Stanley Johnson will be appearing on Celebrity Pointless on Saturday 2nd March on BBC One at 8:35pm.
Stanley Johnson will be appearing on Celebrity Pointless on Saturday 2nd March on BBC One at 8:35pm.
Cathy Newman’s new book The Ladder: Life Lessons from Women Who Scaled the Heights & Dodged the Snakes is available from the 29th of February in bookstores and online.
Congratulations to Martin Lewis, whose final programme of The Martin Lewis Money Show Live series was watched by 2.7 million viewers when premiering on ITV on Tuesday 20th February. Catch up now here
After starting the tour in Birmingham on Friday 19th January, Angela Rippon finished her time on Strictly Come Dancing with the final show of the Strictly Come Dancing Live tour at the 02 Arena, London on Sunday 11th February. Angela and her castmates performed in a month-long tour in arenas across the UK, including Utilita Arena Newcastle, OVO Hydro Glasgow and AO Arena Nottingham.
To celebrate Angela’s time on Strictly Come Dancing and the end of the tour, Knight Ayton held a party on Monday 12th February at the Revery Bar, Hilton Park Lane
Congratulations to Martin Lewis for winning Best Lifestyle Show at last night’s TV Choice Awards 2024 for his ITV programme, The Martin Lewis Money Show Live.
The ceremony took place on Monday 12th February at The London Hilton on Park Lane. Click here for full details of the awards.
Knight Ayton clients were presented with awards at the Broadcast Awards 2024 on Tuesday 8th February.
Martin Lewis was presented with the Special Recognition award for services to the British public during the cost-of-living crisis via his ITV programme
Best News Programme was awarded to ITV News at Ten: The Lucy Letby Verdict presented by Paul Brand and featuring Dr Ravi Jayaram.
Click here for full details of the awards.
On Saturday 10th February on BBC One, Nina Nannar, Louise Minchin, Michael Buerk and Jenni Murray will appear on a The Weakest Link in a News and Current Affairs special at 7:50pm
The latest episode of Legacy, a podcast hosted by Peter Frankopan will be available across streaming platforms on Wednesday 7th February. This episode is the first of four about the life of Mikhail Gorbachev.
Michael Buerk will be appearing on Richard Osman’s House of Games from Monday 5th – Friday 9th February on BBC One at 6pm
Congratulations to Paul Brand and Antoine Allen who have been nominated at the RTS TV Journalism Awards 2024
Paul Brand nominated for the prestigious Television Journalist of the Year award, News Coverage – Home for Lucy Letby: Catching a Child Killer on ITV News and Scoop of the Year – The Doctor Who Caught a Killer on ITV News which featured client Dr Ravi Jayaram.
Antoine Allen is nominated for Nations and Regions Reporter of the Year.
Louise Minchin will be appearing at the Wolverhampton Literature Festival on Saturday 3rd February, discussing her career in ‘Fearless – In Conversation with Louise Minchin’
Marverine Cole will be hosting the Africa Prize for the Royal Academy of Engineering on Wednesday 31st January
Congratulations to our senior agent Nick Hulme who is celebrating 10 years at Knight Ayton – Nick works with some of our busiest and high-profile clients and goes from strength to strength!
James King features in OK! magazine’s Harry Styles special looking back at Harry’s film career ahead. The edition is available from Thursday 25th January.
Sathnam Sanghera’s new book, Empireworld: How British Imperialism Has Shaped the Globe will be published on Thursday 25th January, available online and in bookstores.
Lucrezia Millarini will be discussing TVs most memorable moments on When TV Guests Go Horribly Wrong 2 on Channel 5 at 10pm on Sunday 21st January
The Strictly Come Dancing Tour featuring Angela Rippon begins in Birmingham on Friday 19th January before embarking on a nationwide tour.
Michael Buerk & Daniel Henry appear on When TV Interviews Go Horribly Wrong, discussing on air interview disasters on Channel 5 on Sunday 14th January at 10pm
Nayha Ahmad will appear on When TV Goes Horribly Wrong, discussing on air disasters on Sunday 7th January on Channel 5 at 10pm
A new series of The Martin Lewis Money Show Live begins on Tuesday 9th January on ITV1 at 9pm
Consumer expert Adam Shaw will begin a weekly slot on Fi Glover and Jane Garvey’s Times Radio programme from Monday 8th January from 3:30pm
A new series of Historian Greg Jenner’s podcast You’re Dead to Me begins on BBC Sounds on Friday 5th January and on BBC Radio 4 at 10am Saturday 6th January
Fi Glover will be taking part in The Weakest Link as part of a Radio presenter special on Saturday 6th January on BBC One at 7:45pm
Angela Rippon & Julia Somerville present a new series of Rip off Britain, starting Tuesday 2nd January on BBC One, weekdays at 10:45am
On Thursday 4th & Friday 5th January, Marverine Cole will be presenting the news on Good Morning Britain on ITV1 from 6am-9am
A new series of This Cultural Life starts on BBC Radio 4 on Saturday 30th December at 7:15pm. John meets with leading artists and creatives across theatre, film and music to discuss their life and career.
