Radio DJ, Television Presenter, Reporter and Contributor/Pundit
Few broadcasters can make the gear change between entertainment, hard news, personal insights and audience participation as effortlessly and as naturally as Caroline. Versatility is her strength, from anchoring Sky News to hosting a talk radio phone-in to getting muddy in BBC1’s Celebrity Total Wipeout!
BBC Radio London 94.9FM, 2012 – 2013
Hosted own regular live topical phone-in debate show 2-6am
LBC 97.3FM, 2003 – 2007
Presented drive time 4-7pm, and a phone-in Fridays 8-10pm
BBC Radio Five Live, 2001 & 2002
Created and presented ‘The Juice’, which integrated into ‘The Weekend News’ – of which Caroline was inaugural presenter with Matthew Bannister, covering national and international news.
News, Travel and Entertainment on-air role across Breakfast and Nicky Campbell shows.
95.8 Capital FM London, 1995 – 2001
DJ: The Dance Chart, The London Chart, Early Breakfast and Overnights.
The Flying Eye, airborne live travel reporter at Drive-time (and cover on Chris Tarrant Breakfast Show)
Reporter ‘The Way It Is’. Hosted ‘Party In the Park’
Presenter for Sky News, Sky Rocket (Sky One), World Fifpro Awards (Sky One), Celebrity Soccer Six (Sky One), Hit for Six (VH-I), Consequently (Carlton), The Mint (ITV1), London TV, ITN News Channel, Sky Travel, The Travel Channel, Thomas Cook TV and GMTV Hollywood, showbiz and competitions.
Contributor/Pundit for BBC News Chanel (newspaper reviews), Titchmarsh, This Morning (ITV1), Heston’s Fairy tale Feast (C4), Jersey Royals (MTV), Vanessa Show, The Wright Stuff (C5), Weakest Link (BBC1), Celebrity Poker and Poker 888 (Sky Sports), Sky News, Celebrity Total Wipeout (BBC1), Jersey Shore Wildest Moments (MTV).
BBC News (South East), 2007- present
Presenter and reporter
Chair at ‘Question Time’ for Conservative Party Conference.
Host at the Global Angel Awards 2001 and 2012.
Corporate events host for Virgin Mobile, Emirates Airlines and Australian Tourist Board, Roche Pharmaceutical, BAA, Price Waterhouse Cooper and more.
Royal Film Premieres host at Leicester Square.