Currently Good Morning Britain’s Entertainment Editor, Richard has been a TV and radio presenter for 20 years.
He’s worked his way through three Prime Ministers, covered more red carpets than any A-lister, and has hundreds of hours of live TV under his belt (which fluctuates between a loose 34 inches and an optimistic 32).
Richard has also hosted quiz shows, beauty pageants, animal roadshows and cookery shows amongst other career highlights, and after two decades on air he doesn’t regret for a single moment not finishing his law degree. Or, for that matter, his performance on Stars In Their Eyes.
Dr Hilary Jones qualified from The Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine in 1976 and became a Principal in General Practice in 1982, during which time he worked in A&E, ICU, Surgery and Cancer treatment.
In 1978/9 he worked as a single-handed medical officer on the most isolated inhabited island in the world, Tristan de Cunha – an island so remote, it has no airstrip and the supply boat visited every four months!
On his return to England he worked as a full time GP. Dr Hilary first appeared on ITV in 1989 for TV-AM, then GMTV, and Daybreak.
Dr Hilary is really looking forward to working with the new team on Good Morning Britain and covering yet more exciting and topical medical subjects.
Fast-talking Martin Lewis, Money Saving Expert, is officially the most Googled British man. A broadcaster and campaigning specialised journalist who is the founder and Editor of MoneySavingExpert.com, the UK’s biggest money website, which has over 14 million monthly unique users and over 9 million get his weekly e-mail.
He’s been named Citizens Advice Consumer Champion, has spearheaded major financial justice campaigns including bank charges reclaiming (over 6 million template letters downloaded) and PPI reclaiming (over 5 million) and a successful large scale campaign to get financial education on the national curriculum, which now starts in Sept 2015. As well as appearing on Good Morning Britain, he has his own prime time ITV - The Martin Lewis Money Show.
Martin is married to Mrs MSE (aka Lara Lewington technology reporter) and father of Baby MSE (aka Sapphire). His average Scrabble score is over 410 points, and his average round of golf sadly isn’t far off that either.
One little know fact is Martin has had a top 40 hit. He got a featuring credit in I fought the Lloyds by Oystar, the bank charges protest song, back in 2007.
As from January 2017, Ranvir Singh will be GMB's Political Editor.
She has been a presenter on Good Morning Britain since it’s launch in 2014 and is a regular presenter on ITV News.
She has also hosted her own ITV primetime factual series Real Stories with Ranvir Singh which launched in 2015.
Before moving to ITV, Ranvir was a BBC journalist and co-presented North West Tonight for five years.
In January 2017, Ranvir was inaugurated as Chancellor of the University of Central Lancashire.
Her most memorable moments so far have been reporting ahead of the G20 from Sierra Leone's slums, appearing on the University Challenge Christmas special and meeting Kermit.