Jonny (guitar & vocals), Amy (fiddle) and Paddy (guitar) compose and perform superbly crafted comic songs. Subjects range from what constitutes a real pub (pints of mild and scampi fries, not staff with asymmetric hair), to why Scotland should remain part of the United Kingdom (told as a ballad of two estranged lovers).
Aside from his Europe-wide role at NAB, Tom is Chief Economist for Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks and a frequent contributor to the financial media. He advises on forecasting and growth, after spending seven years at the Bank of England analysing foreign exchange markets and the efficacy of central bank intervention.
The English National Ballet are one of the world's great dance companies, staging acclaimed productions from both the classical and contemporary repertoire. They can now produce bespoke performances or 'cut down' versions of well-known works including Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake and The Nutcracker.
The Organic Jam is a partnership of a top international DJ and highly respected musicians specialising in improvisation. Whether for 'foreground' performances or background atmosphere, they pride themselves on capturing the mood of any event - embracing dance, jazz, chill-out, Latin, swing, pop, classical, techno and tango.
The journalist and film-maker goes to places and speaks to groups other reporters wouldn't dare approach. After facing firing squads in Zimbabwe, he was captured by the Taliban. Sean reveals how to negotiate a meeting with some of the world's most wanted characters and the thoughts of a man about to face execution - complete with wonderful 'gallows' humour.
Bill served as CEO at Wickes, Focus and Iceland. He has since turned consultant and author, looking at what's happened and what's next for Britain's high streets. With challenging views on retail culture, the future of the customer experience and the economy they underpin, Bill offers a counter to those that seek to revive high street shopping.
Alongside her rowing partner Heather Stanning, Helen wrote herself into the history books by winning Team GB's first gold medal at London 2012. They cruised through the heats and lined up for the final as the favoured crew. With spectacular determination they pulled clear of the field, and maintained their lead to the line - becoming the first British oarswomen ever to claim gold.
Steve fell from a balcony in his early 20s. When he tried to get up he realised his arms and legs wouldn't respond; he was permanently paralysed from the chest down. In presentations he gives an insight into the journey from hellish injury to captain of Great Britain's wheelchair rugby team. He describes leadership on the court, the fight to become the best in the world, and the sheer pride of leading out his side at the London Paralympics.
After co-founding the gadget retailer firebox.com, Michael launched Mind Candy. He serves as both CEO and Creative Director of the games developer, which has achieved a transmedia hit with Moshi Monsters (65 million users worldwide). Michael was recently voted No.5 in WIRED Magazine's Digital Power List.
Ray spent 14 years at Highbury. He made 468 appearances under George Graham and Arsene Wenger - winning two FA Cups, the League Cup, three league titles and two FA Cups. A genuine and immensely likeable man, with a treasure chest of tales to share, the one-time 'Romford Pele' now presents on talkSPORT.
Hal is unashamedly suburban, teetering on the edge of a mid-life crisis. According to The Scotsman, 'he takes the personal and the ridiculous, and whizzes them into a delicious comedy smoothie that's sweet with a hint of sharpness.' TV stand-up credits include Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow, The Omid Djalili Show and John Bishop's Only Joking.
Andrew Strauss is one of only three England cricket captains to lead his side to Ashes victory both home and away. He devised a plan to achieve world No.1 ranking within five years; working closely with Andy Flower, the objective was met in half the time - and Strauss earned a reputation for gritty and intelligent leadership. He talks about how to create and share a vision, build trust and encourage change - even in the face of intense pressure and public scrutiny.
Since winning the Chortle Newcomer and BBC New Comedy Award, Joe has starred on 8 Out Of 10 Cats and Show & Tell. Championed by a Times critic as a 'rising talent with a confident, relaxed charm,' the one-time graphic designer pokes fun at middle class anxieties and the eccentricities of modern life.
As Chief Executive of Dyson, Martin transformed it from a niche manufacturer to a £1bn global brand, moving production to Asia. Even after the onset of recession, he doubled turnover and trebled profits - driving sales in 70 markets. Now advising a private equity firm, Martin demonstrates how ideas are the lifeblood of territorial expansion. Rather than try to compete with the Chinese on their terms, the UK must harness its natural inventiveness.
When the van and minibus dealer decided he could do a better job than the local banks, the authorities told him it was impossible, even criminal. He pushed harder, set up Burnley Savings and Loans, and soon found himself starring in Channel 4's Bank of Dave. In 2013 he also helps people back into employment. In a real-life tale of David and Goliath, with lessons for businesses big and small, he explains what made him take on seemingly insurmountable odds.
Since his early days running Pop Idol chatrooms and helping MySpace attract 10m UK users, Andrew has become one of the foremost experts in social media - training several of the big agency teams. He is also part of Doug Richards' School for Start-Ups, and sits on OFCOM's advisory board. Andrew shows how to keep the online conversation going, and underlines the need for a social media strategy to complement traditional business-building and marketing.
The Telegraph's Enterprise Editor has spent time with entrepreneurs of all shades, including many of the world's most successful. Rachel takes the lessons they've learned, myths dispelled and mistakes made, and weaves an entertaining look at how (in theory) anyone can make a million by lunchtime.