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Sean Fletcher is to join ITV as a presenter on Good Morning Britain Sean joins ITV Breakfast after more than ten years of broadcasting at the BBC and Sky in sports, news and documentaries. Before presenting on Sky Sports News, Sky News and Sky Sports’…

Sarah Stirk is a golf presenter on Sky Sports. Sarah begin presenting the golf on Sky in January 2012, replacing Diana Dougherty, who had left the broadcaster the month before. Stirk began her broadcasting career on MUTV, the channel for Manchester United. She has also…

Amanda Davies is a sports presenter on BBC World News and the BBC News Channel In 2001, Davies joined Sky Sports as a runner. Later as an assistant producer working on a wide range of live sporting events, including the Cricket World Cup and US…

Roger Johnson is the main presenter for the regional news programme BBC North West Tonight, as well as a regular weekend presenter of BBC Breakfast. He has presented and reported on all the top stories since he joined South Today in 1997 and had a…

Karen Mullally was a BBC News 24 sports presenter until 2004. She joined the corporation in 1994 at Southern Counties Radio before moving to London as part of the radio sports team. Karen joined BBC News 24 at its launch and after initially working as…

David Garrido currently presents on Sky Sports News. Prior to this, David presented sports news for Newsbeat on BBC Radio 1 and on BBC News 24.

Through her career, Carrie Frais has worked across all of the major news outlets. Carrie has worked as a sports presenter on both BBC News 24 and Sky News. She has also worked as the presenter of Live Football on the ITV Sports channel. Carrie…

Rebecca Lowe – born 11 November 1980 – is a sport presenter for NBC and NBC Sports. She previously worked at the BBC, Setanta Sports and ESPN. At the BBC, Lowe reported from a top Premier League match every Saturday for Final Score, was regularly…

Francis Collings was a reporter/presenter for the BBC News Channel and BBC World. Francis joined the team of sports presenters/reporters on BBC News 24 in 1999 and was regular face on BBC World, for whom he covered the 2002 World Cup in Japan and Korea,…

Celina got her first break in broadcasting by winning the BBC talent scheme. Early on in her career, she worked as a sports reporter for the World Service and Radio 5 live. In the summer of 2002, she joined BBC news and has been a…

Mary Rhodes presents sports news bulletins for BBC One and BBC World News. Mary’s broadcasting career started with her love of tennis when she was offered a job on Radio Wimbledon, a station set up for the two week duration of the championships. Following this,…

Rob Bonnet presents sport bulletins on BBC One and BBC World as well as a weekly sports interview show, Extra Time, which is shown on BBC News 24 and BBC World. For ten years, Rob was also the main sports presenter on Breakfast, updating viewers…

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