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Wally of the Week – Phillip Schofield

Tempestuous television presenter Phillip Schofield bizarrely claims to have been murdered in a past life because of a debt.

No. 3 - Donal Skehan

Dublin born Donal Skehan morphed from being part of a boyband to being recognised as one of the most popular food bloggers after being...

The surprising rise of Alexa Chung

Why does Alexa Chung generate so many column inches? The answer remains shrouded in mystery suggests Matthew Steeples   Alexa Chung is likely a perfectly affable...

No. 5 - James Wong

Ethnobotanist, TV presenter and garden designer James Wong is the author of Grow Your Own Drugs. A graduate of the University of Bath and...

No. 6 - Philip Mould OBE

This renowned art sleuth co-presents BBC1’s Fake or Fortune? with Fiona Bruce. From his Mayfair dealership, Philip Mould is best known for having discovered...

No. 6 - Gareth Barlow

This blogger turned television presenter bought a herd of Hebridean sheep at the age of 17 and sold them six years later. Reading born...

No. 17 - Kate Williams

Oxford educated Kate Williams is an expert on royal history. A television presenter and author, Williams has over 10,000 followers on Twitter and has...

No. 25 - Miriam O’Reilly

This Irish writer, journalist and presenter describes herself as having “fought ageism at the BBC and won”. Miriam O’Reilly is best known as a...

No. 35 - Julia Bradbury

Nicknamed “the walking man’s crumpet”, Dublin born, Rutland based television presenter Julia Bradbury has over 50,000 followers on Twitter. She fronted the BBC’s Countryfile...

No. 61 - Julia Child (1912 – 2004)

Credited with bringing French cooking to Americans, Julia Child was a lady who once stated: “I believe in cooking with wine, sometimes I even...

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