Alison Mitchell was born in 1980, She is an English cricket commentator and sports broadcaster. She was the first woman to become a regular commentator on the BBC’s Test Match Special, and has been commentating on men’s and women’s international cricket around the world since 2007.
Mark Charnock (b. Aug 28, 1968) is an English actor who is popularly known for his appearance in ITV’s Emmerdale as Marlon Dingle, a role he has played since 1996. Charnock and Emmerdale co-star Dominic Brunt produce a yearly Zombie Film Festival in the Leeds Cottage road cinema theatre.
Branwen Jeffreys is a renowned English Journalist and broadcaster who serves as an Education Editor at BBC News and a Governor of The Health Foundation. She is also the Governor and Trustee of The Health Foundation charity. Branwen previously worked as a Health Correspondent at BBC News.
Kaye Forster (b. Aug 18th) is an English weather reporter based at BBC East Midlands weather hub. Her usual role is providing weekday breakfast and lunchtime and weekend forecasts for the East Midlands, West Midlands, and North West regions following budget cuts as part of the BBC’s Delivering Quality First in England program.
James William Acaster (b. January 9, 1985) is an English comedian who is renowned for performing at Edinburgh Festival Fringe which has been nominated for Best Show five times. He won the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Award for Most Outstanding Show in 2019 with Cold Lasagne Hate Myself 1999 and has won four Chortle awards.
Born (April 23, 1980) as Sally Davis, Sally Bretton is an English actress famously known for appearing as Lucy Adams in the long-running BBC television sitcom Not Going Out since 2007, and as Martha Lloyd in the BBC1 crime drama Death in Paradise, between 2015 and 2017. She also won the Manchester Evening News Theatre Awards for Best Actress.
Kate Kinsella is an English weather presenter currently working for BBC London News alongside Wendy Hurrell and Elizabeth Rizzini. Kate joined BBC London News family in 1999.