Hello, I'm Lorraine Kelly! I left school at 17 and worked on my local newspaper before joining the BBC. I was TVam's Scottish correspondent until 1989 when I joined the presenting team.
I was a presenter with GMTV and now work on Daybreak from 7am to 8.30am and I present my own show Lorraine from 8.30 to 9.30am Monday to Thursday as well.
I write a weekly column for The Sun and The Sunday Post and present the King and Kelly radio show every Sunday morning with showbiz reporter Ross King.
Proud Welshman Aled Jones is a successful singer, actor, author, radio & TV presenter/broadcaster and part-time dancer, with a career spanning over 25 years.
After studying at the Royal Academy of Music and Bristol's Old Vic Theatre School, Aled played Joseph in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Joseph and the Technicolour Dreamcoat. He has performed as Caractacus Potts in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, and played the lead role in Irving Berlin's White Christmas in several cities.
Aled is a daily co-presenter on Daybreak with Lorraine Kelly.
I'm Matt Barbet, and I present the News Hour on Daybreak every weekday from 6am.
Occasionally I can be spotted manning ITV News at the weekend too. I've been a journalist since the late 90s and have worked for the BBC, Sky News and Five News previously.
The day after finishing my Post Grad Diploma in Broadcast Journalism, I started my six month contract at BBC Radio Lancashire, as a reporter, and news bulletin editor.
Fifteen months later, I moved to BBC Radio Manchester, where I began presenting programmes. TV reporting beckoned a couple of years later when I got a job at BBC North West Tonight, and eventually in 2008 I was asked to present the live show five nights a week.
In 2012, I became Daybreak's News Hour co-presenter, and newsreader.
I started presenting GMTV in 2000, and have interviewed some of the biggest names in the world of entertainment, including Tom Cruise, Johnny Depp, Justin Timberlake, Nicole Kidman and Julia Roberts!
Before GMTV, I joined Sky News in 1998 as a main anchor on its breakfast show, Sunrise. Prior to joining Sky, I worked in BBC radio and with ITV news and presented Meridian Tonight, before being picked as one of the team of presenters to launch BBC’s 24-hour rolling news channel, News 24.
In addition to my work on GMTV, I am a busy mum of two and have been involved in a wide range of network programmes including Strictly Come Dancing and Channel 4’s controversial documentary, Other People's Breast Milk.
I have been a journalist/television presenter for more than 40 years having worked on BBC Nationwide, Panorama, Newsnight and, with my wife Lynn Faulds Wood, Watchdog.
I presented ITV's The Time the Place for seven years and have been an ITV breakfast presenter for 15 years.