This article relies largely or entirely on a single source .(September 2011)
Tris Payne (born 1968) is a television presenter, best known for appearances on Wish You Were Here...? and House Doctor , as well as Real Rooms on BBC1, Hot Property on Channel 5, and This Morning on ITV.
Payne was born in East Claydon, Buckinghamshire and began his TV career as a presenter and journalist on Television South West and Channel TV, Jersey.He was later picked up as a roving reporter on Wish You Were Here? for ITV. His move to the live Friday evening show Find a Fortune with Carol Vorderman was followed by BBC work as the main presenter on the daily shows Real Rooms and Real Wrecks and Pet Rescue the daily series on Channel 4. He worked at Five for two series of House Doctor with Ann Maurice and The Car Show with Mariella Frostrup followed by Hot Property and UKTV Style presenting Home Wasn't Built In A Day. Payne appeared on the live ITV show This Morning as the regular travel and property presenter as well as standing in for Phillip Schofield and presenting the show with Lorraine Kelly. He appeared on the celebrity special of Fort Boyard , Blankety Blank and Loose Women and was sent to cover I'm a Celebrity Get Me Outta Here... in Australia for the live inserts on This Morning, which also involved completing several of the challenges.
Payne, an RTS winner, was a broadcast development executive for a UK independent production company and a supervising producer on UK/EMEA co-productions. He has several commissions to his name including Fighter Pilot Afghanistan (nominated for two awards), a six-part series for ITV, two one-hour films on the Spanish Civil War for The History Channel and a Revealed D-Day landings special for Channel 5. His supervising producer role across UK/EMEA co-productions includes shows such as X-Factor Australia and Cake Boss USA for Discovery. Payne has spent several years working in the Middle East and his productions in the region have covered KSA, UAE, and Qatar. He also spent time in Afghanistan for ITV.
Payne has a love of retro motorcycles such as the company Deus Ex Machina and all things mechanical, filming Boys' Toys for ITV along with Pulling Power; his love of cars and bikes had led him to writing regular columns for both the Daily Express and Esquire .
In 2019 Payne was appointed Head Of Nations And Regions for a TV and film industry Called Pact. Then in July 2020 Payne was appointed the role of Broadcast director at Peters Fraser + Dunlop literacy agency.
Payne lives in the south west with his wife and two children. He enjoys motorsports, cars and travel in his spare time. During his late teenage years and early twenties, Payne was an avid horse rider and boxer, both for pleasure and competition. Dartmoor National Park inspired Payne to write a walking series which was later commissioned by ITV and Payne is a keen hill walker having completed the National Three Peaks Challenge. Other sports included mountain biking and Jiu-Jutsu, having trained under Rodriguez Cabral at The London Fight Factory.
Dale Jonathan Winton was an English radio DJ and television presenter. He presented the shows Dale's Supermarket Sweep from 1993 until 2001 and again in 2007, the National Lottery game show In It to Win It between 2002 and 2016 and the 2008 series of Hole in the Wall. Winton also presented Pets Win Prizes (1995–96) and The Other Half (1997–2002).
Carol Patricia Smillie is a Scottish television presenter, actress and former model. Smillie became famous as a presenter on British TV during the 1990s and early 2000s. She was best known for assisting Nicky Campbell on the UK version of the game show Wheel of Fortune between 1989 and 1994. Between 1996 and 2003, she was the main presenter on the BBC One home makeover show Changing Rooms.
Russell John Dammerall Grant is a British astrologer and media personality. He has written several books on astrology, provides syndicated newspaper horoscopes and operates premium rate astrology phone lines. In March 2010, he began offering a "Pet Psychic" service. He is also the author of The Real Counties of Britain, and founded the Association of British Counties in 1989.
I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! is a British reality TV series in which a number of celebrities live together in a jungle environment for a number of weeks, competing to be crowned "King" or "Queen of the Jungle".
