Derek Hatton

Former Talk Radio’s morning phone-in presenter Derek Hatton has become one of the country’s most popular after dinner speakers with his repertoire of highly amusing stories, culminating in an optional and entertaining question and answer session. Corporate business, conference organisers and celebrity dinners at golf clubs have increasingly … Read More

Diane Simpson

Diane Simpson is one of the most entertaining and informative speakers you will ever hear. A handwriting expert and Profiler, she is funny, original and, as they say, something completely different.She advises big business on executive recruitment and has worked on high profile crime investigations including the infamous … Read More

Dr Kevin Jones

Dr. Kevin Jones is a hugely successful practising consultant ‘mirthologist’, firmly established on the international after-dinner speaking circuit. Dr. Jones proves that a doctor can both cure and entertain thousands each and every year. He qualified in medicine from Liverpool University in 1977 and during his career has worked … Read More

Edwina Currie

Edwina Currie is a former MP and is renowned for being an opinionated and outspoken public figure. Born in Liverpool to Orthodox Jewish parents, she attended Oxford University to study Chemistry and gained an MA in Economic History from The London School of Economics. In 1983, Edwina was … Read More

Eric Jones

One of the North’s outstanding after dinner speakers, Eric came to the circuit in traditional style being spotted by a well-known agent. Well respected by fellow speakers and comedians it is they who pressed him to extend his talents and go further afield. Now his brilliant wit and … Read More

Gary Richardson

Garry Richardson has been a broadcaster for the BBC for over 35 years. He is best known as the sports presenter on Radio Four’s prestigious “Today” programme. He also presents “Sportsweek” on Five Live every Sunday morning and is a regular contributor to BBC Television. Garry’s big love … Read More

Gerald Ratner

Gerald Ratner is a British household name. Born in 1949 and educated at Hendon County Grammar School, he joined the family firm Ratners in 1965. He took over his family’s jewellery business in 1984 which had at that time 130 stores. By 1990 it had 2,500 stores, 25,000 … Read More

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