Property and DIY
Homes, property and DIY programmes have become a stable part of our television schedules and we have a stunning range of experts in all of these areas, including Kirstie Allsopp, Phil Spencer and Kevin McCloud.
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Kevin McCloud is best known for Channel 4’s ‘Grand Designs’ and for his annual coverage of the Stirling Prize each October. Kevin is both an excellent after dinner speaker and awards host.
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Chris Frediani and Julian Perryman are Nick Knowles DIY SOS team mates and are in great demand as a duo for speeches and personal appearances.
Kirsties extensive knowledge of the property industry has made a leading expert in the field. She is also a fascinating speaker and popular event host and facilitator.
Tommy got involved in Ground Force whilst he was doing private building work for the executive producer, she invited him for a screen test and the rest is history.
Phil is best known for his co-presenter if the C4 property series Location, Location, Location, now in its 12th series with his co host Kirstie Allsopp. Following the success of this show, spin-offs have followed: Relocation. Relocation, Location Revisited and a special – Location on first time buyers. Phil’s experience of business and presenting, coupled with a warm and engaging manner, make him a popular corporate choice for speaker and or event host.
A true one-off - TV Presenter, Director and Speaker Nick has talent, charisma and sheer personality - all laced with an appealing and infectious sense of humour - and an extraordinary strength as an innovator.
Brimming with energy, TV and radio presenter Caroline Feraday is also a conference facilitator and entertaining speaker.
Successful business woman, author, writer and presenter of prime time Channel 4 show Property Ladder Sarahs hands-on, no-nonsense advice for novice developers – has made the series a huge success. Her speeches are dynamic and entertaining.
Conference Facilitator, Host and Presenter of You Deserve This House on Channel 4 Amanda Lamb is probably best known as the presenter of the phenomenally successful A Place in the Sun for Channel 4 and the face of Scottish Widows for 10 years. She is also an impressive event host.
Co-Presenter of Cracking Antiques for BBC2, Kathryn is one of the most distinctive designers working on television today and runs a successful interior design company with offices in Brighton and the South of France.
Speaker and host George Clarke is an architect and creative director of an architectural practice and property development company. He is also a writer, lecturer and TV presenter.
James Max is an accomplished Radio and TV presenter with an expertise in business and finance with a flair for debates on current affairs. He presents Saturday Breakfast and The Sunday Afternoon Show on Londons Biggest Conversation, the talk radio station, LBC 97.3.
Speaker and host Charlie Luxton is an architectural designer who combines his design work with writing and presenting television programmes. He is passionate about the environment and communicating his enthusiasm for sustainable architecture and eco-friendly design.
A successful and versatile television presenter, actress, author and columnist, Julie is also an outstanding event host/facilitator and a sparkling after-dinner speaker.
Aclaimed Interior Designer Gordon is also well known for presenting the BBCs Trading Up, Housecall (5 x series) House Invaders and Changing Rooms.
Property Expert and best known as the BBC2s Bed and Breakfast Inspector Pamela has been a huge hit with viewers and her lively personality shines through her speeches too.
Jane is a writer, journalist and presenter who appears regularly on radio and TV. She is the author of four best-selling novels and two non-fiction books - Wannabe a Writer? - featuring contributions from a wide array of big name authors and journalists from Jilly Cooper to Frederick Forsyth to Michael Buerk with a foreword by Katie Fforde; and Wannabe a Writer Weve Heard Of? which includes tips from a variety of celebrities.
Property expert, journalist, media pundit and author of six books Kate runs an independent property company:
Presenter, Producer, Facilitator and Property Developer, Russell Harris is best known as The Diceman in the quirky travel show of the same name - charismatic, intelligent and dynamic.
Design Expert, TV presenter, Author, Media Contributor and Interior Designer for Shops, Yachts and Homes, Andrea is renowned for her bespoke designs and is also an excellent speaker and writer.
Former Blue Peter presenter, Janet is a regular on The Wright Stuff and also presenter of Five TVs holistic house makeover show Housebusters (coming back in June on prime time) and the award-winning Lifeblood series on Five. Host of UKTVs Mums Weekend. Presenting Great Garden Challenge on Channel 4 which goes out every weekday at 12.30 pm.
TV Presenter, Property Developer, Speaker and Conference Facilitator, Lucy is a great choice for any event.
Speaker and event host Melissa is one of TVs most sought after travel and lifestyle presenters. Host of such shows as Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is and To Buy or Not To Buy she relishes the opportunity to advise people on how to transform their lives and has an intrinsic love of helping people achieve their goals.
Nina is an accomplished presenter who brings her business skills in travel, property and bargain-hunting to the TV screen.
Tonia Buxton is a Presenter, Historian, Writer, Gourmet Cook and Beauty Expert whose professionalism and diversity has made her hugely popular as an outstanding events host, facilitator and speaker.
Rani is the well-known co-presenter of the popular CBBC entertainment show Best of Friends and wildlife show, ROAR, for which she is currently recording two new series. She is an accomplished host/facilitator and presenter.
Known as the UK’s version of Martha Stewart, Entrepreneur Alison runs a hugely successful business, is the mother of two young children, a TV presenter, a writer, a chef, a gardener and an interior designer.
DIY expert Gavin fell into television presenting by chance, but since first appearing on screen, he’s been in hot demand as one of the few young, good-looking non-news presenters around.