People Since the Wikipedia is having issues, I'll share the following with you for now. It's a biography of Claudia Winkleman:
Claudia Winkleman is a television presenter and one of the current hosts of the BBC3 entertainment show Liquid News. The daughter of the former editor of the Sunday Express, Eve Pollard, Winkleman was born 15 January 1972. She began her education at the City of London School for Girls in the Barbican and later graduated from Cambridge University with an MA Hons in History of Art.

Winkleman's first appeared on local television, presenting the discussion programme Central Weekend. From here she has gone on to appear in a variety of formats demonstrating great flexibility. These include Talking Telephone Numbers, The National Lottery, God's Gift, Trading Up, Fan-o-rama, We Are Family, Toilets and most recently as the 'fanzine' presenter on Fame Accademy. She has also made guest appearances on Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Have I Got News For You and The Wright Stuff. A long stint on BBC's Holiday programme culminated in a spin off prime time special in which she travelled the world in 34 days reporting from Japan, India, Costa Rica and Dubai. These experiences have led the presenter to become a regular travel writer, working for the Sunday Times, Independent and Metro. She is also a regular contributor to Cosmopolitan.

Claudia is married to PR Guru Kris Thykier. Their first child, Jake was born in March 2003.
During my research I turned up this website entry in which a contributor to her BBC Choice programme Toilets talks about his day with her. Some shows just demand a rerun...


  1. And the relevance of Ms Winkleman is?

    Am I missing something?

  2. As discussed elsewhere I'm writing wild biographies for the Wikipedia initially filling in the gaps in the Have I Got News For You episode guide. But 'pedia is currently running as read only after some 'technical difficulties' so I bunged it here instead for now.