Known as the Prince of Spice Reza Mahammad is a highly entertaining TV chef. He has an encyclopedic knowledge of Indian food. A talented self taught chef Reza combines Indian and Western flavours to stunning effect. He is a consummate professional whether he is presenting a TV series, lecturing on board Cunard or undertaking private chef […]
Adventurer and author Sally Kettle is the first woman to row the Atlantic Ocean twice from East to West, and once with her mother! She has also taken part in the last leg of a World Clipper race and retraced WW2 heroine Nancy Wake’s steps across the harsh Pyrenees. Chair of the Trustees for The London Sports […]
Nicki Chapman is now best known for presenting such programmes as the BBC’s Wanted Down Under and Escape to the Country. Instantly recognisable and hugely likeable, Nicki’s is in constant demand as a TV presenter and radio host.
A gifted speaker and highly skilled event host, Nicki brings a real sparkle to every event. She is still heralded as one of the music business’s best known PR’s working with Bowie, Take That and The Spice Girls amongst others
One of the most recognisable and experienced journalist and broadcasters in the UK, Maxine Mawhinney has had an incredible career spanning more than 40 years and she has reported from across the world as well as anchoring many news programmes.
The sole presenter on BBC World TV when Princess Diana died Maxine worked singlehandedly throughout the night and was seen throughout the world announcing the tragic news.
She recently left the BBC after 20 years where she was one of the main presenters on BBC News, the BBC One national news bulletins at weekends and Dateline London for BBC World TV.
Maxine is an extremely sought after keynote speaker on a wide range of topics from talks reflecting her 20 years as a top BBC journalist and News Anchor covering global events, to inspirational and empowering speeches suitable for a wide range of audiences.
She is also an extremely skilled interviewer making her an excellent moderator, facilitator and panel presenter across a myriad of topics.
Warm, knowledgeable and experienced Maxine is an excellent host for conferences and award ceremonies too.
From Belfast, Northern Ireland, Maxine has worked for BBC, Sky News, Ulster Television, Reuters TV, and ITN. She has lived and worked in Tokyo and Asia News Editor for Reuters TV and Washington DC for GMTV during the Clinton years.
The best known of all the former press secretaries to HM The Queen, Dickie Arbiter is the man the world’s press always call upon for first class and expert opinion.
His experience of working closely with HM The Queen and other leading Royals makes him undeniably the only Royal Commentator to have such unique knowledge for whatever the reason be it weddings, deaths, births, celebrations, overseas visits, scandals, incidents and general interest stories.
At the Palace from 1988 to 2000 Dickie was responsible for organising the media coverage for Princess Diana’s funeral. He retired from the Palace in 2000
A broadcaster and journalist with over fifty years experience covering royalty, heads of state, and other globally recognised personalities, Dickie is an outstanding speaker, lecturer and media trainer.
Dickie’s memoirs, On Duty with the Queen was published by Blink in Oct 2014.
Consultant Psychologist Kerry Daynes is instantly recognisable as one of the UK’s best known psychologists appearing regularly on TV and contributing to the press. Her latest series Faking It: Tears of Crime (2) was broadcast on the Discovery Investigation Channel in Aug/Sept 2017. Other series include Judge Rinder’s Crime Stories, The Lying Games, Crimes that […]