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Michaela Saunders

"Michaela is the one with the dirty laugh."

Michaela Saunders
BBC 7 Presenters

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Michaela Saunders

Michaela is the one with the dirty laugh.

Her multi-coloured media career on the road to BBC7 has taken her through McDonalds (she had all five stars) and the London College of Music, where she grappled with Rachmaninov piano concertos and spent rather a lot of money on hairspray tending a blue mohican hair cut.

In her time she has worked in music and sound fx in London’s Soho, turned many a sod whilst being green fingered with Gardeners’ World and has even recorded premium rate phone services - clean ones of course.

The last 10 plus years have been spent announcing on BBC Television and travelling the world, and now she’s landed at Broadcasting House.

She’s known for talking too much, thinking she can sing and never having any money. She loves Thai food ("could live on it!"), scuba diving, Formula 1, anything that travels fast on 4 wheels or 2 and of course her garden...

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