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The 2021 host is Charlotte Hawkins.

Charlotte is one of the presenters of ITV’s Good Morning Britain having previously co-hosted Sky News’s Sunrise alongside Eamonn Holmes. Charlotte is part of the presenting team for ITV Racing on major race days and is one of the presenters on Classic FM.

Starting off as a young reporter for LBC radio, Charlotte then moved to becoming a regional broadcaster for the South East, to a regional presenter. At Sky, she hosted her own daily show and anchored Sunrise live at the Olympics and the Royal Wedding.

Alongside her duties on ITV and Sky breakfast shows, Charlotte has also anchored Five News and appeared as a guest news reviewer on This Morning. With an interest in classical music, she has also presented a documentary for Sky Arts on the violinist and conductor, Andre Rieu.

Furthermore Charlotte has a range TV credits including Celebrity Juice, Britain’s Got More Talent, Pointless and was a contestant in the fifteenth series of Strictly Come Dancing. She has written for The Sunday Telegraph, The Mail on Sunday, The Independent on Sunday, and Condé Nast Traveller Magazine.

 

 

The 2021 comedian is Simon Evans.

Comedian and writer Simon Evans has established himself as one of the most intelligent and sharp live performers in the country. He is the writer of choice for Dara O Briain and a regular on panel shows The News Quiz and The Unbelievable Truth.

Simon is an acerbic, sometimes caustic wit that revels in his (entirely ironic) sense of superiority over most of the world. Subtle, sarcastic and smart, Simon takes uncompromising aim at life, organisations, and people from the regions. But it’s all shot through with the knowingness and self-deprecation that has made him such a regular hit on the UK comedy circuit and at the Edinburgh Fringe and Montreal festivals.

Amongst a host of TV appearances, Simon has been a guest on Michael McIntryre’s Comedy Roadshow, University Challenge: The Professionals, and The Comic Side of 7 Days. He has also been a writer on Lee Mack’s sitcom Not Going Out, 8 Out Of 10 Cats, and for Lily Savage, and was a writer and co-creator of the panel show Argumental.

Simon is a regular on Radio 4, both as a guest and presenting his own shows, including Simon Evans Goes To Market, a wry but informative look at all things economic alongside Tim Harford and Merryn Somerset Webb. He's also shown his more serious side on Question Time and This Week. Prior to comedy, Simon’s previous jobs have taken in juggling, the law, and writing erotic fiction.