‘Rising Star” – TV Times. ‘One of the brightest
young broadcasters around’- Women’s Own
Few broadcasters can make the gear change between entertainment,
hard news, personal insights and audience participation
as effortlessly and as naturally as Caroline. But versatility
is her strength, from anchoring Sky News Live
to regular contributor on ITV1’s This Morning
to taking part in BBC1’s Celebrity Total Wipeout!
Now hosting a regular phone-in show on BBC London
94.9, it was at London’s number one radio station,
Capital FM, where Caroline began winning
over audiences from just 18 years old. On-air for six
years alongside Chris Tarrant and Neil Fox, she made her
name as the station’s dynamic “Flying Eye”,
and presenting her own regular shows. It wasn’t just travel
news, Caroline reported on the Hatfield rail crash, the
London bomb threats of 1997, and the Brit Awards – providing
a live flavour of the most exciting city in the world
to 4 million listeners.
GMTV sent Caroline to Hollywood
as their West Coast reporter for a stint, and she was
a regular on their sofa – presenting showbiz and competitions.
Her roots in journalism (she trained as a journalist
- coming third in the country in the exam) were the
draw that took her to BBC1 News (South
East) as Presenter and Reporter, having also previously
co-presented the breakfast show on the ITV News
Caroline created and hosted regular news and entertainment
programmes for BBC Radio Five Live
- the prestigious national talk radio network. Her programme
“The Juice” – an intelligent two hour entertainment
and media programme – grew audiences by a third (RAJAR)
in just its first 3 months on air and continued to grow
– landing big interviews from Victoria Beckham to Michael
Moore and getting five stars weekly from Heat magazine.
The “Weekend News” followed, co-presenting
with Matthew Bannister, and the opportunities to broadcast
live from the Academy Awards and Edinburgh Festival
for Five Live Breakfast.
Then, Caroline launched LBC 97.3’s
new Drivetime Show, once again plumping
up audience figures and landing strong interviews –
from the Chancellor to the London Mayor. The second
Gulf War broke out during the first few months and Caroline’s
strong journalistic background was a solid basis for
the news based daily show. Caroline went on to host
a very popular phone in programme for four further years.
Caroline scooped the Prince Philip Medal in 2007 for
“Outstanding achievement in Radio and Journalism”.
chatty warm nature have led her to be a regular contributor
to many TV and Radio programmes – including
Jersey Royals (MTV), Vanessa Show
(Channel 5) Alan Titchmarsh Show (ITV1),
Sky News, The Wright Stuff (C5) and
Heston’s Fairytale Feast on Channel
4 (2010). Caroline hosted London TV,
VH-1, comedy show "Consequently"
on Carlton, both series of Saturday
night entertainment show “Sky Rocket” on Sky
One, and ITV1's live interactive
game show "The Mint". Not just a great host,
she's also an excellent guest - having taken on Anne
Robinson in the Weakest Link (and outwitted
her...according to one women's magazine!), Caroline
enjoys competing regularly in TV Celebrity Poker
Championships, and contributing to various countdown
and clip shows.
Caroline co-hosted (with Colin Murray) the huge World
Fifpro Awards for Sky One,
interviewing the world’s best players from Ronaldo to
Lampard to Ronaldhino and for ITV1’s This Morning
she interviewed Hugh Grant and covered the red carpet
Caroline presented London TV, VH-1, comedy show "Consequently" on Carlton, and both series of Saturday night entertainment show “Sky Rocket” on Sky One. Caroline also was a main host of ITV1's live interactive game show "The Mint".
of the most sought after voiceover
artists in the UK, Caroline’s the voice of Channel Four’s
Music Show B4, and is regularly heard
on radio and TV – for brands including Citroen,
Reebok, X-Box, Madonna,
Bodyform, Bathstore, Kelloggs, Kylie,
Mail on Sunday, Lynx, Felix and many more. She also
voices a number of interesting documentaries including
“Back On the Job” and the “Gumball Rally” both for
ITV, and is the continuity voice of Comedy
Central – having previously provided continuity
for both Bravo and Living TV. Caroline
also plays the lead role of “Amber Rose” - a character
in the Sony Playstation game “TV Superstars”.
An excellent corporate and live event presenter, as
Emirates Airlines, Virgin Mobile, BAA,
Roche Pharmaceutical and many more
will testify - Caroline also chaired the political debate
at the version of "Question Time"
at the Conservative Party Conference.
A real highlight while at Capital FM, was presenting
the annual Party In the Park in Hyde
Park live on stage in front of 100,000 people!
No stranger to the red carpet and gracing the celebrity
pages of magazines in her own right, Caroline’s also
bagged interviews with most big stars, from Kate Winslet
to Hugh Grant to Wayne Rooney, and is called upon to
officially compere and host premieres
- including the annual Royal Premiere – in Leicester
Away from work - music, fitness, films, travel and property
are passions and areas of expertise for Caroline. She's
toured around Vietnam, Cambodia, and South America,
owns properties in Europe and Brazil - and has had the
opportunity to present a number of travel shows for
Sky Travel and The Travel Channel
and Thomas Cook TV.
Hard-working Caroline keeps her energy and fitness levels
up with military style boot camp fitness classes and
running. A certified Advanced SCUBA diver, who also
holds a full motorcycle licence, Caroline ran the London
Marathon for Marie Curie Cancer Care, and is certainly
someone who rises to a challenge.
Versatile, bright (she’s a member of MENSA), accessible
and engaging, Caroline’s as at home interviewing politicians
as she is chatting with members of the public, a naturally
engaging story-teller - who is a natural on Television