Before joining ITV, Susanna presented BBC Breakfast, and hosted her own show Sunday Morning Live on BBC One.
She stood in for Andrew Marr in 2013, and in September that year Susanna took part in the BBC show Strictly Come Dancing, making it all the way to the final.
During her career, Susanna has grilled the Prime Minister, talked to Kate Winslet and a host of other stars on the red carpet at the Oscars, auditioned for Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber and been given a lesson in kung-fu by Jackie Chan.
He is host anchor for Sky Sports Goals on Sunday, and also presents the ITV quiz show Tipping Point.
Other credits include ITV’s Mystery Map, Safebreakers for Sky 1, The Krypton Factor, Behind the Magic of Harry Potter, BBC One’s 1 Vs 100 and, of course, ten years at the helm of GMTV.
In 2009, he set up and co-ordinated the annual C2C event, a coast-to-coast charity run across the entire width of the UK. He has also completed 14 marathons, climbed Mount Kilimanjaro for Comic Relief, represented England in Soccer Aid, and holds four Guinness World Records.
Passionate about people, Ben is a patron of several charities.
Before joining ITV, Charlotte worked at Sky News for seven years presenting on Sunrise with Eamonn Holmes. She also hosted her own daily news show from 9-10am. During that time she covered many breaking news stories and interviewed many high profile politicians.
Charlotte anchored Sunrise live during the Olympics, presented live on location for the Diamond Jubilee and Royal Wedding, and was also live on location for Sky News’ General Election coverage.
Charlotte supports several charities including the Motor Neurone Disease Association, a disease which her father was diagnosed with in 2011.
Before presenting on Sky Sports News and Sky Sports' rugby coverage, he fronted sport on BBC One's Weekend 10 O'Clock News, the BBC News Channel and BBC World News, as well as being a news reporter and presenter for BBC London, BBC Breakfast, and the BBC One O'Clock News.
Throughout his career Sean’s covered events ranging from the Six Nations Championship, Wimbledon and the Grand National, it’s a job that has taken him around the world, from the FIFA World Cup in South Africa, to filming documentaries in Jamaica, the USA and Italy.
A married father of two, Sean was born in New York, brought up in England, and has learnt Welsh.
John Stapleton is an award-winning journalist with more than 40 years experience in newspapers and television.
In 2004 he was made the Royal Television Society News Presenter of the Year, mainly for his work covering the war in Iraq. He was a presenter on the BBC Nationwide programme, and a foreign correspondent with both Panorama and Newsnight.
He presented Watchdog for the BBC with his wife Lynn Faulds Wood and had his own ITV chat show The Time the Place.
John has interviewed every Prime Minister the UK has had since the mid 1970s.
Ranvir started her career at the BBC in local radio as a bulletin producer and reader, then moved to reporting, and by the time the Manchester Commonwealth Games came around in 2002, she was in the thick of it, presenting live programmes every morning, from around the city.
A screen test for regional TV beckoned soon after, and Ranvir quickly became a very well known face across North West England, co-presenting the daily evening show, which she did for four and a half years.
Alongside this, she was a regular voice on BBC Radio 5 Live, presenting almost every show going, from breakfast with Nick Campbell to drive with Peter Allen, and the late night phone ins.
In 2012, ITV came knocking, and the prospect of working on national and international news everyday, and interviewing the main players on live television, was far too tempting to resist. 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.
As well as being a face on Good Morning Britain, Kate Garraway has her own daily radio show on Smooth FM and is currently presenting the National Lottery live every Saturday night on BBC One.
Having presented on GMTV and Daybreak for eleven years, Kate has interviewed some of the biggest names in the world of entertainment, including Tom Cruise, Johnny Depp, Justin Timberlake, Nicole Kidman and Julia Roberts.
In addition to this, Kate has been involved in a wide range of programmes including BBC One's Strictly Come Dancing, which saw Kate partnered with professional dancer, Anton Du Beke.
This year has already seen Kate interview Michael Palin for his new travel show Around the World in 80 days and travel to Ethiopia for Daybreak.