Rani Price is the well-known co-presenter of the popular CBBC entertainment show 'Best of Friends' and wildlife show, 'ROAR', aswell as children's shows for Nickelodeon, Disney Channel and Channel 5. She is an accomplished host/facilitator and presenter.
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Rani is the well-known co-presenter of the popular CBBC entertainment show 'Best of Friends' and wildlife show, 'ROAR', which she presented until 2011. Rani was also part of the BBC Daytime team where she co-hosted 'To Buy or Not To Buy', the long running property show which ran until 2010. She hosted a series of children's classical concerts for BBC Radio 3; the culmination of the BBC Singers - Go Sing! Learning Project. Previously, as part of the on-air CBBC presentation team, she made regular appearances on BBC1, BBC2 and the CBBC channel. Rani also recorded commentary for 'Wild Tales', an animal show for CBBC/CBeebies.
Rani has also appeared on 'Celebrity Masterchef' and (as a committed vegetarian!) was involved in the BBC3 series 'Kill It Cook It Eat It', which investigated the pros and cons of eating meat. Other credits include appearances for the Disney Channel, Nickelodeon, Channel Five, Space, an interactive magazine-style show, and numerous interview slots with guests as diverse as Chris Eubank and Justin Timberlake. The youngest of five children, Rani was born in Liverpool to Indian parents. Her distinct Liverpudlian accent is in high demand for voice-overs. In fact Rani would love to be the voice of an animated character! So if you're reading this... With a keen interest in psychology, Rani holds a degree in Social Sciences. After leaving university she toured the northwest with 'Theatre in Education' shows for schools. When not touring, she also ran drama and confidence workshops for young people.
One of Rani's biggest ambitions is to work with an elephant orphanage in Sri Lanka!
'To Buy or Not To Buy' - BBC1
'Best of Friends' - BBC1/CBBC
'ROAR' - BBC1/CBBC
'Wild Tales' - CBBC/CBeebies
'Celebrity Masterchef' - BBC1
'Kill It Cook It Eat It' - BBC3
'Ready Steady Cook' - BBC2
Radio 3 - 'Go Sing!'
BBC Asian Network