Anna Ford is a prominent English former Journalist, newsreader, and television presenter. First, she worked as a researcher, news reporter, and later newsreader for Granada Television, ITN, and the BBC. She helped launch the British breakfast television broadcaster TV-am. In April 2006she retired from broadcast news and was a non-executive director of Sainsbury’s until the end of 2012. She lives in her hometown of Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire.
Roger William Allan is an eminent British actor who has performed on stage, in film, on television, and on the radio. He played Inspector Javert in the original London production of the stage musical Les Miserables. First Officer Douglas Richardson in the award-winning radio series Cabin Pressure and DCI Fred Thursday in the TV series Endeavour.
Julie Anne Etchingham is an eminent English journalist who works as a television newsreader with ITV News. After completing her studies, she joined the BBC as a trainee and went on to present the children’s news program Newsround in 1994. In 2002, she joined Sky News and also presented editions of Five News when Sky won the contract to produce news programming for Channel 5 in 2005.
Moira Clare Ruby Stuart CBE is an eminent British presenter and broadcaster. She was the first female newsreader of Caribbean heritage to appear on British national television, having worked on BBC News since 1981. In a career spanning four decades, she has presented many television news and radio programs for the BBC. For nine years from 2010, she was the newsreader for The Chris Evans Breakfast Show on BBC Radio 2.
Sir Lenny Henry (born Lenworth George Henry) CBE is a prominent British actor, comedian, television presenter, singer, and writer. He gained success in the late 1970s and ear;y 1980s as a stand-up comedian and impressionist, culminating in The Lenny Henry Show in 1984. He was the most prominent black British comedian of the time and much of his material served to celebrate and parody his African-Caribbean roots.
Mary Berry (born Dame Mary Rosa Alleyne Hunnings) is a well-known English food writer, television presenter, baker, and chef. At the age of 22, she moved to France to study at Le Cordon Bleu culinary school, before working in a number of cooking-related jobs.
Davina Lucy Pascale McCall is an eminent English television presenter. Between 2000 and 2010, she was the presenter of the reality show Big Brother during its run on Channel 4. Also, she hosted Channel 4’s Streetmate (1998-2001, 2016), The Million Pound Drop (2010–2015), Five Minutes to a Fortune (2013), and The Jump (2014–2017), as well as ITV’s The Biggest Loser (2011–2012), Long Lost Family (2011–present), and This Time Next Year (2016–2019).
Jane Elaine Lush is the chairman of BAFTA and a former BBC executive. In 2006, she left British Broadcasting Corporation after a career that spanned over 35 years.
Sir Trevor McDonald OBE (born George McDonald) is a Trinidadian-British newsreader and journalist. He is best known for his career as a news presenter with ITN. In 1999, he was knighted for his services to journalism.
Stephen Carl Lentz is an eminent American former pastor, notable for being a celebrity pastor, and spiritual advisor to celebrities such as Justin Bieber, Kendall Jenner, and Selena Gomez. Also, he is categorized as a hype priest by GQ. He was the leading pastor of Hillsong NYC until November 4, 2020, when he was fired by Hillsong Global Pastor Brian Houston for “leadership issues and breaches of trust, plus a recent revelation of moral failures”. The formerly many of Lentz’s children accused him of bullying, abuse of power, and sexual abuse on May 31, 2021.