THE Gadget Show is one of the longest running shows in the UK that gives its audience access to the latest gadget reviews.
Here we take a look at the current presenters of the Channel 5 show.
Who are the presenters of The Gadget Show?
The initial line-up of The Gadget Show consisted of Jason Bradbury, Suzi Perry and Jon Bentley.
But over the years, the presentation team has undergone several changes.
Countdown’s Rachel Reilly even had a one-year stint.
And in August 2022, it was revealed that Craig Charles would not be returning to the Consumer Program after five years.
Here are the current Channel 5 presenters.
Ortis rose to fame as a contestant on the popular Saturday night show Blind Date, hosted by Cilla Black.
He went on to present various CBBC shows including Xchange, Wonderful World of Weird and X-perimental.
Ortis joined the team on Channel 5’s mainstream tech show The Gadget Show alongside Suzi Perry, Jon Bentley and Jason Bradbury, but left in 2012.
But returned on March 10, 2014 for the revamped version of the show.
Georgie is a tech journalist from Manchester who knows all about the latest digital trends.
She was a regular face on ITV’s Weekend and Channel 5’s The Saturday Show and The Wright Stuff.
She joined The Gadget show in 2017 after Jason Bradbury left.
Speaking about his new TV role at the time, Georgie said: “I’ve watched The Gadget Show for almost half my life so I’m thrilled to have the chance to join the team.
“It really is a dream come true!”
For 12 years, between 1987 and 1999, Jon was the producer and executive producer of Top Gear.
Her role helped launch the TV careers of Jeremy Clarkson, Quentin Wilson and Vicki Butler-Henderson.
Jon was also the producer of the Fifth Gear series from 2002 to 2004, while a corner of the Top Gear test track is named after him.
In 2004, he decided to go in front of the camera and joined The Gadget Show as a presenter.
However, in February 2012, it was announced that the show’s format was changing – and Jon was leaving the show.
But just a year later, in April 2013, Channel 5 bosses admitted defeat and reverted the tech show to its previous format.
Jon joined the presenting team alongside Countdown star Rachel Riley.