is a regular guest on TalkSport Radio as well as The Debate for Sky Sports.
Naomi Wilkinson will be taking her Wild & Scary show to Kidtropolis at ExCeL London from 23rd to 26th October (half term).
Naomi has just taken part in the brand new series of ITV's The Chase: Celebrity Special and she is also involved with the BBC Ten Pieces III classical music project – check out the latest films online…
Storm Huntley is a regular face on The Wright Stuff, weekdays at 09:15 on Channel 5.
Seema Jaswal is the host of FanZone and Kick Off for Premier League Productions.
Seema is currently hosting live and exclusive coverage of the FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 in India from Friday 6th to Saturday 28th October, for Sony Ten 2 & Sony ESPN.
Cyclist & adventurer Mark Beaumont has just set a brand new Guinness World Record by cycling Around The World – not in 80 Days – but actually in an incredible time of 78 Days, 14 Hours & 40 Minutes! Catch up on Mark's epic adventure at Artemis World Cycle.
Jo Frost on Britain's Killer Kids is a brand new 4-part series investigating what drives a child to kill. Are they born innocent? Find out more in this gripping new Sunday night series starting at 22:00 on Sunday 8th October, Crime+Investigation channel.
Newsround reporter Leah Boleto has just presented BBC Sport news, live on the Victoria Derbyshire programme on BBC2 and the BBC News channel. Earlier this year Leah won an RTS Award in the Best Children's Programme (School Age) category for Hiroshima - A Newsround Special and was also nominated for a Children's BAFTA Award for the same programme.
Stand-up comedian Des Clarke hosts Capital Breakfast with Des Clarke, Steven and Amy for Capital Radio Scotland every weekday from 06:00.
Marc Edwards is in India from 13th to 19th October reporting on the FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017 for Sony Ten 2.
Marc regularly presents the overnight sports news for BBC News (World) and has also recently reported for BT Sport Score and Eurosport.
Toyah Willcox has just appeared in the brand new series Celebrity Money For Nothing on BBC1.
Toyah is also to star in The Royal Exchange's new production of Derek Jarman's punk classic Jubilee this November.
Series 2 of Cruising With Jane McDonald has just aired on Channel 5.
Rav Wilding has just presented Neighbourhood Blues for BBC1.
Bill Dod fronts 4 hours of daily prime time news from 19:00 for the RT UK News Channel.
Richard David-Caine can be seen in the brand new series of People Just Do Nothing on BBC iPlayer and heard voicing characters in the new CBBC comedy The Zoo. He has just appeared in CBBC's Horrible Histories and also co-starred in InterNOT with Joseph Elliott.
Martel Maxwell is the new co-presenter of BBC1's long-running property series Homes Under The Hammer, appearing in brand new episodes on Tuesday and Thursday mornings and she has also just taken part in Celebrity Money For Nothing.
Jeremy Edwards recently appeared as a guest panellist on Channel 5's The Wright Stuff.
International make-up artist and beauty expert Charlotte Tilbury has just been announced as a Contributing Editor of British Vogue. Charlotte has previously appeared on ITV's This Morning with a series of Iconic Looks make-up masterclasses.
Joseph Elliott has just appeared alongside Richard David-Caine in the CBBC series InterNOT.
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