Kate Lawler
Kate found fame after winning the 3rd series of Big Brother in 2002. Big Brother 3 had 5.8 million viewers, making it the most popular series ever to be commissioned by Channel 4. Kate won the show with more than 3 million votes, also making her the first ever female winner of the hit reality TV show.

Kate currently presents on the iconic radio brand Virgin Radio, presenting the Drive show 4pm-7pm, Monday to Friday. As of the first RAJAR of 2020, Virgin is currently the most listened to digital commercial radio station, with Kate's Drive time show receiving record listener numbers (425k). 

Kate co-hosts the award winning and chart topping podcast 'Maybe Baby' with her fiance Boj. Launching with an episode on conception with Spencer Matthews and Vogue Williams (which has had 421k listens to date), this groundbreaking podcast has garnered much media attention, with coverage on Sky News, The Telegraph, OK! Magazine, The Evening Standard and Kate also appeared on Loose Women. The public fell in love with the podcast too - iTunes received over 830 ratings, averaging 4.5 stars and each episode has received an average of 30k listens and 100 reviews since July 2019. The podcast also featured in Apple's 'Best Listens' for 2019, cementing a stellar year for the show. 

Since Big Brother, Kate has appeared on our TV screens on a number of occasions, most recently in Celebrity Coach Trip and Celebrity Pointless (Halloween Special). 
Kate is a very talented content creator, and has grown a large and engaged following on her social media channels, with over 263k on Instagram, 75.5k on Twitter and 87k on Facebook. Throughout her career, Kate has worked closely with various brands to create uniquely-creative content and campaigns. These brands include Naked Juices, Pop Chips, LADBible, Laughing Cow, Silent Night , Pooch and Mutt, Quaker Oats and many more.
As well as being an established voiceover artist, Kate DJ's at various events, most recently at Cannes Lions Festival for News UK, and the launch show of Love Island 2018. Kate's voiceover credits include: 
  • Narrator of Fired By Mum & Dad (MTV)
  • Music ads for artists including Arctic Monkeys
  • Online videos for Marks & Spencer
  • Continuity for Sky Living and Real Lives
Before starting her current role at Virgin Radio, Kate's radio career started when she joined Kerrang! Radio in October 2007 and found huge success there. Kate was part of the programming team that won the highly prestigious Gold Award for a station with over 1 million listeners at the 2009 Sony Radio Academy Awards. In 2012, Kerrang! Radio was shortlisted for the UK Station of the year award alongside BBC Radio 2 and BBC Radio 6 Music. In 2013, Kate's Drive Time show was also shortlisted for the Best Entertainment Programme category.

Kate also presented Klub Kerrang! every Saturday night from 7pm-8pm. The entire playlist was handpicked by Kate, from alternative anthems to loud rock and indie classics, as well as brand new music.

Kate moved to Manchester in the summer of 2013, and was based at Key 103 where she hosted The Late Show every Monday - Thursday 10pm-1am across Key 103 Manchester, Radio Aire Leeds, Viking FM in Hull, Hallam FM Sheffield and Rock FM Preston. In addition to this, she hosted the Sunday Afternoon Show 1pm-4pm.