Fiona Phillips is one of the country’s foremost broadcasters, best known for her 12 years presenting GMTV; ITV’s hugely popular flagship breakfast show.
Throughout her career Fiona’s genuine warmth, intellect and sense of humour has won her the affection of a national audience.
Her presenting career includes the deeply personal Mum, Dad, Alzheimer’s and Me for Channel 4’s Dispatches and ITV documentary The Killer in Me, as well as BBC1’s Watchdog, ITV’s Lorraine, and two highly acclaimed Panorama films; Finished at 50? and Undercover Elderly Care for BBC1.
Most recently she presented three episodes for BBC1’s The Truth About… documentary series on Sugar, Healthy Eating, and Stress.
She has hosted her own shows on BBC London and Smooth Radio, and guest presented for BBC London’s Jo Good and BBC Radio 5 Live’s Simon Mayo.
As a writer Fiona has contributed to numerous publications and currently has a weekly opinion column in Daily Mirror and Mirror Online.
Her book, The Sunday Times Top Ten best-seller ‘Before I Forget’, was published in 2010 by Random House.
Fiona is an ambassador for the People’s Postcode Lottery, an organisation whose players have helped raise over £272 million for a number of national and global charities and initiatives, something she’s incredibly proud to be a part of. She also champions a number of charities connected to Alzheimer's disease, elderly care, and mental health.
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