Meet the presenters: Adina
Adina studied English Literature at Cardiff Uni and during this time did some work experience at a newspaper agency. She enjoyed it so much and decided she wanted to become a news reporter. After doing a journalism course, she went on to work as a reporter for local radio stations, before joining the BBC. Her first job at the BBC was as a newsreader and reporter at Radio One Newsbeat and 1Xtra News. Adina then moved up the road to work at BBC Switch - Revealed is her first TV job.
I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO: Going to my first ever festival this Summer (better late than never) and while I'm there, busting some dance moves with my friends.
BEST THING ABOUT BEING A REVEALED REPORTER: We get to be really creative and sometimes come up with crazy ideas to cover news stories. We're also out on the road quite a lot so we get to meet new people and visit places we haven't been to before.
ADVICE IF YOU WANT TO GET INTO JOURNALISM: Get as much work experience as possible and even if you're turned down, never give up. Most employers will be impressed if you stay in touch with them and it shows your enthusiasm. Don't be scared to make tea and coffee once you're there - everyone loves a good cuppa
WHAT MAKES ME SMILE: Being on holiday somewhere very very hot, sunbathing and drinking something ice cold.
I WISH: I could dance like Usher and sing like Beyonce.
EMBARRASSING STORY I CAN BEAR TO ADMIT TO: Shouting the name of a friend I thought I saw on a busy high street. She didn't hear me, so I walked up to her and jumped-hugged her from behind. Turns out she was a foreign student who didn't even speak English. Let's just say hugging someone you've never met before is very awkward.
Meet the presenters: Anthony
After 6th form Anthony headed to Lancaster uni. Three years and a degree in English Language later he put off working for a bit longer to study journalism. After working as a radio reporter in Cumbria and working behind the camera filming, editing and directing, he arrived at BBC Switch. Revealed... is Anthony Baxter's first ever TV presenting job.
I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO: I'm looking forward to space travel and hover boards. Isn't it about time we had this stuff now, it's like...2010!
BEST THING ABOUT BEING A REVEALED REPORTER: is getting to travel around to places you've never been to before, talking to people about their lives and experiences. A cuppa, a chat, and forgetting that you're actually working - not bad.
ADVICE IF YOU WANT TO GET INTO JOURNALISM: I hate it when people say things like, "it's all about who you know". I think for most people when they start out, that's not really true. A good starting point is writing for a school/college newspaper. Contact local newspapers and radio stations as well. Be persistent and be prepared for knockbacks.
WHAT MAKES ME SMILE: My best mates, they never fail to make me laugh.
I WISH: I'd reported on the Beijing Olympics. I love those interviews you see with people who've just achieved something amazing and they're almost bursting with emotion whilst trying to talk at the same time.
EMBARRASSING STORY I CAN BEAR TO ADMIT TO: Walking around a mixed hospital ward with no pants on after having a tooth removed. They gave me some pretty strong pain killers. I had the pants in my hand if that helps.
Meet the presenters: Charlotte
Charlotte Ashton studied German at uni, but has always wanted to be a journalist. Her first job was writing for the Guardian newspaper about volunteering and she put her language skills to good use presenting at trade shows around Europe. She joined the BBC as a researcher for a radio news programme before joining the Revealed... team on television.
I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO: Being my sister's bridesmaid (or should that be bride-slave?!) when she gets married next year. I'm very lucky to be so close to her and it's a great excuse for lots of in-depth discussions about dresses and shoes!
BEST THING ABOUT BEING A REVEALED REPORTER: Meeting so many people. I love that we can turn up, meet a load of new people and find out all about their lives. It makes you realise that we all have more in common than we have differences. I also love that we can do stories no other news programmes would touch. I love that we get to travel to places I wouldn't otherwise go to. And meeting people like Zac Effron, Ladyhawke and JLS isn't too bad either.
ADVICE IF YOU WANT TO GET INTO JOURNALISM: Do what you love! There is no set route into journalism, just learn the basics and then get writing or filming or recording whatever interests you. Be enthusiastic and energetic and don't say no to opportunities to get more experience- even if it means sacrificing a night with friends or a Saturday off.
WHAT MAKES ME SMILE: The Inbetweeners, Mock the Week, Michael McIntyre (such an infectious laugh) and Friends- old school I know, but it's timeless comedy. And my baby Goddaughter Sophie. She's so little and perfect.
I WISH: I could remember jokes. Something about a man and a bar? Or was it an Englishman and a road? I always forget punch lines. Hopeless.
EMBARRASSING STORY I CAN BEAR TO ADMIT TO: Asking a shop assistant why I couldn't fit into a skirt two sizes bigger than my usual size, only for her to point out it was a boob tube! My school friends have never let me live it down.