Zoë Ball is a very well known TV Presenter and the current host of BBC Radio One's Breakfast Show. She is an excellent choice to facilitate or host any event as she is charismatic, high profile and most of all truly engaging.
About Zoe Ball
Zoë Ball needs little introduction. After presenting the much lauded “Live & Kicking”, in 1999 she was the first woman to front the Radio 1 Breakfast Show alone. Zoe continued her onscreen partnership with Jamie Theakston for four successful series of “The Priory” (Ginger Productions for Channel 4.) And took over from Chris Evans at Radio One when he left to join Virgin Radio.
Zoë Ball is the daughter of children’s TV presenter Johnny Ball and was educated at a convent school in Buckinghamshire. Zoë began her television career as a runner at Granada Television and researcher on BSkyB. She began her television career as a runner at Granada Television and researcher on BSkyB.
Between 1996 and 1998 she was a regular presenter on Top of the Pops usually along with fellow presenters and DJs Jayne Middlemiss and Jo Whiley.
In 2002, Zoë co-hosted the BRIT Awards with Frank Skinner. She returned to radio in mid-2002 when she joined London rock station XFM, where she presented the Weekday Drivetime show. She has stood in for a number of hosts including Ricky Gervais, Dermot O’Leary, Ken Bruce and co-hosting alongside Danny Baker.
Zoe tripped the light fantastic as a contestant on BBC1’s “Strictly Come Dancing” series and embarked on a celebrity nationwide tour in 2008.
On ITV1, Zoe co-hosted the wildlife series “Extinct” with Trevor MacDonald. She also presented the second series of “Soapstar Superstar” for the same channel. Since then she has presented ITV1’s nationwide search for a ‘Sandy’ and ‘Danny’ in “Grease Is The Word”, and Britain’s Best Brain on Channel Five.
Zoe continues to host the weekly morning breakfast show on Radio 2.