Journalist, Broadcaster, Presenter, Reporter, News, Documentaries, Events.

Sean presents on ITV’s Good Morning Britain. It follows 15 years at the BBC. During that time he was a regular face on the BBC News Channel, BBC One, or if you’re outside the UK on BBC World News. He spent two and a half years at Sky, broadcasting on Sky News and Sky Sports News. 

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A Test of Love

Sean and his lovely wife, Luned, were contestants on All Star Mr and Mrs, alongside tennis legend Martina Navratilova and her wife Julia Lemigova, as well as Coronation Street’s Jimmy Mystry and Strictly’s Flavia. Philip Scholfield put them all on the spot to find out how well they know each other. Find out how they did on ITV in the Autumn.

14 August 2015

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Gameshow host

Rebound is ITV’s new daytime quiz fronted by Sean. It was filmed in early August and broadcast from 17th. It’s a test of knowledge and nerve for 6 contestants with a cash prize of more than £10k up for grabs.

14 August 2015

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New Balls Please?

Wimbledon is synonymous with strawberries and cream, good (and bad) weather, and breathtaking tennis. With GMB you also get the razzmatazz of a huge event, along with singing supporters, face painting, zumba workouts, celeb guests, tennis lessons, campers, hot yoga tennis, giant fans (that keep you cool), and fans (supporters) from all corners of the world. Sean spent the Wimbledon fortnight at SW19. It was a whirlwind.

14 August 2015

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Run Sean Run

Sean ran his first marathon at the age of 41, proving there’s life in the old dog yet. He describes it as one of the most amazing experiences of his life “the crowds, the runners, and the money raised for charity make it a fantastic day “.

4 May 2015

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The London Marathon

In 2006 Sean’s mum died of bowel cancer. She was just 54-years-old. His story was published in the Mail on Sunday. Inspired by her memory Sean will take part in the 2015 London Marathon to raise funds for Beating Bowel Cancer. It’s the UK’s second biggest cancer killer, but it’s treatable if caught early enough. You can support him on his JustGiving page. And you can follow his training journey in his blog for Running Fitness magazine here.

16 January 2015