Adam Boulton will be presenting Matt Chorley’s programme on Times Radio from Wednesday 27th– Friday 29th December from 10am
Joan Bakewell will feature in Barry Humphries: The Last Laugh, a tribute to Barry Humphries and Dame Edna on Christmas day, ITV1 at 10pm. The programme will meet Barry’s friends and colleagues to find out more about Barry’s life and work.
Felicity Hannah will be presenting BBC Radio 5 Live Breakfast on Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th December from 6am
Moira Stuart will be presenting Carols from St Pauls Cathedral in aid of the Prince’s Trust, live on Classic FM on Saturday 23rd December at 6pm
Louise Minchin will be presenting Lorraine on Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd December on ITV1 from 9am, discussing entertainment news, current affairs and celebrity gossip.
Dr Saleyha Ahsan will be on Christmas University Challenge representing the University of Dundee against Bangor University on Wednesday 20th December on BBC Two at 8:30pm
Felicity Hannah investigates climate change and extreme weather events effect on insurance prices across the world on Uninsurable Planet, Tuesday 19th December at 8pm on BBC Radio 4 and on BBC Sounds
Ayshah Tull captains the Kings College London team as they compete against City, University of London on Christmas University Challenge on Monday 18th December at 8:30pm on BBC Two
Technology journalist Lara Lewington will be joining Lorraine on Monday 11th December to discuss AI and Christmas gifts on ITV1 from 9am
This week Sathnam Sanghera’s new BBC Radio 4 programme, Empire of Tea, tells the story of tea and its imperial past starts on the 4th of December, daily at 1:45 and also available on BBC Sounds
Harry Wallop will be investigating rising food prices, reformulated products and loyalty card discounts on Less For More: The Truth About Food Prices – Dispatches on Tuesday 12th December at 9pm on Channel 4
Kate Williams will appear on Sandringham: Christmas with this King on Saturday 2nd December on Channel 5 at 8:25pm. The programme will explore how the Royal family will be spending Christmas day.
Camilla Tominey will be filling in for Nigel Farage on GB News, Monday 27th – Thursday 30th November at 7pm
Cathy Newman will be appearing on The Weakest Link on Saturday 25th November on BBC One at 5:45pm.
Consumer expert Adam Shaw will be appearing on Channel 4’s Steph’s Packed Lunch on Wednesday 22nd November from 12pm, discussing the Chancellor’s Annual Statement.
Historian Peter Frankopan has launched a new podcast, Legacy, which re-examines the reputations of key historical figures and assesses if our perception of them is justified. Available now on all podcast platforms.
Jennie Bond will be competing on Richard Osman’s House of Games on BBC Two every night at 6pm from Monday 20th – Friday 24th November.
Angela Rippon will be dancing the American Smooth at the Blackpool Tower Ballroom on BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing on Saturday 18th November on BBC One at 6:40pm
Maverine Cole joins Alan Titchmarsh to test the latest new beers in the British countryside on Love Your Weekend on Sunday 19th November at 9.30am on ITV.
Adam Shaw finds out what’s behind the UK’s sick note epidemic in Britain: On the Sick?: Tonight On ITV Thursday 16th November at 8.30pm and later on ITVX.
The first episode of Historian Alice Loxton’s new podcast ‘A History of the World in Spy Objects’ will be available on Spyscape from Wednesday 15th November
Dr Sian Williams will compete on Richard Osman’s House of Games every night at 6pm from Monday 13th – Friday 17th November on BBC Two.
Daisy McAndrew and Geoff Cutmore recently facilitated sessions at the Dubai Business Forum, a leading conference where global CEOs, heads of state and major investors shared their business insights.
Daisy moderated panels discussing Dubai’s position amongst the Top Three Global Cities, the Growth of Dubai’s SMESs & Startups, and the impact of consolidations in FinTech.
Geoff moderated an expert discussion on the global debate between regionalization and globalisation, and interviewed serial entrepreneur Div Turakhia about his inspirational journey to success and Dubai’s digital revolution.
Professor Kate Williams appears in the new series of Secrets of the Royal Palaces starting Saturday 11th November at 8:30pm
Dr Ravi Jayaram joins Paul Brand to investigate the deaths attributed to patient safety failings in the NHS each year in After Lucy Letby: Silence on the Wards? Tonight on Thursday 9th November on ITV at 8:30pm
On Thursday 9th November, solicitor Ayesha Nayyar will appear on Morning Live on BBC One from 9:15am to talk to about Wills.
