Renowned consumer journalist, broadcaster and TV presenter
Alice Beer: Biography highlights
Alice Beer has a reputation as a fearless and thorough consumer journalist. She has worked in the media for twenty years as a researcher, producer and director but is more well known for her years fronting flagship BBC programmes.
Full biography of Alice Beer
Alice is ITV This Morning’s resident consumer rights champion and also regularly appears on ITV’s Good Morning Britain to discuss consumer matters.
She first made her name on the BBC consumer show Watchdog, co-presenting alongside Anne Robinson, where she took undercover reporting jobs and exposed some of the biggest industries in the country for the way they were treating consumers. Alice went on to front many major BBC Series mostly with a strong consumer angle: Healthcheck, Face Value, Holiday and a financial quiz: Show Me The Money. She has also hosted Channel 5’s Hot Property programme and LBC’s Breakfast Radio Show.
Alice Beer is renowned for her tenacity and energy and whilst bringing up twin daughters has written a book “A Contented House With Twins”, published by Random House, and regularly contributed to various television programmes. She continues to write for newspapers and magazines and works behind the scenes as a consultant with many household high street companies, ensuring that their customers get a fair deal.
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Health Tech & You Awards
The event went extremely well and Alice was absolutely superb. We couldn't have had a better host. Please forward to her our most sincere thanks for managing the stage with such enthusiasm, sense of humour and elegance.'
Retail Week Customer Experience Summit
'I cannot tell you how brilliant it was to have Alice with us! She was an absolute star - she's so engaging, fiercely intelligent and a total pleasure to work with. I enjoyed her company very much, and I know our delegates absolutely loved her as Chair. The feedback was incredibly positive from everyone!'
Radio Morning for WaterSafe
'Just to say that Alice was absolutely brilliant on our radio day. She takes such care in getting to grips with the issues, and her journalistic style makes her a very credible spokesperson, which is essential when dealing with consumer issues.'