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As a young schoolmaster Ian taught Tony Blair to read and write. He went on to become one of the most recognisable voices in rugby for over 40 years, and also masqueraded as a racing expert - owning a share of a string of remarkably slow horses. Ian can also boast to ghosting the official biography of Richard Burton.

The Sportsweek anchor is also a long-serving Today presenter, and one of the funniest speakers on the circuit. He’s proud of the interview with Clinton at a rain-sodden Wimbledon, but admits to a chequered record as a tipster. As well as performing solo, Garry hosts Q&A with the likes of Harry Redknapp.

The Bonhams director and BBC Antiques Roadshow expert passes around a number of unfamilar objects and invites guests to estimate their age, use, country of origin and potential saleroom value. Eric is just as comfortable with small groups or large gatherings – with tables playing as teams combining novices and antiques enthusiasts. Whatever their nationality or level of knowledge, every participant will find it a hugely entertaining and enriching experience.

One-time player with Tranmere Rovers, Ray has covered the World Cup Finals and all the biggest domestic action for the BBC and continues to report the latest developments in the game for BT Sports.

Not only was The Guardian’s Associate Editor once involved in a physical brush with the PM’s press secretary, he’s also engaged in ‘light sabre fighting’ with a Cabinet Minister. Despite this he feels more at home with the verbal insult - as in his programme Savaged By A Dead Sheep.

Marc has been voted ‘the world's greatest mind-reader’ by his peers at the World Magic Awards in Los Angeles. His ability to predict words, numbers and cards earned him accolades like ‘technically immaculate’ and ‘you’re weird.’ Credits include The Parkinson Show.

Nigel started out as a wine merchant before turning himself into a food and drink critic (and a part-time rugby commentator). The same enthusiasm led him to the Edinburgh Fringe with a theatrical mission to make sherry trendy. For corporate gatherings Nigel offers a spirited alternative to wine tastings – using gin, vodka, rum or whisky. Guests also learn to make a perfect Mojito, Martini or Cosmopolitan.

Adam’s career has taken in sport, business and personal finance, via a spell as Comms Director for the BOA and for Travelodge Hotels.

Claire was a young field nurse in Ethiopia when Michael Buerk interviewed her for a BBC report on the famine. She was irritated by his ‘stupid questions,’ but told him her grimmest task was to decide which children might survive if let in to the feeding station, and which must be left to die. The report inspired Geldof to set up Live Aid. Claire explains that everybody can make a difference and create value, not just be a consumer.

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