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Simon Thomas (television presenter)

                   
Simon Thomas

Simon Thomas on the set of Sky Sports News
Born (1973-01-26) 26 January 1973 (age 39)
Cromer, Norfolk
Occupation Presenter

Simon Thomas (born 26 January 1973, Norwich, Norfolk) is a British television presenter, who worked on Blue Peter for six years.He supports Norwich City FC.

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  Early life

Simon Thomas was born in Norwich, Norfolk to Andrew and Gill Thomas. He has two sisters called Hannah and Rebecca. Although Thomas initially grew up in Cromer, Norfolk and then Grimston, Norfolk where he attended Grimston primary and middle School, the family later moved to Surrey, where he attended Aberdour School in Tadworth, and St. John's School, Leatherhead. After leaving school, he went to Birmingham University, where he graduated with a 2:1 BA Hons degree in history.[1]

  Broadcasting career

  Blue Peter

Having applied for the job three times Thomas began presenting the children's programme Blue Peter on 8 January 1999 replacing the sacked presenter Richard Bacon. Previously he had worked as a runner at Children's BBC and the radio station LBC. During his tenure at Blue Peter, he ran in the London Marathon twice and two Great North Runs, climbed Mount Kilimanjaro and Mont Blanc too, completed over 40 solo sky dives with the Royal Air Force, presented a medal at the Commonwealth Games, ran in the 60 metres sprint at the Norwich Union Indoor Athletics against Frankie Fredericks and Darren Campbell and even directed an edition of the show. He also presented the Queen with a Gold Blue Peter badge when she visited the studio and remarked on presenting Her Majesty with the badge that "she could get into the Tower of London free with it".

Thomas co-presented with Stuart Miles, Katy Hill, Konnie Huq, Matt Baker, Liz Barker and Zöe Salmon.

Thomas announced his intention to leave Blue Peter in January 2005, and his last live show was aired on 25 April of that year.

  BBC

Thomas presented CBBC Proms in the Park in Hyde Park in 2002 with Matt Baker and Faye Tozer from Steps; and in 2003 with Fearne Cotton. He also presented BBC Radio 3's Making Tracks with Matt Baker.

  Sky Sports

After leaving the BBC, Thomas joined Sky Sports in June 2005 and presents from 3-7pm on Sky Sports News, alongside Georgie Thompson. He also presents Cricket AM during the summer on Sky Sports 1 with Sarah-Jane Mee and has presented the Sky Sports Victory Shield, England's U21's games, Centenary Shield, International Cricket, Sky Sports News Cricket World Cup Report, the Mosconi Cup from Las Vegas, Sky Sports World Cup report from Cape Town 2010 and Sky Sports News's coverage of the 2010 Ryder Cup.

Since the 2010/2011 Football Season, Simon has also presented some Npower Championship League games.

  Other work

In August 2009 and August 2010, Simon compered on the Main Stage at Greenbelt, a Christian music and arts Festival held at Cheltenham Racecourse.

  Personal life

Simon lives in SW London and is married to Gemma Thomas and has one child called Ethan. He is a life long supporter of Norwich City FC and Vice-President of the Norwich City Supports Trust.[2]

  Filmography

  • BBC Blue Peter - January 1999-April 2005;
  • CBBC Proms in the Park - September 2002, September 2003;
  • BBC Radio 3 - 'Making Tracks';
  • Sky Sports News - June 2005–present;
  • Sky Sports Cricket AM - May 2006–2009;
  • Sky Sports - Victory Shield;
  • Sky Sports - England Under 21s;
  • Sky Sports News Cricket World Cup Report - March–April 2007;
  • Sky Sports - Mosconi Cup, December 2007;

Sky Sports - World Cup Report, June 2010 - July 2010 Sky Sports - Ryder Cup 2010 Sky Sports - Ashes 2010/11

Preceded by
Richard Bacon
Blue Peter Presenter No. 27
1999-2005
Succeeded by
Gethin Jones

  References

  1. ^ "Simon Thomas - Biography & Images". TV Newsroom. http://tvnewsroom.co.uk/people/simon-thomas/. Retrieved 3 May 2012. "Simon was born on 26th January 1973 in Cromer, Norfolk but grew up in Surrey where he went to Aberdour School in Tadworth and St John’s School in Leatherhead. Following his school career, he went to Birmingham University where he graduated with a degree in History." 
  2. ^ [1] Norwich City Supporters Trust

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