Edith Bowman

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Edith Eleanor Bowman (born 15 January 1974) is a Scottish music critic, radio DJ and television presenter. She is mostly known for hosting the weekday afternoon show and from September 2009 weekend morning on BBC Radio 1 and for presenting a variety of music related television shows and music festivals.

Media career


Bowman's first on-screen job on TV was as a news reader on MTV UK. She went on to host many shows for the station, including co-presenting chart show Hitlist UK with Cat Deeley, with whom she also presented travel show Roadtripping for BBC Choice in 2002.

She became a presenter on Channel 4's breakfast show when it launched on 29 April 2002.

In 2004, she co-presented the BBC Scotland series Teen Commandments with Cameron Stout. After occasional appearances in 2003, Bowman co-presented Top of the Pops up until the end of the series, replacing Fearne Cotton while she was away. In total she appeared on the show ten times including the final weekly episode. She returned to Top of the Pops for the 2006 Christmas Special.

Since 2005, she has been the voice of the television and radio adverts for the electrical store, Comet.

She has also presented various music programmes for Channel 4 such as Channel 4 Presents... and TBA. Edith also appeared on children's art program SMart in 2007.

Edith regularly appears on coverage of festivals such as Glastonbury, T In The Park and Reading and Leeds Festival, for both BBC Radio and...
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