Best known for her hugely successful and immersive BBC3 documentaries, Cherry is now a well-known consumer presenter for the BBC.
In addition to her BBC 3 docs, Cherry has also had hits for BBC 1, notably Britain’s Favourite Supermarket Foods in which she investigated everything from food labelling to the best way to make a great cup of tea, and Secrets of the Sales where she explored the psychology of sales shopping and the tricks the high street stores use to keep us coming back for more.
Cherry has forged a path on BBC 2 with Don’t Buy This Buy That, which saw Cherry testing a huge range of products from juicers to lawn mowers to inform and help consumers when buying in store or online, as well as Britain’s Supermarkets: What’s in it for us? She has also co-presented two series of Inside the Factory with Greg Wallace, as well as the recent Christmas Special. In addition to competing on Masterchef, Cherry has also recently co-presented The Health Detectives on Channel 4 with Dr Pixie McKenna.
Outside of the BBC, Cherry enjoyed her first taste of live presenting with The Jump: On the Piste in January 2015 on E4 which saw her interview the contestants from the show every night in her very own Alpine bar. Cherry’s broadcasting success has also taken hold in the US where she has presented FYI’s Find My First Love.
In addition to her TV work, Cherry recently published her first book ‘Letters to my Fanny’. In this hilarious and candid memoir about twenty-first-century womanhood, Cherry shares outrageous, poignant and eye-wateringly funny confessions in a love letter to her body.
Cherry fronts a new three-part series The Best of British Takeaways with Tom Kerrridge for BBC2, on our screens weekly from Tuesday 14th March at 7.00pm.
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