Beverley Turner is a popular radio and television presenter, who became the face of British sports broadcasting through her role with Formula One. Also specialising in sexual health, politics and motherhood, this influential figure has even founded her own organisation, The Happy Birth Club, that offers a complete guide to pregnancy and childbirth. Whether booked as a women's health speaker or a recognisable event host, Beverley is truly insightful. Her ability to inform and engage audiences leaves a lasting impression, positively resonating throughout all areas of their lives.
As a speaker, Beverley can discuss a range of topics, from sexism to sport. Her after dinner speeches are greatly received by audiences, due to her thrilling anecdotes from the perspective of an internationally respected presenter. After presenting for the NBA, otherwise known as the National Basketball Association, Beverley discussed the entertainment news for This Morning. Such roles add to Beverley's success at events, as audiences are awe-inspired by her career at the peak of British broadcasting. While with the cooking programme Taste, she is credited for one of Sky's most profitable self-made shows, a testament to Beverley's popularity amongst viewers.
One of Beverley's first experiences of presenting was with BBC Radio 5 Live. While on their Bump Club series, she followed expectant mothers through their pregnancy, showcasing the highs and lows of having a baby. From there, she moved to Formula One, as one of only two female presenters. For three years, Beverley offered an expert opinion on races, extending her reach as a broadcaster. She also presented the Tour de France too. However, Beverley's experience of F1 wasn't all first place and podiums, she also suffered toxic sexism, highlighted through her book, The Pits: The Real World of Formula 1.
In 2015, Beverley started presenting her own radio show with LBC. This gave her the opportunity to share her opinion on current events, from politics to policies. As one of only two female presenters, she diversified LBC's perspective and drew more female listeners into the show. Beverley is a patron of the Family Planning Association and honorary associate of the National Secular Society, two organisations close to her heart that she shares as a speaker. When booked for women's health events, she uses her experience of The Happy Birth Club to provide positive birthing and pregnancy techniques with captivated audiences.
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