John Inverdale

John Inverdale is one of the country’s leading radio and television presenters of the generation. From his involvement with seven Olympic Games, starting with Seoul in 1988, to winning the Sony Broadcaster of the Year award in 1997, to being one of the faces of the London Olympics in 2012, has been an ever-present at … Read moreJohn Inverdale

Jim Proudfoot

Jim Proudfoot is one of the most recognisable and prolific sports commentators on Television and Radio. In a career that has spanned more than twenty years Jim has covered more than two-thousand football matches, including commentating on four World Cup Finals, and three European Championships. Having started his career as a news journalist with TFM … Read moreJim Proudfoot

Jeremy Thompson

Jeremy Thompson is a newsreader on Sky News, regularly presenting Live at Five weeknights at 5pm. One of Britain’s most experienced television newsmen, Jeremy has been a correspondent for the BBC, ITN and Sky News, covering many of the major news events of our time, reporting from nearly 100 countries around the globe and running … Read moreJeremy Thompson

Sir Geoffrey Boycott

Sir Geoffrey Boycott is one of the greatest batsmen of all time. His 22 centuries for England is a record he holds jointly with Walter Hammond and Colin Cowdrey, with the small matter of 151 first class hundreds in total. Now Cricket’s most outspoken commentator Geoffrey works with many worldwide cricket broadcasters including Channel 5 … Read moreSir Geoffrey Boycott

Femi Oke

Femi Oke is currently the Host of The Stream for Al Jazeera English and based in Washington D.C.            At CNN, Femi presented weather segments for Your World Today and World News. She also hosts the programme Inside Africa, which provides global viewers with a fresh look at economic, social and … Read moreFemi Oke

Sir Clive Lloyd

Sir Clive Lloyd was a middle-order batsman and currently is the chairman of the ICC Cricket Committee. Clive Lloyd was a middle-order batsman who hit the ball with tremendous power. He was one of West Indies most successful captains, winning 36 and losing just 12 of his record 74 Tests in charge. He also led … Read moreSir Clive Lloyd

Charles Colvile

Born in Rochester, Kent on March 29th 1955 into a Naval Family, Charles was educated at Westminster School and joined the BBC as a finance clerk in January 1975. The following year came his “lucky break” when he applied for a job as clerk to Radio 4’s World at One and PM programmes and ended … Read moreCharles Colvile

Anna Botting

Anna anchors Sky News at Ten and Sky News Tonight from 23.00, and The Midnight News. Since working at Sky, Anna has covered many major events both from the studio and from the field. In 2007 she presented from Portugal on the disappearance of Madeleine McCann and anchored Sky News’ ‘Inside Iraq’ week coverage live … Read moreAnna Botting