One of Britain's top stand up comedians and actors, known as sleuth Jonathan Creek and a panellist on Channel 4's QI.
Best known for playing David Estes, the Deputy Director of the CIA's Counterterrorism Center, in the Showtime series Homeland.
Sir Alan Sugar's right-hand man on The Apprentice and presenter of C4 Countdown.
Journalist, broadcaster and presenter once described as "one of the most brilliant journalists in the country".
Sir Trevor McDonald is one of the most recognisable faces in broadcasting and has won more awards than any other British broadcaster.
Sir Trevor McDonald
James Nesbitt, or Jimmy, as he’s known to friends, is one of the most popular and familiar actors on British television.
Journalist, Communicator, Strategist and one of the most influential government advisers in the country.
Probably the best after dinner speaker in the country.
Actor, Adventurer and Motorcycle enthusiast who has presented Long Way Down, Wicklow to Sydney By Any Means and Sydney to Tokyo By Any Means.
Presenter of Pointless and regular chair on Have I Got News for You...
Travel Writer, Marathon runner, rower, author , broadcaster and TV Presenter who found fame on TV reality show, Castaway.
Former Director-General of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI)and one of the country's top business advisors.
Lord Digby Jones