Vanessa Feltz

Hardest Working Woman In Broadcasting

Starting out on This Morning with Richard and Judy where she was an anti-agony aunt, she was spotted by Anglia Television and was chosen to present the UK’s first ever Oprah Winfrey style talk show – The Vanessa Show ran for five mornings a week from 1994-1998. Next she spent two years interviewing celebrities aboard The Big Breakfast bed as well as hosting a year long Sunday morning show on Talk Radio and Value For Money (1995-2000).

Vanessa was a contestant on the first British version of Celebrity Big Brother in 2001 and also made an appearance in a sketch in the first episode of the second series of BBC comedy sketch show Little Britain playing a fictional sliming club spokeswoman for Fat Fighters. In 2004 she appeared in the second series of reality TV show Celebrity Fit Club in a bid to lose weight. Since 2002 Vanessa has been presenting a three hour radio phone in show on BBC London 94.9 as well as writing a weekly column in The Daily Express.

In January 2011 Feltz took over the BBC Radio 2 Early Breakfast Show starting at 05:00 until 06:30 each weekday in the slot formerly occupied by Sarah Kennedy.  She also continued her morning phone-in programme on BBC London 94.9 at 09:00 until 12:00 each weekday. Dubbed  “officially the hardest working woman in broadcasting” by The Guardian due to her weekday broadcasting commitments Vanessa is a joy at any corporate event whether hosting or speaking.

To book Vanessa Feltz to make a personal appearance at your corporate event, function or conference, simply contact the Champions Speakers agency by emailing agent@championsukplc.com or by calling a booking agent directly on 0207 1010 553.

“Just wanted to say a huge THANK YOU for Thursday night..”

“Cannot even begin to convey the love there was in the room for you!”

“The guests kept coming up to us saying ‘ Vanessa is fantastic!’, ‘Vanessa was great !’, and ‘Wow Vanessa is one of us!”

“You truly connected with everyone in that room and made the night very special for all of us.”

“Thank you for making our little event so special and for the genuine warmth and nostalgia you brought to the proceedings.”

“It really did feel like someone from the glitzy celeb world was coming home and was just like all of us.”

“Hope you enjoyed the night too , it was an absolute pleasure working with you and we hope to drag you back kicking and screaming next year!” – Sue, Underlines Magazine