Who has the special style that makes them the top TV presenter(s) in a field that's crammed with talent? Choose the UK's No.1
Bradley Walsh Viewers love Bradley Walsh’s cheeky chappie presenting style and he’s enjoyed a massive hit with The Chase. So much so in fact that The Chase celebrates its 1000th edition this year and looks like going on and on.
Ant & Dec The hugely popular duo, who seem to have been around almost as long as the telly itself, once again expertly handled the madness of Britain’s Got Talent. They also enjoyed more fun and games with another series of Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, while they’ll return later this year for a new series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!
Paul O’Grady The former care worker found out all about the charitable projects of the Salvation Army in his BBC1 documentary, Paul O’Grady: The Sally Army and Me. He also had great fun again with his popular ITV series, Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs.
Matt Baker and Alex Jones It’s been a special year for Matt and Alex as they celebrated The One Show’s 10th anniversary. The pair always welcome us every evening with warmth and have become something of a national institution. It’s not surprising that they regularly attract an audience of five million viewers.
Stephen Mulhern His tongue-in-cheek style on Britain’s Got Talent, gently poking fun at the contestants, has won fans' approval. He’s rarely off the telly, currently presenting ITV’s new Saturday night game show, Go For It, plus early this year he popped up regularly on Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Take Away.
Mel and Sue Mel and Sue might just be the magic ingredient that makes The Great British Bake Off such a phenomenal success – it's so sad they won't involved when it moves to Channel 4 next year! They both know exactly the right time to gently take the mickey out of a contestant and when to commiserate with someone when they’re having a baking horror.
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