Best known as ace plasterers and builders Chris Frediani and Julian Perryman in the BBC’s DIY SOS and The Big Build, they are highly entertaining and know everything there is know about house renovations, DIY and building.
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 forensic psychologists. She appears regularly on TV and is the author of the best selling The Dark Side of the Mind. Best known for her appearances on Faking It: Tears of Crime, Judge Rinder’s Crime Stories, The Lying Games, Crimes that […]
TV presenter and movie maker Henry is the entrepreneur behind two very successful companies; HCA Entertainment and Gladstone Motorcycles. Bonkers about motorbikes Henry is instantly recognised around the world as the presenter of World’s Greatest Motorcycle Rides, The Motorbike Show and Shed and Buried.
As well as fitting in a presenting career that’s spanned some 20 years and with over 120 shows under his belt, off screen Henry has had a hugely varied, eclectic and sometimes controversial career. An old Etonian he has been a war Cameraman, a session drummer, and has directed countless pop promos, on the road documentaries and ‘live in concert’ shows specializing in Rock for bands like Guns and Roses, AC/DC Aerosmith and Michael Jackson. He was also a heroin addict from the age of 19 – 25.
Henry is a fascinating and mesmerising speaker. He intertwines the highs and lows of his life experiences with his impressive business acumen and his speeches are truly memorable.
Known for co presenting the BBC’s “Beat the Burglar” and as the principal mentor in C4’s “Going Straight”, Michael Fraser is also a highly successful security consultant.
As a youngster in care, he came within a whisker of receiving a custodial sentence and has not forgotten how he could so very easily have gone on to become a hardened criminal had he not been given a chance to ‘go straight.’
In constant demand for media interviews, security skewed marketing campaigns and speaking, Michael is the man everybody turns to for comment and presenting on all topics relating to burglary and general crime in and around the home.
He is an expert on how not to become a victim of crime whether it be a burgled property or when one is out and about. His practical but incredibly valuable advice to help people prevent break-ins at home, a shed being pilfered, a car being stolen, a hand bag being pick pocketed or a pet being pinched is second to none.
A bright, bubbly and sassy collectables expert Tracy specialises in today’s current market but is also extremely knowledgeable about the collectables and antiques industry as a whole. An author, auction valuer, journalist and speaker, Tracy has many interests within the collectables arena and is particularly fascinated by the progression of decorative arts and women’s fashion.
Tracy is very different to the stereotypical grey suited antiques experts normally associated with this industry. Trendy and fashion conscious, her enthusiasm is infectious and she is passionate about encouraging across the generations to love antiques and collectables as much as she does. Quoted regulary in magazines such as Grazia Tracy is the person the industry turn to when they need a collectables expert.
She has appeared on numerous television programmes including as an on-screen expert for BBC Flog it! She has also guested on The Paul O Grady Show, Chanel 4.s Sunday Brunch, The One Show, Market Kitchen, BBC Breakfast and appears regulary on ITV’s This Morning for the past.
Tracy’s latest book High Heel Heaven, the glamour and seduction of high heel shoes was published in October 2013 and her other books include ‘The Greatest Collecting Tips in the World,’ ‘Christmas Collectables’ (the first ever UK book dedicated to collecting Christmas memorabilia), ‘Collectable Names in Women’s Fashion, Past and Present’ and ‘The Little Black Dress’ which was published in September 2012.