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Added by Nonfictionguy on 16 Apr 2009 10:59
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Faces of British Children's TV

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Picture of Gail Porter

Hosted children's show Fully Booked, but achieved fame when her nude image was beamed onto the House of Commons at night, as a publicity stunt, resulting in a 100ft image of her. Gail also hit the headlines again when she sadly lost her hair, but its great to see her on the Gadget Show now!

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Picture of Cerrie Burnell

Cerrie co-presents Cbeebies BBCs children's channel, she has become well known quickly thanks to the rants of the Daily Mail newspaper over her missing hand! If only she was an asylum seeker too.
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Picture of Timmy Mallett

Timmy began presenting on TV with the Wide Awake Club bashing children with his mallet - before regulations on child abuse were introduced
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Picture of Justin Fletcher

Award winning programmes, Justin's most popular creation is Something Special.
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Picture of Andi Peters

Andi started out with Edd the Duck in The Broom Cupboard and went on to present Live & Kicking. Like so many in the media who want to become famous/taken seriously, they have to get their kit off. Andi did it after leaving children's tv behind, for the cover of Men's Heath magazine.
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Average listal rating (14 ratings) 6.5 IMDB Rating 0

Picture of Emma Forbes

Forbes presented the cooking slot on Going Live and co-hosted Live and Kicking!
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Average listal rating (33 ratings) 6.8 IMDB Rating 0

Picture of Konnie Huq

Longest-serving female presenter of Blue Peter, having presented it from 1 December 1997 until 23 January 2008. She has appeared in and on the cover of FHM.
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Average listal rating (8 ratings) 7.8 IMDB Rating 0

Picture of Cheryl Baker

Already famous for her part in the Eurovision Song Contest with the group Bucks Fizz, where her skirt was ripped off to reveal a mini-skirt (and more of her legs). Cheryl went on to appear on shows such as Record Breakers and The Saturday Picture Show.
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Picture of Katrina Bryan
Although Katrina plays a role in the British crime drama Taggart, children and parents know her best for her role as Nina in Nina and the Neurons.
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Average listal rating (6 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 0

Picture of Sally Gray

Sally Gray presented many children's shows including 50/50 and the multi-award winning It'll Never Work, and Record Breakers among others. She became famous when, keen to marry before 40, she went in search of a husband, assisted by the media.
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Picture of Phillip Schofield

In 1985 he became the BBC’s first ever network, in-vision continuity announcer for Children’s BBC. The Broom Cupboard was invented and Gordon the Gopher was created. He then moved on to Saturday mornings, presenting six years of the award winning Going Live.
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Average listal rating (3 ratings) 7.7 IMDB Rating 0
Vision On was one of the most innovative programmes ever seen on children's television and ran for over ten years. It was the first programme to successfully bridge the gap between children with hearing and those with limited hearing. With very little dialogue it sold well overseas too. It also saw the emergence of 'The Gallery' that was to continue in all of Hart's subsequent series, such as Take Hart and Hart Beat.
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Average listal rating (7 ratings) 5.4 IMDB Rating 0
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Picture of Peter Duncan

He joined Blue Peter in 1980, and shortly afterwards it was revealed in a tabloid newspaper that Duncan had appeared nude in the British film The Lifetaker (1975). Hello fame.

Unusually, Duncan did two stints with Blue Peter, being on the team from 1980 to 1984, and again from 1985 to 1986. During his stay with the programme, he became associated with the kind of daredevil stunts and these continued in his own spin-off series, Duncan Dares.

On 20 February 2007 Duncan was awarded the highest Blue Peter Award - The Gold Badge. This badge has been awarded in his role as Chief Scout of the UK

A list of real actors who currently present or were the face of British Television for a generation of Children.

Work in progress - suggestions welcome

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