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Mallika Basu

Mallika Basu is a food and drink industry commentator, food entrepreneur, cookbook author and communication expert. She co-founded SIZL Spices, a heady and high-quality range of spices. The author of two cookbooks – Miss Masala: Real Indian Cooking for Busy Living (Harper Collins) and Masala: Indian cooking for Modern Living (Bloomsbury) – Mallika also writes recipes and comment for the London Evening Standard.   Born in Kolkata, India, Mallika arrived in England for a Business Studies undergraduate...

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Juliet Kinsman

Juliet Kinsman has spent more than two decades celebrating the world’s most special places to stay and her hotel expertise appears in columns for The Telegraph and Condé Nast Traveller.   Founding editor of Mr & Mrs Smith, meeting philanthropic hoteliers and working with award-winning luxury brands inspired her to create her Bouteco platform specifically to share enlightening stories of sustainability.   As a hotel consultant she helps brands stand for something and stand out for it and as...

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Rachel Allen

Rachel Allen is a bestselling cookery writer, TV chef and celebrated teacher at the world-famous Ballymaloe Cookery School in County Cork, Ireland. Raised in Dublin, Rachel began study at Ballymaloe at the age of 18, remaining after graduation to cook at the Ballymaloe House Hotel and Restaurant. She then set off to cook around the world, returning afterwards to Ballymaloe to work at the cookery school. It was there she found her passion for teaching,...

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Livia Simoka

Filmmaker Livia Simoka created, produced and presented Channel 4’s ‘Extreme Tribe: The Last Pygmies’. The series followed her journey as she spent 5 months living with a pygmy hunter-gatherer tribe in the rain forests of the Congo, where she immersed herself with a family and became part of their tight nit community.   Livia has worked as Producer/ Director for many years, travelling to remote parts of the world making adventure and anthropology documentaries. She was nominated...

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Amber Carter-Thompson

Amber is best known for co-presenting the Channel 5 docu-series “Doing Drugs For Fun,” in which she investigated the cocaine trade. From being embedded with the Colombian military, gaining unprecedented access into the war on drugs, to meeting with addicts in recovery, her honest and engaging interview style garnered great reviews.   Following this, Amber has appeared on a number of radio shows and given talks to young people across the country about her journey and the...

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Ellie Harrison

Ellie co-presents BBC1’s flagship Sunday night programme Countryfile, the most watched factual programme on British TV averaging 5-7million viewers every week, and now in its 30th year. Ellie has a passion for the natural world and the human-interest stories within it. Her presenting credits include: BBC • Countryfile • Secret Britain • Earth’s Ultimate Treasure Map • Midsummer Live • Nature’s Miracle Orphans • Great British Winter • The Big British Wildlife Revival • Wild About Your Garden ITV • Dinosaur Britain • Britain’s Whales • Britain’s Sharks Discovery • Daily...

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Anna Machin

As an anthropologist Anna’s work gets to the very heart of what it is to be human. By using her skills in observation and interpretation she is able to explain what we do and why we do it. She is a specialist in the science of relationships and human social behaviour including the bonds between lovers, parents, children and friends. She combines classic anthropological techniques with a range of multidisciplinary techniques, including cutting-edge neuroscience, genetics...

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Dr. Emma Craythorne

Dr. Emma Craythorne’s first series, The Bad Skin Clinic, starts in August on Quest Red.  Dr. Emma and her team of experts are on a mission to solve complex skin conditions.  They help people whose lives have been impeded by devastating disorders.   Emma is a Consultant Dermatologist, Dermatological and Laser Surgeon and Mohs Micrographic Surgeon at the St Johns Institute of Dermatology at Guys and St Thomas Hospital NHS Trust and is Lead of the Specialist...

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Sarah Cruddas

Sarah Cruddas is a Space Journalist, TV host and author. She has an academic background in astrophysics and is a global thought leader in the growing commercial space sector. She is a director at Space for Humanity a US non-profit aimed at democratizing access to space and currently divides her time between London and the US, where she is filming a major new American television series which airs this summer.   Within the space industry Sarah works...

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Lucy Shepherd

Lucy (26) is an adventurer in every meaning of the word. A mountaineer, Arctic explorer and Jungle survivor. She has travelled all over the world scaling gnarly peaks, leading solo and team expeditions to the Arctic and has crossed countries by foot. Most recently she solo skied along the Norwegian-Russian border, did a speedy crossing of the Arctic Finnsmarkvidda plateau and climbed the treacherous peaks within Tajikistan, narrowly escaping disaster. With a television background, she...

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