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Gráinne Seoige (pronounced: “Gron-ya Show-ig-eh”, born 5 November 1973 in An Spidéal, County Galway) is an Irish television presenter. Gráinne is one of the few television presenters who has worked for all terrestrial channels in the Republic of Ireland at… Read more

Samantha Simmonds is a former presenter for Sky News. She joined Sky in 2005 and is one of their main presenters regularly anchoring the main morning, afternoon and evening programmes including the press previews. Samantha has presented rolling coverage of… Read more

Vivien Creegor was one of Sky’s most experienced broadcasters, joining Britain’s first 24-hour news channel just before it went to air in February 1989. Vivien began her broadcasting career as a production assistant in BBC Radio drama, moving on to… Read more

CHRISTOPHER MORRIS, one of Britain’s leading freelance journalists and broadcasters of the past six decades, is bowing out after a remarkable career reporting from more than 120 countries including 16 wars since the 1974 Turkish invasion of Cyprus where he… Read more

Kathryn Mary Garraway (“Kate Garraway”) (born 4 May 1967) is an English journalist currently employed by ITV Breakfast. Early life Garraway went to Fitzharrys School in Abingdon, Oxfordshire (also the base of ITV Thames Valley). She then graduated from Bath… Read more

Penny Smith was a well know icon to breakfast television. Penny departed GMTV in June 2010. Penny began her career as a reporter and feature writer on the Peterborough Evening Telegraph. After four years, she left to backpack through Central… Read more

Steve is a former presenter on ITV London Tonight and Setanta Sports News. Steve Gaisford joined Sky Sports in December 1998, as a Good Morning Sports Fans anchor on Sky Sports News. At the time he was one of the… Read more

Georgie is currently a presenter on TalkSport Georgie Bingham joined Sky Sports News in January 2004. However, it is not the first time Georgie has worked at Sky’s Osterley site. After graduating in Communication and Cultural Studies at Leeds University,… Read more

Matt Smith joined Sky News from the BBC’s daily live entertainment TV show, Liquid News, where he was a Programme Editor and Reporter. Matt has over ten years experience as a journalist, eight of those gained at the BBC (where,… Read more

Growing up in a family of lawyers, doctors and accountants, it was perhaps inevitable that Shola initially planned to become a solicitor. She completed a law degree, a masters in business law and the legal practice course. However a fateful… Read more

Andrew Wilson joined the Sky news team as a reporter in 1993. He covered stories for Sky News in Bosnia, the Middle East, across Europe, in Africa and as far afield as Perth, Australia. After a brief spell as an… Read more

Born 1960 in New York City to Jewish parents, James Philip Rubin was a U.S. assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs and the Department’s chief spokesman from 1997 to 2000. He now lives in London, England, with his wife… Read more

Allan has worked in radio and television news for more than 20 years and has been a presenter with Sky News since April 1993. In the 70’s and 80’s he was a familiar voice on national commercial radio as a… Read more

Chris Roberts is a former Sky News presenter. Prior to moving into the Sky News studio, Chris was a reporter for Sky News covering a range of stories across the globe, including the aftermath of the September 11th terrorist attacks,… Read more

Martin Stanford is a former presenter on Sky News Martin’s broadcasting career spans over 25 years, beginning at BBC local radio, before joining BBC Southampton on the nightly news programme, South Today, in 1986. Four years later he moved to… Read more

Jeremy Thompson is one of Britain’s most experienced television newsmen. He was named Satellite/Digital TV Personality of the Year 2004 by the TV and Radio Industries Club and was part of the Sky News team which won the Royal Television… Read more

Born December 3, 1959 in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Eamonn Holmes is to date best known for presenting GMTV from 1993 until 2005. He has also presented Songs of Praise. He has three children with his first wife, Gabrielle Holmes, and… Read more