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Gloria Hunniford has just been awarded an OBE for services to cancer charities through breast screening services and cancer support, in the Queen's Birthday Honours. Last week Gloria celebrated 70 years of showbiz in a very special edition of ITV's Loose Women and she next appears on the show this Thursday.

Naomi Wilkinson has just hosted her very own Wild & Scary theatre tour. She presents Naomi's Nightmares of Nature weekdays at 09:55 on CBBC and will be taking part in the Forces - Live Lesson from 14:00 on Monday 19th June as part of BBC's Terrific Scientific campaign.

Rav Wilding co-hosts Crimewatch Roadshow, weekdays at 09:15 on BBC1.

Chris Hollins presents live coverage of the Men's Hockey World League semi-finals for BT Sport from 11:45 on Monday & Tuesday, 13:00 on Thursday and 11:30 on Saturday & Sunday. Chris has recently appeared on Countdown and Celebrity Eggheads.

Martel Maxwell is the new co-presenter of long-running property series Homes Under The Hammer; appearing on the show on Tuesdays & Thursdays at 10:00 on BBC1.

Rachel Stringer is covering the Women's Hockey World League semi-finals for BT Sport. Rachel recently presented coverage of the Tobago International Sea to Sea Marathon for Channel 4; she is the host of Nick Kicks for NickToons and a regular reporter for BBC1's Football Focus.

Matt Baker co-hosts The One Show Monday to Thursday evenings for BBC1 and co-presents Countryfile on Sundays.

John Craven launched the 2017 Countryfile Photographic Competition on Sunday's Countryfile and has recently hosted Countryfile Spring Diaries for BBC1.

Richard David-Caine and Joseph Elliott appear in a brand new series of InterNot, available on iPlayer. Richard also appears in the latest series of CBBC's Horrible Histories.

Lindsey Russell presents Blue Peter every Thursday at 17:30 for CBBC.

Seema Jaswal has just hosted the Motor Sport: Mini Challenge for Channel 4. Seema hosted FanZone and Kick Off for Premier League Productions, for the 2016-17 football season and recently reported for BBC2's Snooker: The World Championships.

Marc Edwards presents the sports news for BBC News (World) and has also recently reported for BT Sport Score and Eurosport.

Dr Ranj Singh has just appeared on Big Brother's Bit On The Side for Channel 5. Dr Ranj presents a regular strand on ITV's This Morning and recently appeared at This Morning Live.

Toyah Willcox is to star in The Royal Exchange's new production of Derek Jarman's punk classic Jubilee this November.

John Torode has recently co-hosted MasterChef for BBC1 and also just appeared at This Morning Live at the Birmingham NEC with a number of cookery demos.

Newsround reporter Leah Boleto 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. She has also recently reported for BBC Sport, live on the Victoria Derbyshire programme on BBC2.

Bill Dod fronts five daily 30 minute prime-time news programmes for the RT UK News Channel.

Storm Huntley is a regular face on The Wright Stuff, weekdays at 09:15 on Channel 5.

Stand-up comedian Des Clarke hosts the Breakfast Show for Capital Radio Scotland every weekday and has recently appeared on BBC2's Celebrity Eggheads.

Jeremy Edwards has recently appeared as a guest panellist on The Wright Stuff.