Debbie Flint is the proud presenter of QVC Home Shopping Channel in the UK. But she's also had her fair share of jobbing presenter work.
She was the first girl in the hot seat on children's BBC TV, replacing Phillip Schofield in the broom cupboard, ('86/87). Then she shared a couch with Eamonn Holmes to help launch BBC Daytime TV on Open Air ('86/87).
Years later, she finally hosted her own BBC1 game show (Meet The Challenge, '98) and has co-presented and reported on numerous other live magazine and entertainment and news shows on Living, BSB, Telewest, SSVC Forces TV, and many radio shows, Piccadilly, LBC, Mercury, Eclipse, BFBS. She has clocked up over 20,000 hours of live ad-lib presenting on shopping TV - QVC, Ideal World, Bid TV, HSE, Simply Television - and is one of the country's foremost DRTV consultants, writing, producing and presenting infomercials, including two of the most successful shows in the UK in the early 2000's. Click here to watch her old showreel
After nine years away Debbie returned to QVC in October 2009 and is currently one of the top UK shopping television presenters.
Her passion is for script-writing and Debbie is creating her first screenplay in partnership with director and screenwriter Malcolm Needs including period drama and contemporary romance for TV.
Having written short stories for Disney when her children were small (Buena Vista, ‘Rise and Shine’) Debbie Flint published her first novel to Amazon in summer 2013.
It has sold over 6,000 copies and been highly reviewed by the time her second novel was released in November 2013. That novel shot straight into the top 15 in the Humour Chart. The third will be out in Summer 2014, forming the romantic comedy trilogy ‘Hawaiian Escape,’ Hawaiian Affair’ and ‘Hawaiian Retreat’. Her author page is here.
Debbie also writes a weekly blog which gets over 22,000 views per week.
Debbie is the mother of two grown up children and lives in Surrey, UK with her four Labradors.