Kate Garraway is a British TV and radio presenter and journalist and the author of The Power of Hope. She got her start on TV in 1994, joining the South edition of ITV News Central as a production journalist, reporter and news presenter. Two years later, she became co-presenter of the South East edition of ITV News Meridian. She launched the BBC 24-hour News Channel in 1997, and in 1998 she joined Sunrise on Sky News. Kate joined GMTV in September 2000, co-presenting GMTV Today alongside Andrew Castle, Eamonn Holmes, Fiona Phillips and Ben Shephard. In 2010 ITV breakfast relaunched as Daybreak. Kate was entertainment editor and co-presenter alongside Christine Lampard and Adrian Chiles. In 2014, Good Morning Britain was launched with Kate joining as one of the main co-presenters alongside Piers Morgan, Ben Shepherd and Susanna Reid. The same year Kate joined Smooth Radio as part of the relaunch of the station. She presents the weekday mid-morning programme, with 2.3 million listeners tuning in to her show each week. Meanwhile, Kate appeared in the fifth series of Strictly Come Dancing in 2007, lasting seven weeks and finishing in 8th place with professional partner Anton du Beke. She came fourth in 2019's I'm a Celebrity . . . Get Me Out of Here!
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