The newest addition to the Good Morning Britain family, Clodagh Higginson has been described as a "first class political journalist" after delivering the inside track from the corridors of power at Westminster for more than 15 years.
Clodagh's scoops have earned several awards and among them arguably the most important political story of the century so far, unearthing the findings of the Hutton Report in advance of its publication into whether the Blair government "sexed up" the existence of weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.
She's had a ring side seat at the most important political events of the last decade, travelling with Prime Ministers around the world from Beijing to Blackpool and has reported twice from Afghanistan and across the Middle East.
Prior to joining Good Morning Britain in April 2016, Clodagh worked as Whitehall Editor for The Sun. She previously held the post of US Correspondent during the 9/11 attacks and reported extensively from America on stories ranging from the war on terror to the Oscars.
Jonathan has had a front row seat at some of the world's biggest stories.
During the Iraq conflict in 2003 he travelled across the desert with little more than a satellite phone and a box of 48 Snickers bars that he picked up at a Jordanian roadside stall. He went on to report from Baghdad during the period that Saddam Hussein was toppled from power.
Being a breakfast television correspondent thought isn't always about covering major events, there are many lighter moments. Jonathan has done a bungee jump live on air, skied in the Alps and even convinced Parisian's to taste test British beef on the Champs Elysees.
Before joining Good Morning Britain Jonathan was a correspondent for Daybreak and GMTV.
An award-winning performer on stage, screen and radio, Ross made his theatrical debut at the tender age of 5, his first radio broadcast at 15 and his television entrance at 17.
He was the Entertainment Anchor on KTLA/The CW Channel 5’s Prime News, winning 4 News Emmys and a Golden Mic Award. He has hosted VH1's Critics Choice Movie Awards, as well as the nationally broadcast Hollywood Christmas Parade.
He has hosted nearly thirty television series for BBC, ITV and SKY, from game shows to Children’s TV to documentaries to human interest programmes.
On radio, Ross became Britain’s youngest daytime host on Scotland’s Radio Clyde. He has since hosted thousands of radio shows, winning two prestigious Sony Awards and many others along the way. His radio show with Lorraine Kelly "Sunday Morning with King and Kelly" is currently syndicated across the UK.
Nick Dixon is a news Correspondent for Good Morning Britain with a passion for digital and social media.
Nick started his broadcast journalism career in Glasgow reading the breakfast bulletins for STV News (then known as Scotland Today - the flagship programme for Scottish TV).
He joined GMTV as a Reporter in November 2005 and during his first week on the job reported live from the Paris riots on the Champs-Élysées and just weeks later was live from Times Square, New York on David Blaine's world record attempt at a one-week residency in a water-filled sphere... the variety of breakfast TV!
When Daybreak went on air in 2010, Nick was promoted to Correspondent and quickly started a secondment in New York as the programme's US Correspondent. He travelled extensively throughout the states working on major news and showbiz stories (death of Osama bin Laden, Joplin Tornado, Spiderman the musical opening night, film premieres etc). Nick returned to the UK in 2011 to work on many of Daybreak’s major campaigns and strands and travelled the country reporting on breaking news, showbiz and sports stories.
As a correspondent for Good Morning Britain Nick produces features and news stories for the programme and online, extending the reach of his stories across all platforms. Working with the digital team, he creates bespoke behind the scenes content for the Good Morning Britain website and social media channels.
Richard Gaisford is Chief Correspondent for Good Morning Britain.
Richard has been reporting on major global events and headline stories since Valentine's Day 2000. Since then he has fallen in love with broadcasting at breakfast time, grabbing a front row seat at history making events all around the world.
Among an ever growing list of achievements Richard was the first UK reporter to broadcast live from Basra after the Iraqi city fell to UK forces in 2003. He was in the Atacama Desert in 2010, reporting live as the Chilean miners were rescued and reunited with their families. A year later he made his way to the Tsunami hit coast of Northern Japan, broadcasting live from the devastated cities close to Fukushima. Richard had previously reported from Thailand and Indonesia following the Boxing Day Tsunami of 2005.
In 2011 Richard was chosen to travel with William and Kate to Canada on their first Royal Tour. He has reported on a number of other state occasions, most notably the funerals of Pope John Paul II and Nelson Mandela. He anchored coverage of the 2008 Olympics from Beijing and reported from South Africa during the World Cup in 2010.
Katy Rickitt is a news correspondent for Good Morning Britain and has worked for ITV since 2008.
Throughout her career Katy has strived to humanise the headlines, with an insight into the real people and stories behind them. From the sense of betrayal that plagued the community of Dewsbury even after Karen Matthews was released from prison, to the hope that turned to anguish during the hunt for April Jones. Katy also spent much of the last two years covering the unprecedented floods which spread across the country.
Katy's investigations have also taken her abroad: to Romania where she delved into the real lives of the romany community; to Malia where she investigated the safety of British teenagers abroad; and to Cyprus, where she experienced first hand the collapse of the banking system.