An experienced broadcaster over a broad range of events, most notably I have presented:
I was a broadcast journalist at the BBC in the early days of my career and a sports news anchor at Sky Sports following. On Sky Sports News, in the evening during the Champions League, we would have 8 television screens behind the cameras showing all the games, and on air we would update every detail as it happened. It was such an adrenaline rush, although I used to go to bed dreaming I was in one of those football games. The best thing about my job is presenting live television - I absolutely love it.
I began my media career after graduating from Newcastle University with a BA honours degree in Language and Linguistics. My passion for broadcast, skill in language and love for travel have led to presenting opportunities not only in the UK, but also in Spain and Asia, where I lived for 4 years. I was the first female sports presenter in Asia, when I lived in Singapore, and I wrote a weekly column for the New Paper and presented live Premier League football. At that point my own football team, Sheffield United, were in the top division, so my presenting sometimes was just a little bit passionate!
In 2014 I left Sky after 6 years to expand my career further. I've been working on the factual entertainment genre as well as debating social and economic issues, particularly relating to women’s rights, appearing on BBC This Week, This Morning, C4 News and Newsnight.
I presented the World's Strongest Man C5 which aired in the UK over Christmas, Race of Champions C4, guesting on GMB and The Wright Stuff and I have just started my own fast-paced boxing chat show, 'Charlie's Web' for BoxNation TV. In addition to presenting live European and World title fights.
I start filming an exciting new TV series in March which will hit your screens in September. Look forward to revealing all!