Jackie Brambles Conference and Event Host is a former Radio 1 DJ and host of the hugely successful Loose Women. Jackie is available for Awards, Conferences & Corporate events
A broadcast journalist, presenter, producer and entrepreneur, she’s adaptable to any environment be it reporting on hurricanes, presidential elections or 9/11 to chatting to the Hollywood glitterati having hosted GMTV’s coverage of 6 Academy Awards not to mention countless red-carpet movie premieres as a long-time reporter in LA. Jackie spent 5 years in San Francisco where she was a PR & Media Training consultant to major tech companies in Silicon Valley, as well as anchoring the local CBS News on radio & television.
“a massive thank you to you for hosting our annual ball on Friday evening. We have had fantastic feedback, everyone loved you!”
Amanda Peebles – Corporate & Events Fundraiser
PRINCE & PRINCESS OF WALES HOSPICE GLASGOW
“Jackie, I just wanted to say a huge thank you for your work at the Charles Derby Conference in London. The feedback we have had to date has been excellent and you were the one holding everything together. You were funny and engaging throughout, and showed a clear empathy with our industry.”
Lloyd Nunn – Director, Charles Derby (Financial Services) Group
CHARLES DERBY FINANCIAL SERVICES
“Jackie’s presentation was faultless & the attention she commands from the audience is incredible”
Hamish Rodger – Director
JAMES STRANG CIVIL ENGINEERING
Jackie was born in Essex England and grew up in Ayrshire, Scotland, She also began her radio career on local radio station West Sound in Ayr when she was nineteen
She then joined Capital Radio as its youngest DJ, and after a year on the evening show joined the BBC in 1988 as the first female presenter to get her own prime time show on the national pop network BBC Radio 1
Jackie’s was the youngest ever DJ on BBC Radio 1, becoming their first female broadcaster with a daytime show. Following her 11 years in the USA, she returned to the UK and became anchor on ITV’s hit TV show “Loose Women” during its highest rated and award-winning years.
Recently Jackie fronted the 4 part documentary series on financial fraud, Stopping Scotland’s Scammers for the second consecutive year, which was the highest-rated programme produced by STV in the last decade. Jackie also recently hosted BBC Scotland’s “Quay Sessions”, taking her back to her musical roots.