An incredibly versatile host, Beverley can turn her hand to most projects with ease.
Her first job in front of the camera was for Granada Television’s popular live shopping channel SHOP in 2000 where she learnt the art of presenting live TV in a fast paced environment.
Thomas Cook TV’s Adrian Swift, now Head of Content and Creative Development at the ABC , was quick to poach Beverley for the launch of their travel channel in 2001. She remained there until 2007 hosting shows and segments in studio and on location, reporting from destinations including Maldives, Mexico, Italy, Morocco and France.
In 2001 Sky Sports employed Beverley to host The Adventure Race Series, an extreme sports competition taking place in various locations across the UK. Beverley then presented her own show for car enthusiasts Kits and Cruisin’ and co-hosted Motor Week with Top Gear UK presenter Richard Hammond.
In 2005 local Manchester Channel, Channel M gave Beverley her own celebrity chat show where she interviewed a whole host of stars including Lulu, Jamie Cullum, Amy Winehouse, Christopher Eccelstone, Andy Serkis and writer Dave Gorman. From 2004-2006 she also worked as a regular host for the live SKY channels Yes, Price Crash TV where her boss praised her ability to sell ice to Eskimos, quiz channel AVAGO and The Great Big British Quiz.
It was in 2006 that Beverley was recruited to host the live, late night celebrity quiz show The Mint for ITV1, the UK’s leading commercial channel. Her warm, funny, down to earth personality proved a huge hit with viewers young and old, netting her a legion of dedicated fans among the audience of 2 million a night. The show wrapped in 2007 when Beverley made the decision to start a new life in Australia.