Jackie Brambles has been a broadcast journalist and producer for over 25 years.
After a year at Capital Radio, Jackie joined BBC Radio 1 in 1988 becoming the network’s first female broadcaster with a daytime show.
After 6 years at the BBC, Brambles relocated to the USA where she swapped music for news, becoming a CBS News anchor on radio and TV.
Whilst in America, Jackie also worked as a PR consultant and Media Trainer to a number of major tech companies in Silicon Valley before heading to Los Angeles.
Based in L.A, Brambles took over GMTV’s West Coast bureau as the U.S. correspondent for 6 years, covering stories from Presidential elections to awards ceremonies to the horror of the terror attacks 9/11.
In 2005, Jackie returned to the UK and became anchor on ITV’s hit TV show “Loose Women” during its highest rated and award-winning years.
Motherhood and entrepreneurialism have kept Jackie closer to home in Scotland in recent years, although her return to television earlier in 2015, fronting the 3 part documentary series Stopping Scotland’s Scammers was the highest-rated programme produced by STV in the last decade.
Jackie also enjoys the occasions she gets to host “The Quay Sessions” which is BBC Radio Scotland’s music performance show.
Awards Host and Facilitator:
As an awards host and facilitator, Jackie Brambles is at ease in business environments in addition to her vast experience navigating the world’s most glamorous events – having hosted ITV’s coverage of 6 Academy Awards, 7 Grammys and countless red-carpet movie premieres during her years in Hollywood.
Together with her expertise in facilitating the raucous panel of “Loose Women”, Jackie is the ideal choice to make your event unforgettable.