In 2007 Konnie Huq saw out her tenth and final year in Blue Peter after becoming their 26th presenter on 1 December 1997.Konnie's years on Blue Peter saw her taken to the far corners of the world, and among many Blue Peter highlights are; learning to scuba dive; visiting Mozambique to open one of the schools paid for by money raised during the Blue Peter New Future Appeal in 1999; a trip to the village in Bangladesh that her family originate from; learning how to be a rally driver.
As well as presenting iconic music shows as Top Of The Pops for BBC1 and The Tube for Channel 4 , she has also been entrusted with interviewing leading stars from music and film as well as two former Prime Ministers; Tony Blair and Gordon Brown and a Mayoral debate between Ken Livingstone and Boris Johnson, she also presented Current TV's Shocked Britain, a week-long documentary series that went behind the headlines that shook the nation. The series used exclusive access to key archive news footage, to uncover the most shocking murders, deaths , crimes, terror attacks, celebrity scandals, disasters and headlines of the modern age.
As well as presenting the Xtra Factor Konnie has also appeared alongside Jack Osborne on Adrenalin Junkie for ITV2 and attempting to make it to the North Pole for the ITV programme 71 Degrees North.
Konnie has many feathers to her bow and her versatile presenting style enables her to lend her experience to a wide range of topics, from covering New York and London fashion week for 'Lorraine' to presenting major sporting and fashion programmes over the summer.
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