Gaby Roslin began her career as a television and radio presenter in the late 1980’s when she presented the show Hippo on the Superchannel and Motormouth on ITV. After leaving MotorMouth, Roslin was approached by producers of a new Planet 24 breakfast show, a role which would go on to define her work as a TV presenter from 1992 onwards.
This show, a children’s early morning programme was Channel 4’s The Big Breakfast and it began a national hit. Alongside her fellow TV presenter Chris Evans, Gaby Roslin became a household names amongst children and adolescents. Her quick wit and charming personality made her an ideal children’s presenter and after four hugely successful years on The Big Breakfast Roslin left, much to her viewers’ heartache.
Whilst working on The Big Breakfast Gaby Roslin also made appearances on a number of other broadcasters and, after her departure from Channel 4, moved permanently to the BBC. For a decade, Roslin worked as one of the leading TV presenters for the BBC’s annual charity event, Children in Need, and also presented a number of other live and pre-recorded shows for the Beeb including Watchdog, Whatever You Want and A Question of TY, as well as a 28-hour long programme 2000 Today which saw in the turn of the new millennium.
2003 saw Gaby Roslin leave the BBC and move to Five where she teamed up with fellow Children in Need television and radio presenter Terry Wogan for their own series, the Terry and Gaby Show. Together Terry and Gaby went on to work as the hosts for the first Eurovision – Making Your Mind Up show, the UK’s pre-selection Eurovision programme.
More recently Gaby has taken a step away from working solely as a TV presenter, beginning with stand-in and guest spots on BBC Radio 2 and BBC Radio London, she began hosting her own show on London 94.9 in 2010 where she remains. Alongside her work as a television and radio presenter, Gaby Roslin has also worked as an actress, appearing in a variety of stage shows including the 2005 production of When Harry Met Sally and the musical Chicago.
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