Gaby Roslin

Gaby Roslin

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Gaby is one of the country’s most popular TV and radio presenters. As well as a skilful Conference Facilitator and Awards Host. Her years of experience in live and recorded television programming and interviewing has given her an enviable set of talents and credits, providing corporate audiences with a wholly entertaining and engaging experience. Her most recent TV credits include frequent appearances on the ITV lifestyle programme ‘This Morning’, as a newspaper reviewer, The National Lottery Draws live on BBC One, Sport Relief’s Top Dog (BBC 2), ‘Food Inspectors’ (BBC 1) and is currently co-presenting Channel 5’s ‘The Saturday show’.


Gaby Roslin rose to fame as co-presenter with Chris Evans of Channel 4’s ground breaking daily programme ‘The Big Breakfast’ (1992-1996). Gaby also presented a number of the BBC’s ‘Children in Need charity telethons’, as well as the weekly National Lottery Draws on Saturday evenings.


Gaby’s TV career began presenting on Superchannel (satellite TV). She then made her terrestrial TV debut presenting the children’s programme ‘Motormouth’ live on ITV before being approached by Planet 24 to co-present ‘The Big Breakfast’. Gaby went on to work exclusively for the BBC, fronting a range of programmes, both entertainment and factual, including ‘Whatever You Want’, ‘City Hospital’, ‘A Question of Television’, ‘Watchdog Healthcheck’, ‘The Terry and Gaby Show’ (with Terry Wogan), ‘The Gaby Roslin Show’, ‘Sport Relief’s Top Dog’, ‘Food Inspectors’ and ‘The Saturday Show’. Other credits include The People’s Awards, and Friends with Gaby (with the cast of the US sitcom). She also took part in 28 hours of non-stop coverage of the Millennium celebrations.


Radio work includes sitting in for Alan Carr on BBC Radio 2, co-hosting BBC London’s breakfast show with Paul Ross, and her own weekly Saturday show on the same station, which airs live from 3 pm until 6 pm.


In 2002 she made her West End acting debut playing the role of Mama Morton in Chicago. She then co-presented The Terry and Gaby Show produced by Chris Evans and returned to the stage again for the National Theatre’s production on ‘Dinner’.

Charity work

Gaby is a patron of children’s cancer charity Young Lives vs Cancer (formerly CLIC Sargent) and also of the breast cancer charity Breast Cancer Now’s £1,000 Challenge. In addition, she is a patron of the charity HAWC (Help Adolescents With Cancer) and became an ambassador for the children’s charity WellChild, after hosting their Awards Night in 2014.


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