HOMES Under The Hammer has long been staple viewing for property show aficionados.
The show has been presented by various faces over the years, but here are the figures currently presenting the daytime show…
Homes Under The Hammer presenters: Who hosts the property show?
Born in Warrington on July 20 1963, Martin started out his career at BBC Radio Manchester.
Along with his media career, the 54-year-old has always had an interest in houses and started developing property in the early 1990s.
he landed his first job on TV when he was made a regular presenter on much-loved BBC travel show Wish You Were Here?
He co-presented it with telly icon Judith Chalmers, and was often seen making viewers green with envy at his sun-soaked explorations.
Martin has also presented shows such as Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is and How to Survive the Property Crisis.
Alongside his TV work, Martin has his own Saturday morning TalkRadio show.
Dion Dublin is an ex-pro footballer, playing for England and turning out for several clubs including Manchester United, Coventry and Aston Villa.
After playing football, Dublin worked in the media as a pundit, commentator and football phone-in presenter on Sky and the BBC.
In 2015, he became the beneficiary of a BBC Diversity Creative Talent Fund grant for training up promising future TV presenters and began presenting Homes Under the Hammer that year.
On top of a successful TV and sporting career, Dion is a keen percussionist and even invented an instrument called The Dube.
Maxwell is an experienced journalist and presenter, who began her career at The Sun.
From 2000-2006, she was also in charge of a weekly column in The Scottish Sun.
She went on to become a TV newspaper reviewer, presenting segments on The One Show, Landward and On The Road.
When she joined Homes Under The Hammer in 2017, she said: “Property runs through my family, from plastering to building homes through the generations.
"It’s in my blood. I can’t wait to get started alongside Martin and Dion.”
Jacqui Joseph is a presenter and producer.
She previously worked on the 15-part makeover series, Room 2 B You on Discovery Home.
She has also worked on GMTV, Daybreak, Lorraine and This Morning.
Jacqui's mother is a decorator and seamstress, and she has inherited a love for deisgn.
Joseph now owns her own homeware label, Jacqui Joseph Designs and presented BET Style, customising clothes.
Jacqui spoke to Morning Live about her new role as a presenter on Homes Under The Hammer: "I’m so thrilled and excited to be joining Homes Under The Hammer, it’s a series that I‘ve watched for many years.
"Property and interior design are real passions of mine, so I am really looking forward to meeting buyers and hearing their plans as well as joining what is a fantastic team of presenters."
Tommy Walsh is a TV presenter and celebrity builder.
He is best known for presenting Ground Force alongside Charlie Dimmock and Alan Titchmarsh from 1997 to 2005.
He went on to star in Fix It Yourself for Discovery Real Time in 2010 and its spin-off Fix Your House for Free.
Tommy also presented Cowboys & Angels on BBC1.
The presenter also owns his own DIY brand that is currently sold in Poundland shops across the UK.
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