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Writer & strategist Alastair Campbell is best known for being former PM Tony Blair’s Director Of Communications.
Andrew Marr is one of the most familiar reporters, journalists, presenters and interviewers in the United Kingdom. Until December 2021 he was the host of weekly BBC programme ‘The Andrew Marr Show’, and Radio 4’s ‘Start the Week’.
Broadcaster, comedian and writer Ayesha is known for her insightful and witty opinions, and her informed observations on current affairs and politics.
Beth Rigby is Sky News’ Political Editor and also presents a talk show on Thursday nights on Sky News called Beth Rigby Interviews. The first women to ever hold the position, she is a leading face of the channel covering political news not just from the heart of Westminster but around the country.
Camilla Cavendish is an award-winning journalist, broadcaster and the author of Extra Time: 10 Lessons for an Ageing World, an examination of the dramatic demographic shift that is redefining how we should look at many aspects of society.
One of the BBC’s most experienced foreign correspondents, Clive Myrie anchors the BBC News Channel and presents bulletins on BBC One. He has made features and programmes for Panorama, Newsnight and Radio 4, and is the host of the long running quiz show Mastermind.
Harvard educated David Lammy is the Member of Parliament for Tottenham and the Shadow Foreign Secretary.
Dermot Murnaghan anchored Sky’s flagship news show for 15 years, presenting Sky News with Dermot Murnaghan.
Ed Balls is a broadcaster, writer and economist. He is Professor of Political Economy at King’s College, London, a Research Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School and co-Chair of the UK Holocaust Memorial Foundation.
Award-winning journalist and broadcaster Emily Maitlis was recognised by GQ Magazine as one of the most influential people in Britain. Having covered elections in the US and UK for the BBC, she fronted Newsnight, becoming a stalwart of the broadcaster’s news output and a trusted voice with the viewing public.
Emma Barnett is an award-winning broadcaster and journalist. She presents Woman’s Hour on BBC Radio 4, the longest running women’s programme in the world and the BBC’s most downloaded show podcast.
Fehinti Balogun is an actor, theatre maker and activist.
Frank spent nine years as an investment banker in New York, London and Bahrain before switching to journalism and joining the BBC in 1995. In 2004 Frank survived being shot six times at close range by Al-Qaeda terrorists in a Riyadh suburb in Saudia Arabia.
Helen Fospero is a well-respected TV journalist, known for her warmth and professionalism. She is a regular on BBC1’s The One Show, and reports for Watchdog.
Jeremy Vine’s award-winning daily programme, The Jeremy Vine Show on BBC Radio 2, is now the most listened-to radio programme in the UK, having overtaken BBC Radio 4’s flagship Today.
John Sergeant is an award-winning journalist and broadcaster, as well as a much talked-about contestant on Strictly Come Dancing, a regular contributor to the BBC’s One Show, the first host of the comedy panel game Argumental on the Dave Channel, and presenter of the ITV series John Sargeant’s Tourist Trail and the BBC’s series on the history of the Indian Railways Tracks Of Empire.
Julie Etchingham is a newsreader, presenter and broadcast journalist with over three decades of experience working across the BBC, Sky News and ITV. She has chaired general election leaders’ debates, presented and reported on US Presidential elections, and co-presented coverage of major royal weddings, Jubilees and funerals.
In his three decades of journalism Kamal Ahmed has covered economics, business, politics, the media and the royal beat working for four national newspapers and BBC News where he became Editorial Director in 2019.
Kirsty Gallacher is one of the UK’s most respected and versatile live broadcasters and journalists.
Kirsty Wark is one of Britain’s most experienced broadcast journalists.
Krishnan is the main anchor of Channel 4 News, presenting the channel’s flagship evening news at 7pm as well as the midday summary.
Lewis Goodall is Analysis & Investigations Editor at Global and co-presenter of a new podcast with Emily Maitlis and Jon Sopel. Lewis is an effective and engaging storyteller who has worked across the BBC producing and presenting documentaries and appearing on news output across the corporation’s platforms covering policy, government and economics.
Lord Michael Grade is Chair of Ofcom, the regulatory and competition authority for the broadcasting, telecommunications and postal industries.
Stuart Rose has worked in retail since 1971 when he joined Marks & Spencer as a management trainee.

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