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Kate Heavenor (born 1980, Glasgow) is a Scottish children's television presenter for the BBC. She began her career on the then-new BBC digital channel, BBC Choice, presenting The Crew Room, a Saturday morning show. She later moved on to the main BBC services, presenting shows such as Fully Booked, FBI, Children In Need, Eureka TV and the technology series Hyperlinks. She also presented Celebdaq for BBC Three and for the National Lottery Daily Play. She was on Live Roulette from 2008 to 2010 on Sky 866.
She was gunged at least twice on the CBBC game Buzzy Bees, having buckets of porridge, baked beans and jelly poured on her head.
Heavenor gave birth to her first child in early 2011.
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