Maggie's television career encompasses Hospital Watch, Bodymatters Roadshow, QED, and BBC2's women's documentary series The Doll's House. She has worked as a medical and consumer reporter for This Morning on ITV and also presented film reports for BBC's current affairs programme 4x4, as well as a series of 20 programmes called Heartland for Channel Health. She presented 40 editions of the science programme Wideworld for Channel 5 and in October 2003 spearheaded the BBC's 'Talking Teenagers' project across television and radio.
If one theme runs through Maggie's career, it's a talent for handling 'live' shows. This has made her popular in the corporate sector where her diverse range of broadcasting skills is a valuable asset for conferences, business presentations and corporate television.
Drawing on her unique experience with some of the greatest innovators and inventors of all time, Maggie talks with great humour, authority and style about the key ingredients of innovation and forward thinking in business. She has a unique resonance with audiences who not only watch her now on BBC Breakfast News but also grew up with her on the legendary Saturday morning children's show "Multi-Coloured Swap Shop". She is well known for her involvement in the promotion of women in business, science and technology.