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Eddie Jones was appointed England Head Coach in December 2015, having previously coached Japan at the 2015 Rugby World Cup in England. The Australian signed a four-year contract to become the first foreign head coach in English rugby history.
During his three years in charge of Japan, he led the team to tenth in the World Rugby Rankings and this success was showcased by the unforgettable victory over South Africa in the World Cup group stages. The match is considered the biggest upset in World Rugby history and Eddie was set to take control of Super Rugby side The Stormers following the tournament before being offered his role with England.
In his playing years Eddie made 12 appearances for New South Wales at hooker, including a warm up match against the British and Irish Lions in 1989.
Jean-Christophe Novelli - Multi-Michelin Star awards, 5/5 AA Rosettes, Chef’s Chef of the Year, Egon Ronay’s Dessert of the Year, European Chef of the Year Finalist and Multiple Restaurants of the Year Winner, Author, Public Speaker, Food and Beverage Consultant for many restaurants around the world and most recently creator of the Jean Christophe Novelli restaurant concepts, Terrané-Brasserie, Bistro '61 and Rapido by Jean Christophe Novelli rolling out in many good quality hotels around the UK and Middle East
TV work includes Hell's Kitchen with Gary Rhodes, Chef Academy (USA), The Games, BGMT, This Morning, Jonathan Ross, Countryfile, Question of Sport and many more shows over the last 20 years.
Owner of The hugely successful Novelli Academy since 2005 and still lives in Hertfordshire with his fiancée and 2 boys soon to be one more.
Rosemary is a talented, versatile chef and a cookery teacher. The “I’m a Celebrity” contestant endeared herself to the nation proving that she can cook just about anything, anywhere! With over a decade in broadcasting and teaching, Rosemary’s role in ITV1’s “Ladette to Lady” with six series under her belt cemented her position as Britain's best loved chef. Rosemary’s “School for cooks” aired for two seasons on ITV1 whilst “Castle Cook” was the first series that first introduced Rosemary to TV formally, then came “Rosemary on the Road” and “Rosemary Queen of the Kitchen”.
Rosemary also appeared as a presenter on a ITV day time program called “Nosh” and remains a popular TV chef appearing on “This Morning” , “The Alan Titchmarsh Show” , “Taste the Nation” and is a resident judge on ITVs “Soap Star Super chef”.
Konnie is a British television presenter and writer. Although she has had many broadcasting roles, Konnie is best known as the longest serving female Blue Peter presenter, co-presenting the children's show from 1997 to 2008. Amongst her many other appearances, Konnie has hosted the Xtra Factor on ITV and the BBC's The One Show. Highly interested in low emission motoring for some time, Konnie has also participated in the Government's Go Ultra Low initiative.
Kate Humble is a writer & broadcaster. Her most recent TV credits include 'Building Cars Live', 'Chinese New Year 2016 - The Biggest Celebration on Earth' and 'Living with Nomads.' Her latest book Friend for Life - the Extraordinary Partnership between Humans and Dogs' was published in May 2016. She is Vice President of the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust, a Conservation Fellow at ZSL & a qualified commercial scuba diver. She is the founder of Humble by Nature, a rural skills centre on a working farm in Monmouthshire.
Charlotte Pike is a chef and award-winning author of four cookery books. Charlotte's first three books won the World Gourmand Awards, and the fourth has been shortlisted for the highly prestigious André Simon Awards. Having read French and Spanish at Exeter University, she spent time living in Paris and Madrid, working for a national airline and a world-famous auction house, and indulging her love for travel with extensive trips to South America, the USA and the Middle East. Charlotte walked away from a successful career in the financial sector to turn her greatest passions into a career; food and travel, taking herself off to Ballymaloe Cookery School in Ireland for three months to undertake their Certificate Course in Food and Wine. As a trained chef, Charlotte balances her writing with a small amount of cookery teaching at a select group of cookery schools around the UK. Currently residing in the beautiful English countryside and travelling extensively around the UK and abroad, Charlotte remains a particularly enthusiastic home cook, and especially enjoys outdoor and country cooking.
Zoe Gillings-Brier is Great Britain’s No 1 Snowboard X (SBX) athlete. With seven World Cup podiums, three winter Olympic Games and many multi national titles to her name, Zoe is Britain's most successful SBX athlete of all time. Zoe is an excellent ambassador for her sport and is now firmly underway towards her 4th Olympic Games in Pyeong Chang in 2018. Zoe competes in the exciting sport of SBX where 6 athletes race down a mountain course of jumps and turns.
Mary King MBE is one of Britain’s most prolific equestrians, with a career spanning over 30 years, including two World Championship Gold medals, Silver and Bronze Olympic medals. Having represented her country at no fewer than six Olympic Games, Mary is simply one of Britain's most successful equestrians of all time.
Emily has forged a hugely successful eventing career. She completed her first affiliated event at the age of just 12 and represented Great Britain for the first time when she was 15-years-old at the 2011 junior European eventing championships. Emily clinched her first individual European medal at the following year's event and won team gold in the young rider European championships in 2015. Emily achieved her dream of competing at four-star level when she notched an impressive fourth placing at Pau Horse Trials in the south of France. In 2016 Emily followed in her mother Mary's footsteps and debuted at the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials.
Nicknamed "Eddie the Eagle" by the media, Eddie is a British ski jumper and skier, who in 1988, became the first competitor to represent Great Britain in Olympic ski jumping. In 2016, he is being portrayed by Taron Egerton in the biographical film Eddie the Eagle, co-starring Hugh Jackman as fictional coach Bronson Peary.