Harefield, United Kingdom (PressExposure) April 12, 2008 -- Sophie has presented the BBC's Six OâClock News with George Alagiah since January 2003. Prior to this, Sophie presented Breakfast alongside Jeremy Bowen from its launch in October 2000. She has interviewed all kinds of people from the Prime Minister to Ginger Spice, as well as presented a number of BBC Specials and debates including the recent live debate on the future of the monarchy âOur Monarchy â The Next 50 Yearsâ with David Dimbleby.
Sounds of the Blues Brothers â tribute band
One of the top tribute bands on the party circuit the seven piece Sounds of the Blues Brothers present an energetic live show with band members dressed in black suits, Trilby hats and shades, playing a selection of favourites from the film such as Everybody Needs Somebody, Soul Man, Gimme Some Lovinâ, etc.
Also included in the show are a selection of classics that are instantly recognisable. Atlantic, Stax and Motown songs such as âKnock on Wood,â and âIn the Midnight Hourâ to name but a few.
Sounds of the Blues Brothers come highly recommended, especially if you are planning a late summer event or even thinking about Christmas book them now or miss out!
Ian is the perfect choice of speaker for any sporting dinner, he is totally reliable, impeccably presented, with fresh material and is very very funny.
From entertaining at Premiership and Nationwide League Football clubs to Rugby Union and League home international hospitality, Ian has been establishing himself as one of the most in demand performers on the circuit.
Also as a Past Captain, Jester, Chairman, and long standing member of the Comedians Golfing Society, Ian is the ideal compliment to any golfing event.
Ian is popular with both mixed and all male audiences.
Bill Giles OBE
Bill has been on radio and television for over a quarter of a century, leading the world-beating team of the BBC Weather Presenters for 17 years.
Renowned as a very humorous after dinner speaker, Bill is now in great demand as a speaker on Climate Change, especially chairing and co-ordinating the whole event. His specialty is being able to translate all the scientific jargon of Climate Change into a language that everyone, especially the planners and decision-makers, can understand and act on.
After a recent Environment conference, Sam Kirk of the London Borough of Lewisham said âI just wanted to say a big thank you to Bill for attending our Conference and for making it a much more interesting, enlightening and humorous event for all who attended. Feedback that we have had so far from Street leaders, council officers and elected members who were present has been very positive and we would all like you to come back in a couple of years to see what changes - as individuals - we have made.â