Mark Durden-Smith is one of Britain’s most versatile presenters, with the kind of charm and spontaneous wit that makes him a natural choice for corporate events.
Back in 2002 Mark was the anchor for the launch of RI:SE Channel 4’s breakfast show. He returned to early mornings by presenting ITV’s flagship show This Morning during summer 2010, teaming up with Kate Thornton and Myleene Klass. Mark co-presents a new ITV show called Three @ 3; a live magazine show which debates the hot topics of the day. In 2010, Mark presented The Breakfast Show on BBC London Radio alongside Gaby Roslin. Mark is also a regular newspaper pundit on Lorraine Kelly’s sofa on ITV’s Lorraine.
Mark Durden-Smith has also presented the successful nail-biting show Gutted on Home, ITV2’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here Now!, The Underdog Show with Tara Palmer-Tomkinson on LIVING, ITV1’s Wish You Were Here – Now and Then, ITV2’s Soapstar Superstar Bonus Tracks. He also fronted ITV1’s Boat Race coverage, which was nominated for a Broadcast Award.
In 2010 Mark joined ESPN to host the company’s Aviva Premiership Rugby coverage alongside Austin Healey. Mark previously hosted Sky Sports Centre on Sky Sports and was the front man of Sky’s Bafta-winning rugby coverage from 1997. He also wrote a regular column for Metro Newspapers as the ‘Voice of O2’ for the England Rugby Team at the Rugby World Cup.
Mark Durden-Smith has hosted a variety of events with great success. His charisma, enthusiasm and competence as host or facilitator have impressed and delighted a variety of corporate clients, many of whom continue to invite him back to host year after year. Mark’s extensive client list includes O2 (Scrum in the Park), Britvic, The Carphone Warehouse, Halifax, Nestlé, Jet Airways, The Post Office, Adobe Systems Europe, Pentland Group, The Dog’s Trust, Samsung, The Sun (Police Bravery Awards), and Big Table PR (Nottingham Restaurant Awards)… to name a few!