Returning to host the 2018 Glomo Awards, TV presenters Suzi Perry and Ortis Deley are well known for their love of technology, both having presented Channel 5’s hugely successful Gadget Show for a number of years.
After an impressive eight years with ‘The Gadget Show’, Suzi Perry went on to become the first ever permanent female anchor of BBC One’s Formula 1 programming, then in 2016 she returned to the world of motorcycle racing when she joined the BT Sport team as channel ambassador and host of their Moto GP and Speedway GP series. Travelling the World to report from trackside and speaking to the biggest names in motorsport for more than two decades, truly makes her the Queen of the Pit Lane. Suzi’s other sport hosting credits include the BBC’s live coverage of Royal Ascot, Wimbledon, the London Marathon, the Trooping the Colour, the London Olympics, the Great North Run and the legendary Oxford & Cambridge Boat Race. Suzi’s other numerous TV credits include, ‘How to Take Stunning Pictures’ and ‘Operation Homefront’ for Channel 5; ‘House Call’, ‘City Hospital’, ‘Superstars’, ‘Watchdog’ and the National Lottery for BBC One and ‘Treasure Hunt’ and F1 Rewind on BBC Two. Last year she presented her own BBC One documentary’ Queen’s of the Road’. She is now also a regular on Radio 2, presenting a variety of shows showcasing her love of music.
Ortis Deley is now in his seventh year presenting the popular weekly ‘The Gadget Show’, a role which has helped him develop a strong following. Last year Ortis also enjoyed working on Channel 5’s ‘Police Interceptors’. As well as appearing on our screens weekly on ‘The Gadget Show’, Ortis has co-hosted the sell-out live version of the show on numerous occasions at Birmingham’s NEC, performing to over 75,000 guests at the 5-day event. He also contributed to Ancient Top 10 for the History Channel, a programme looking at the origins of technology. Ortis has appeared as a guest technology reporter on BBC One’s ‘The One Show’, BBC Breakfast News, ‘Watchdog’ and ‘The Saturday Show; as well as a guest panellist on ‘Never Mind the Buzzcocks’ for BBC 2 and Channel 5’s ‘The Wright Stuff’.
© Copyright 2018 GSM Association. The GSM logo is registered and owned by the GSM Association.