The first two episodes of Dr Sian Williams’ new podcast ‘Death of a Codebreaker’ will be available on Tuesday 7th of November on BBC Sounds. This new podcast explores the death of Welsh codebreaker Gareth Williams, who’s death still remains a mystery.
Lara Lewington appears on Dr Xand’s Con or Cure on Tuesday 7th of November on BBC One at 11am.
Following last weeks Halloween themed Charleston, Angela Rippon will be dancing the Waltz on this week’s Strictly Come Dancing on BBC One, Saturday at 7:05pm
Gamal Fahnbulleh will be presenting the News at 10 on Friday 3rd November at 10pm on ITV.
Lara Lewington will appear on Lorraine discussing the latest AI news on Thursday 2nd November from 9am
Marverine Cole will be presenting the news on Good Morning Britain – Wednesday 1st – Friday 3rd November on ITV from 6am
Parm Sandhu appears as an expert panellist on the new series of Vanished: The Search for Britain’s Missing on Wednesday 1st November at 8pm on Channel 5
A new series of The Martin Lewis Money Show returns to ITV – Tuesdays at 8pm. This week the theme is ‘Winter is Coming’, answering viewer questions on cost of living and energy payments.
Marverine Cole will be presenting the news on Good Morning Britain from Monday 23rd – Thursday 26th October on ITV from 6am
Mary Ann Ochota will be discussing the newspapers on Breakfast with Anna Jones on Sky News from 6:30am on Saturday 21st October
Louise Minchin will be presenting Lorraine at 9am on ITV on Friday 20th October.
Martin Lewis will be presenting Good Morning Britain, 6am-9am on ITV on Wednesday 18th October.
Angela & Julia will be presenting a week of Rip Off Britain Live programmes, a series of Cost of Living Specials from Monday 16th – Friday 20th October at 9:15am on BBC One
Lara Lewington will be appearing on Lorraine to discuss the latest news on AI on ITV from 9am on Tuesday 17th October
James King, Nina Myskow, Samira Ahmed, Sian Williams appear on Channel 5 Series Controversially: That Was the Year That Was on Saturdays on Channel 5
Nina Myskow features in Man About the House: 50 Years of Laughs on Channel 5, Saturday 14th October at 7:30pm
Carolyn will be chairing a key session at the International Symposium at Kew Gardens at 4:20pm on Friday 13th of October
Dr Sian Williams returns to BBC Radio 4 with a new series of Life Changing, Wednesdays at 9am on BBC Radio 4
Martin Lewis and Lucrezia Millarini host The Martin Lewis Money Show Live: Britain Get Talking, a special episode of the Money Show on ITV at 8pm on Tuesday 10th of October.
Tom Dyckhoff judges a new series of Handmade: Britain’s Best Woodworker on Channel 4 at 8pm on Sundays from 8th October.
Marverine Cole & Lucrezia Millarini feature in When Motorways Go Horribly Wrong on Saturday 7th October at Channel 5 at 7:10pm
A new series of Portrait Artist of the Year with Joan Bakewell begins on Wednesday 4th October with a special episode ‘Portrait Artist of the Decade’ from 8pm on Sky Arts.
Julia Somerville and Angela Rippon present a new two-week series of Rip Off Britain, starts Monday 2nd October, weekdays from 9:15am on BBC One. The series will be followed by a week of Rip Off Britain LIVE from Monday 16th October.
Marverine Cole will be presenting the news on Good Morning Britain, 6am – 9am on Monday 2nd and Tuesday 3rd October on ITV.
Angela Rippon joins the Strictly: It Takes Two sofa to talk about her first live performance with Kai over the weekend. Watch on Tuesday 26th September at 6:30pm on BBC Two.
On Sunday 1st October Moira Stuart begins a new series of Moira Stuart Meets on Classic FM. Join Moira as she meets well known names from culture, sports and entertainment. Listen weekly at 9pm.
Consumer expert Harry Wallop returns with a new series of Shop Smart, Save Money. Friday 29th September at 7pm on Channel 5.
Watch Dr Anjana Khatwa on the Antiques Roadshow on BBC One this Sunday 24th September at 8pm
A brand new series of Strictly Come Dancing start on Saturday 16th September with Angela Rippon joining this year’s cast. Do tune in at 6:35pm on BBC One to see who Angela’s partner will be on the show and some of the early stages of training. We can’t wait to see her take to the dance floor.
Join Carolyn Quinn on Thursday 14th September at 3pm as she travels to Felixstowe to explore the relationship between the famous port and the local nature for Open Country on BBC Radio 4.
Parm Sandhu features as an expert contributor in a new series on Sky Crime. Body in the Suitcase: The Murder of Deborah Chong starts Monday 11th September at 9pm.