11 Facts About Anthea Turner


Anthea Turner was born on 25 May 1960 and is an English former television presenter.

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Anthea Turner joined BBC Radio Stoke as a runner, eventually joining breakfast show presenter Bruno Brookes as part of his rap crew.

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Anthea Turner moved into television through Sky Channel and Music Box presenting live music programmes from July 1986 to 1989.

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Anthea Turner presented the children's television show Blue Peter from 27 June 1992 to 29 June 1994, and around this time was associated with publicising The Y Plan, a system of exercise developed by the London YMCA.

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Anthea Turner was a host on the first National Lottery draw on BBC One on 19 November 1994 with Noel Edmonds and Gordon Kennedy.

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Anthea Turner took part in the first series of the Channel 4 game show The Jump in 2013.

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Anthea Turner took part in a special celebrity edition of Channel 4's First Dates on 12 October 2015, in aid of Stand Up to Cancer.

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On 20 November 2017, Anthea Turner appeared on the BBC show Celebrity Antiques Road Trip in an episode set in Staffordshire and Cheshire.

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In 2013, Anthea Turner appeared as a contestant in the eighth series of Dancing on Ice, where she finished in ninth place out of twelve celebrity skaters.

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Year of her divorce from Powell, Anthea Turner moved in with the CEO of Imagine Homes, Grant Bovey.

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Anthea Turner was keen to start her own family with Bovey, who has three daughters from his previous marriage.

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