Kirsty Needham has been a journalist since 1994, and since 1997 a news reporter and feature writer for the The Sydney Morning Herald. In 2002/03, she worked as a freelance contributor to The South China Morning Post and in 2004 accepted a Medialink/ Australia-China Council fellowship to spend three months in China working as a journalist with the China Daily in Beijing.
Sharon Neill, blind from birth, was studying at college when she first discovered she had an ability to talk to the dead. She began to hone her talents by trying out readings on her friends and, after working as a receptionist for a few years and doing readings in her own time, she gradually became a full-time medium. She now regularly tours the country, and her events most often sell out within a matter of days.
Paul Nicholls is the UK's most successful National Hunt trainer, winning the Cheltenham Gold Cup on four occasions, so far. He has been Champion Trainer for five consecutive seasons from 2005 to 2009/10.
Queen Noor was born in the USA, living in New York, California and Washington before going to university at Princeton, where she joined the first freshman class to accept women. She majored in architecture and urban planning. After graduating she worked in Australia, Iran and Jordan before meeting King Hussein. With sons educated in England (one trained as a soldier at Sandhurst), Queen Noor now divides her time between the UK, Jordan and New York.