Born in Glasgow, Lorraine joined her local weekly newspaper The East Kilbride News aged seventeen. In 1983, she joined BBC Scotland as a researcher, and a year later she became TVam’s Scottish correspondent covering stories like the Piper Alpha disaster and the Lockerbie bombing. She went on to co-host TVam and GMTV.
In 2012, Lorraine was awarded the OBE by HM The Queen for services to charity and the armed forces at Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh. She was Hon Colonel of the Black Watch Cadets and a former Rector of Dundee University.
She is a patron of Help For Heroes. Lorraine lives in Buckinghamshire with her husband Steve, daughter Rosie and new puppy Angus.
Prior to this, Jane led creative and media and creative digital units at Ogilvy, Mindshare and JWT before a spell in early-stage venture capital. She then moved client side to Digital UK, owned by the BBC and commercial broadcasters, who managed the UK’s successful switchover from analogue to digital TV. She led on marketing strategy, managed agencies, execution and audience support, and subsequently moved in to the role of Communications Director at Digital Radio UK, then UK MD for the fast-growing Media & Digital team at Kantar Millward Brown. Jane is also a qualified architect and has two teenage boys.
Previous to this he worked for SKY UK on communal satellite field for almost ten years and he specialises in advising managing agents and social landlords on how best to get Sky TV into blocks of flats so that residents can enjoy Sky’s award winning entertainment.
His remit spans budgeting, business management, coaching, customer service, IT management, management development, market planning, marketing, performance management, sales management, sales training and strategy. Sanjay is married to Dee and have two children Neel and Mans.