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Former This Morning and Loose Women presenter, Ruth Langsford is also a writer and weekly magazine columnist, as well as an experienced and charismatic awards host and conference facilitator. She has presented many gardening programmes including 'The Great British Garden Show' on BBC and is passionate about fashion.
She has been a host on Loose Women, covered for Lorraine Kelly on GMTV and often guests on panel and comedy shows, including Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, Keith Barry’s Magic Show, Odd One In, magic numbers and many more. She was even caught by Eamonn in bed with Rob Brydon on Annually Retentive!
Ruth has fronted high profile commercial campaigns, is a voice-over artist and hosts corporate events. She has also narrated documentaries for Channel 4, Five and the History Channel, as well as corporate videos and radio commercials.
"Ruth was thoroughly professional, engaging and also very kind to all of our guests. She stayed for photographs and spoke openly and kindly with everyone. Ruth had done her homework and was fully prepared to present and she came across extremerly well. With her link to dementia and care it worked perfectly for our audience."
Her passion for cooking has taken her to Marco's Kitchen Burn Out, Ten Mile Menu, Market Kitchen, Ready Steady Cook. She was also the host of Carlton Television’s Food Network Daily and Westcountry TV’s cookery competitions series Taste of the West. This has lead to Ruth becoming an ambassador for two big Tesco Food campaigns.
A keen gardener, Ruth presented The Great British Garden Show on BBC2, ITV’s gardening quiz show The Answer Lies in the Soil and Gardens of the Millennium for The History Channel.
Ruth is also passionate about fashion - she was the face of the re-launch of Playtex in 2011.
Her career began at ITV in the Westcountry 25 years ago where she fronted the evening news programme and presented her own chat show. From there, she moved into national television and has fronted shows for BBC1, BBC2, ITV and several digital channels.
Born in Singapore, the child of an army family, Ruth lived in five countries before the age of 10.
Ruth and Eamonn live in Surrey with their son Jack.
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