Rob Harris is a UK-based sports reporter for The Associated Press. He covers news, off-field issues, finances & live action. Rob on Twitter @RobHarris
Isabel Oakeshott is the Sunday Times’ Political Editor and a commentator on BBC One’s Sunday Politics show. In 2012, Isabel won Political Journalist of the Year at the UK Press Awards. It followed her exclusive story about the former energy secretary Chris Huhne and penalty… Read more
Tom Newton-Dunn is The Sun’s Political Editor. Tom can sometimes be seen previewing the newspapers on Sky News.
Steve Richards is a TV presenter and chief political columnist for The Independent newspaper. He worked in local radio and regional TV in Newcastle before becoming a BBC political correspondent in 1990. In 1996 he became Political Editor for the New Statesman while continuing to… Read more
Steve Hewlett is a writer, broadcaster and media consultant Steve presents The Media Show on Radio 4, and often talks about media matters on BBC News and Sky News.
Michelle Dewberry – born 9 October 1979 – is a reality television contestant and businesswoman from Hull. Dewberry first came into the public eye in 2006 as the winner of the second series of British television programme The Apprentice. Michelle is seen weekly on Sky… Read more
Mehdi Hasan is a political journalist and the co-author of a biography of Ed Miliband. He is the political editor of The Huffington Post UK and the presenter of Al Jazeera English’s The Café. Mehdi can often be seen previewing the newspapers on Sky News.
Mark is a former police detective who has far-reaching experience of working at the centre of high profile investigations. During Mark’s police service, he specialised in child protection and major crime and he is renowned throughout the UK’s police forces as well as the national… Read more
Kevin Maguire is a political journalist, currently Associate Editor at the Daily Mirror newspaper. Earlier in his career Maguire was Chief Reporter for The Guardian. Maguire is a frequent contributor to Sky News and the BBC. He appeared on Have I Got News for You… Read more
Kate Williams is a British author, historian and TV presenter. Williams appears frequently on TV as a presenter and expert, specialising in social, constitutional and royal history. She commented extensively on the 2011 royal wedding and appears often on BBC Breakfast, Newsnight, The Review Show,… Read more
James Max is a journalist and radio presenter specialising in current affairs and business issues. He presents programmes for London talk radio station LBC 97.3. He also previews the newspapers on Sky News.
Jacqueline Smith – born 3 November 1962 – was the Member of Parliament for Redditch from 1997 until 2010. She was the first female Home Secretary and the third woman to hold one of the Great Offices of State, after Margaret Thatcher (Prime Minister) and… Read more
Iain Dale – born 15 July 1962 in Cambridge – is best known for his conservative-minded British political blog Iain Dale’s Diary (founded in 2002) and for his frequent appearances on UK news channels as a political commentator. He is also a publisher, broadcaster and… Read more
Rebecca Seal is a journalist, editor, TV presenter and author based in London Specialising in food, drink, lifestyle and human interest features her work has been published in the Financial Times, Guardian, Sunday Times, Times, Sunday Telegraph, Observer, Glamour, Grazia and Psychologies in the UK,… Read more
Henry Winter is an English sports journalist, currently football correspondent of The Daily Telegraph. After graduation, he spent a year producing a magazine on sport in London. He then joined The Independent newspaper at its launch, writing a sports and schools column. Winter moved to… Read more
Harry Cole is a political journalist and media commentator Harry is a Contributing Editor at The Spectator and blogs on the Guido Fawkes website alongside Paul Staines. Harry can be seen previewing the newspapers on Sky News.
Fraser Nelson is a political journalist and editor of The Spectator magazine. He often appears on Sky News to preview the newspapers.
Emma Barnett is Women’s Editor at the Daily Telegraph She writes news, comment and features across politics, business, family, life and sex. Previously the paper’s award-winning Digital Media Editor, Emma continues to write her monthly ThinkTank column about tech. She also presents the Sunday drive-time… Read more
David Wooding is a Journalist & broadcaster who’s worked for 7 national news organisations. He has been the Associate Political Editor of The Sun since 2012. David can been seen previewing the newspapers on Sky News.
Dan Sabbagh is the National News Editor of The Guardian. He specialist area as a journalist is the media industry. Sabbagh worked as a city reporter at The Daily Telegraph and as senior reporter on the magazine Computing before joining The Times where he was… Read more
Anne Diamond – born 8 September 1954 – is a radio and television presenter and journalist. She hosted Good Morning Britain for TV-am and the similarly titled Good Morning… with Anne and Nick for BBC1, both with Nick Owen as her co-presenter. Currently Anne presents… Read more
Andrew Pierce is a journalist and broadcaster. Pierce is a columnist and Consultant Editor for the Daily Mail and was previously Assistant Editor of The Daily Telegraph and assistant editor of the Times. Andrew presented a Sunday morning political radio show on LBC 97.3 from… Read more
Kate Miller is a bookmaker at William Hill and can often be seen on Channel 4 Racing, Sky News and others discussing the latest betting. Kate heads the PR team at William Hill having come up through the ranks since starting as a PR executive… Read more
Kelvin MacKenzie, born 22 October 1946, is a former newspaper editor, best known for being editor of The Sun newspaper between 1981 and 1994, an era in which the paper was established as Britain’s best selling newspaper. MacKenzie was educated at Alleyn’s School. His parents… Read more
Topaz Amoore was once a newspaper previewer on Sky News, working mostly on Monday evenings.
Julia Hartley-Brewer presents the weekday afternoon radio show from 1pm to 4pm on talk radio station LBC 97.3. A graduate of Magdalen College, Oxford and the Centre for Journalism Studies, Cardiff, Hartley-Brewer previously worked for The Guardian (1999 – 2000). She has also appeared as… Read more