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Matt Baker co-hosts The One Show Monday to Thursday evenings for BBC1 and co-presents Countryfile on Sundays. Matt recently spent a gruelling 8 days cycling alongside The One Show's Rickshaw Challenge team, for a sixth year in a row, which this year covered a 470-mile route from the Scottish market town of Jedburgh to central London. The 2016 challenge has raised well in excess of £3.8million for BBC Children in Need – a truly staggering amount.
Gloria Hunniford co-presents Rip-Off Britain: Food weekdays at 11:45 for BBC1 and is also one of the hosts of ITV's Loose Women. Gloria has been nominated for a Broadcast Award in the Best Daytime Programme category for her Loose Women Special: Sir Cliff Richard, Out of the Shadows.
Marc Edwards presents the overnight sports news for BBC News (World) and he has just hosted a special live screening of El Clásico in Delhi for Indian networks Sony ESPN & Sony Six.
John Torode and Lisa Faulkner will be on Magic every Saturday from 10:00 in the run-up to Christmas to share their favourite records and some festive foodie tips. John has recently cooked live for ITV's This Morning and will also be hosting Saturday Kitchen on Christmas Eve.
Naomi Wilkinson was nominated for a Children's BAFTA Award as Best Presenter for Naomi's Nightmares of Nature, which airs weekdays at 10:55/14:10 on the CBBC channel. Naomi is one of the co-presenters of Countryfile on Sunday evenings and has recently appeared in a special outdoors edition of Pointless Celebrities for BBC1. She has also recently hosted a series of live BBC Ten Pieces concerts across the country, including the Ten Pieces II Prom from the Royal Albert Hall. Next Easter, Naomi will be hosting her very own Wild and Scary nationwide theatre tour (click the link for ticket information).
Chris Hollins hosts the 10:00 slot on BBC Radio Berkshire on Friday mornings and also presents Live Premiership Rugby Union coverage for BT Sport. Chris has also recently appeared on ITV's All Star Mr & Mrs with his wife Sarah and also took part in a special Strictly edition of Pointless Celebrities.
Newsround reporter Leah Boleto has just 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. Leah has just reported for BBC Sport, live on the Victoria Derbyshire programme on BBC2.
John Craven co-presents Countryfile on Sunday evenings and has recently hosted a week of Countryfile Autumn Diaries for BBC1.
Lindsey Russell presents Blue Peter every Thursday at 17:00 and has just hosted Taking The Next Step for CBBC. She was also recently a guest on the Cel Spellman Show for BBC Radio 1 and has just presented from the red carpet and backstage at the Children's BAFTAs.
Wildlife expert David Lindo aka The Urban Birder was recently on the Isle of Man for BBC Radio 4's Open Country and has also just appeared on BBC2's Autumnwatch. Last year he fronted a campaign to find Britain's National Bird – Britain voted for… the Robin!
Seema Jaswal is the host of FanZone and Kick Off for Premier League Productions, for the 2016-17 football season. Seema was previously the lead anchor for Indian Super League and host of Let's Talk Football for Star Sports in Mumbai.
Bill Dod fronts five daily 30 minute prime-time news programmes for the RT UK News Channel.
International make-up artist and beauty expert Charlotte Tilbury has just opened a brand new store in London's Westfield and recently appeared on ITV's This Morning with a series of Iconic Looks make-up masterclasses.
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). His second book GoatMan: How I Took a Holiday from Being Human has just been published and he appeared on BBC Breakfast to discuss the new book.
Cyclist & adventurer Mark Beaumont set a brand new Guinness World Record last year by completing Africa Solo: 10,000km from Cairo to Cape Town in a record-breaking time of 41 days, 10 hours and 22 minutes. His extraordinary journey is documented in his brand new book Africa Solo, available now from Amazon.
Rani Price recently presented Wonderland for the Community Channel.