Ant & Dec are a British television presenting duo, consisting of comedians, television presenters and singers Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, from Newcastle upon Tyne, North East England. Formed after their meeting as child actors on CBBC's drama Byker Grove, they performed together as pop musicians PJ & Duncan, the names of their characters from the series.
Richard Holt Madeley is an English journalist, television presenter and writer. Alongside his wife Judy Finnigan, he presented This Morning and the chat show Richard & Judy. Madeley's solo projects include the ITV series Fortune: Million Pound Giveaway and standing in on The Chris Evans Breakfast Show for BBC Radio 2.
Yvette Paula Fielding is an English television presenter, producer and actress. She became the youngest presenter on Blue Peter aged 18, and one of her episodes was subsequently voted the "Favourite Blue Peter moment" ever. With her husband Karl Beattie, she presented the Most Haunted series on the Living channel, via their own production company, followed by Ghosthunting With..., establishing Fielding as 'first lady of the paranormal'. She has appeared in a wide range of other programmes, from The Wright Stuff to Through the Keyhole and I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!.
Richard Paul Bacon is an English television and radio presenter. He has since worked as a reporter or presenter on numerous television shows, including The Big Breakfast, and on ITV's Good Morning Britain as a stand-in presenter, and on radio stations including Capital FM, Xfm London and BBC Radio Five Live. In 2016, Bacon became the presenter of The National Geographic Channel's reboot of its documentary/panel discussion TV series, Explorer.
Christopher Parker is an English actor and television presenter, best known for portraying Spencer Moon on BBC One soap opera EastEnders between 2002 and 2005.
Paul Ross is an English television and radio presenter, journalist and media personality.
Elizabeth Sarah Greene is an English television presenter and actress. She co-presented Blue Peter from May 1980 until June 1983, and hosted the Saturday-morning series Saturday Superstore and Going Live!.
Brian Patrick Robert Dowling is an Irish television presenter. He rose to fame after winning the second series of reality series Big Brother, and went on to win Ultimate Big Brother in 2010. In 2007, he came third in Hell's Kitchen and in 2008, he was runner-up in the Irish reality television series Fáilte Towers. Dowling then guest-presented Live from Studio Five alongside Kate Walsh from 2010 until its cancellation in February 2011.
Holly Marie Willoughby is an English television presenter, model and author. She is currently the co-presenter of ITV's This Morning (2009–present) and Dancing on Ice alongside Phillip Schofield.
Benjamin Peter Sherrington Shephard is an English television presenter and journalist who is currently employed by ITV. He was a main presenter on the now defunct breakfast programme GMTV and since April 2014 has co-hosted the ITV breakfast show Good Morning Britain alongside Susanna Reid, Kate Garraway and Charlotte Hawkins. He has also hosted game shows such as The Krypton Factor (2009–2010), Tipping Point (2012–present) and Ninja Warrior UK (2015–2019).
Michael Paul Underwood is an English television presenter, best known as a children's TV presenter on CBBC and CITV. He can be seen as a fifteen-year-old in an episode of The Crystal Maze, then presented by Richard O'Brien. He presented the primetime ITV series Let Me Entertain You in 2014 and was a reporter for Real Stories with Ranvir Singh.
Colin Lewis McAllister and Justin Patrick Ryan are Scottish interior decorators and television presenters, often billed as Colin and Justin.
Oliver James Borg D'Anastasi, known as OJ Borg, is a British radio and television presenter employed by the BBC.
Sean Fletcher is an American-British journalist, and television presenter best known as a presenter on Good Morning Britain and on Countryfile.
I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! is a British survival reality television show, created by London Weekend Television (LWT), produced by ITV Studios, and aired on ITV. The format sees a group of celebrities living together in extreme conditions with few creature comforts. Each member undertakes challenges to secure additional food and treats for the group, and to avoid being voted out by viewers during their stay, with the final episode's votes nominating who wins a series.
I'm a Celebrity: Extra Camp is the companion series to I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!, that was broadcast on ITV2 from August 2002 to December 2019. It features behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with contestants after they have been voted off.