In 1995, Rob Bonnet became a sports presenter on BBC World and BBC Breakfast News; he had already been presenting sport on the UK's domestic evening news.
Rob also presents Extra Time on BBC World, a series with in-depth sports interviews from a number of stars, coaches and leading administrators such as Shane Warne, Boris Becker, Pete Sampras, Severiano Ballesteros, Frankie Dettori, Mike Atherton, Ian Thorpe, Jonny Wilkinson, Sir Clive Woodward, Sepp Blatter, Lennart Johansson and many more.
Prior to this, Rob was a football producer for BBC Radio and then moved to Norwich to work as a sports reporter for BBC Television East. In February 1987, he joined the BBC television newsroom as sports reporter and within two years was promoted to sports correspondent. In this role, Rob covered the world's biggest sporting events including the Olympics, Football and Rugby World Cups, European Football Championships and many more major tournaments.
Born in London, Rob attended the University of Sussex, where he read English with French.
Rob Bonnet presents sports on a variety of BBC programmes across radio and TV the including Radio 4 Today Programme, main evening news on One and BBC World News. Away from the studio he is a popular choice for corporate events.
John has presented Five Live's coverage of many major sporting events including Wimbledon, the Olympic Games, World Cups (both football and rugby)and the Ryder Cup.
Former International gymnast who is married to Scottish Rugby International Kenny Logan. Gaby presents Inside Sport on BBC and is a popular event chair and host.
Rob Nothman has been a Sports Broadcaster and Producer for BBC Radio for over 20 years. He's covered Olympic Games, World Cups and Wimbledon, however Golf is his real passion having covered Ryder Cups, all the golf majors and interviewed the likes of Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus.
Jim is one of the most familiar faces in television sport in Britain having been a main ITV presenter for over 30 years, and the face of Formula One for nearly 10 years.