Ebs is a sparky Music and Entertainment Presenter, both spontaneous and entertaining with a wealth of production experience behind him over the last 7 years. His presenting experience spans across TV and Radio Presenting, Voiceover and Corporate work.
Over the last three years, he’s been the resident Red Carpet Presenter at The BFI London Film Festival for the Entertainment Network and for ITV1’s Daybreak on the Red Carpet for the annual cinematic extravaganza in Leicester Square interviewing the stars. And as a result was asked to host the Red Carpet at the British Urban Festival alongside Britain’s Next Top Model contestant turned Presenter Annaliese Dayes, the highlight of which was the Premiere of Whitney Houston’s last ever film ‘Sparkle’.
On Radio, he can currently be heard on ‘The Sound of South West London’ 107.8FM Radio Jackie as their Late Night Presenter where he has been since August 2010. He interviews stars such as Frank Bruno, Alistair MacGowan, Guns and Roses’ Slash and Dame Edna, to name but a few!!
From July 2011, he has been a regular guest on BBC London 94.9 reviewing both the latest Entertainment and News stories on Jo Good’s very popular Late night talk Show called ‘Chewing the Fat’ and regularly took part in the BBC Sunday Sessions on her show. From 2013 he continues to be a regular on the Simon Lederman’s new Late Night Show conducting the News Review.
Ebs loves live presenting and away from a TV or Radio studio, has been the main presenter at various Radio Jackie Summer Roadshows in front of thousands, from the Happy Days Festival at Imber Court (introducing bands: Brand New Heavies and Billy Ocean) to the enormous Kingston Fireworks season in front of 4,000 people and the Annual Battersea Dogs and Cats Home Re-Union and Fun days in both Windsor and Battersea. He was honoured to be asked to host the Putney High Street stretch of the Outdoor Men’s Cycling Road Race on the first day of the London 2012 Olympic Games in July 2012.
Following this, Ebs was then invited to be the compere of the 2012 London Youth Games awards at Whitgift School in November 2012 in a 2 hour ceremony honouring more than 200 young people who received awards from local Olympic finalist, Lawrence Okoye. The achievements celebrated were for outstanding results in the Virgin Money Giving London mini-marathon and for the Croydon teams’ overall wins at the Balfour Beatty London Youth Games.
In amongst all this work, Ebs has managed to find the time to film a 90 minute comedy Countdown Show called the ‘Top 17 Greatest Dates of Matthew Reading’ alongside friend and co-presenter Nicola Hume.