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Georgie starter her career on BBC Choice show History Fix in 1999. At Anglia TV in 2001 Georgie started presenting news and sport for Anglia TV (ITV).  She hosted the weekly Football League highlights show Over The Bar with Kevin Piper until she moved to Sky Sports in 2003.

Georgie was at Sky Sports News and Sky News in London 2003-07.

Georgie was headhunted by ESPN International and moved Stateside in January 2007.  She hosted the network’s flagship highlights show Sportscenter to all of ESPN’s foreign markets.   Georgie became the first British woman to host on ESPN’s domestic network – she was picked to present the Premier League coverage when ESPN secured the rights for the early kick-off in 2009.

When Georgie returned to the UK in 2010 she joined IMG and Premier League Productions as they launched their 24 hour channel for their growing foreign audience. She hosts their news output. (Here’s a good article on the network no-one knows about from FourFourTwo.)

The highlight of Georgie’s terrestrial career came as part of Channel 4‘s Bafta and RTS award-winning team for Paralympics in 2012. Georgie hosted the afternoon coverage of the games with newcomer Arthur Williams that set new daytime ratings for the network and a new benchmark of success in the channel’s history.

In the summer of 2015 Georgie joined Eurosport UK, her first gig with the network was as part of their team of the grass court season ahead of Wimbledon.

Other TV credits

Fox Soccer Channel 2006

ESPNews 2008 (Olympic coverage)

The ESPY’s 2009

ITV Daybreak 2011-2014

5News (Channel 5) 2013 onwards

BoxNation – hosting Buncey’s preview show 2014

Good Morning Britain (ITV) 2014 onwards

Cricket World Cup highlights show (ITV) 2015

Mary Portas “How much Britain earns” Channel 4 2016

Sky News Sunrise with Sarah Jane Mee 2017



Georgie started her career in radio on work experience at her local BBC Radio station in Suffolk aged 18 doing odd jobs and anchoring the odd report when asked.

When Georgie left her first grown-up job as a runner at ESPN/Star sports in London in 2000 she went to SGR Radio in Ipswich and Colchester which is where she started her first football gig covering Colchester United.

A break from radio followed as Georgie did the next 9 years in TV – but she always hankered to return to the medium and in 2011 got her wish when she was hired by talkSPORT. Since her arrival on the station hosting the Transfer Tavern, she graduated through hosting Sunday Exclusive to her current home, the Weekend Sports Breakfast.  She was paired with Micky Quinn from 2013 to 2016 when she was awarded a new radio husband; Tony Cascarino!


Georgie has been the voice of’s national advertising campaigns since 2011.  Tell them Darren sent you!

The rest of her voiceover credits include; Input Media programme on Mark Cavendish,  Golfing World for IMG (2012-14),  The 2015 Cricket World Cup Highlights show for ITV and the Anthony Wonke Christiano Ronaldo film released in November 2015.