Katy Hill

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Katy Hill (born 15 April 1971) is an English television presenter, who worked on the BBC children's magazine programme Blue Peter for five years.


Born in Poole, Dorset, her father, Chris Hill, was the local vicar and he now regularly contributes to Trans World Radio. Hill has two siblings, an elder brother Simon and a younger sister Naomi. She gained 9 'O' levels and 4 'A' Levels at St. Edwards Church of England School in Romford, Essex and before she started acting she worked in a record shop.


Hill began her media career with voluntary work in Essex at EastWard hospital television, and presented "Katy's Capers" on BBC Radio Essex, before transferring to Nickelodeon. While working for BBC channel controllers and the Head of Children's Television, as a BBC secretary she bombarded the Editor of Blue Peter with ideas and showreels, which resulted in an audition.

On 23 June 1995, Hill joined the CBBC TV programme Blue Peter and left the show on 19 June 2000. Her assignments included living in Mongolia with a family for a week, training with the England football squad for a World Cup special, joining the Cirque du Soleil and of course making things from yoghurt pots and sticky back plastic. She won the 2000 Children's BAFTA Award for Best Presenter,...
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