7 September 1971
|Spouse(s)||Mark Brown 48 (Common Law)|
Lisa Rogers (born 7 September 1971) is a television presenter. She has appeared in films, television programmes, theatre and radio.
Rogers started her television career behind the scenes working as a researcher on shows including Johnny Vaughan's The Fall Guy, The Girlie Show, Absolutely Animals and Light Lunch with fellow researcher Dermot O'Leary.
While Rogers was working as an assistant producer and not wishing to miss the World Cup, a friend suggested she audition for the football show Under the Moon on Channel 4. She first starred on Channel 4’s Big Breakfast in June 2000, when she hosted the "Find Me a Weather Presenter" segment. This resulted in an irregular role, which led to later co-presenting, before the show ended in March 2002. She was also the presenter of the reality television show The Block. Rogers regularly wore large hoop earrings during this period, something that became her trademark. She played the character Tanya in the 2000 TV mini series Lock, Stock..., a spin-off from the film Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.
From 2002 to 2008, Rogers co-presented the Channel 4 engineering game show Scrapheap Challenge alongside Robert Llewellyn. To date, Rogers is the show's second-longest standing presenter, after Llewellyn. The duo also presented the spin-off series The Scrappy Races from 2003 to 2005. In 2003, Rogers also presented the ITV documentary series Mistresses, and appeared as a regular panellist on Loose Women.
As of 2008, Rogers has most recently been seen as the presenter of Sunshine for Channel 4, which previewed the new Danny Boyle film of the same name, and as a regular presenter of Sky One's motoring programme Vroom Vroom.
In August 2008, what started as a job as presenter of a documentary ended up becoming a polemic about genital plastic surgery, The Perfect Vagina, with her changed status being reflected as "Author" rather than simply "Presenter". In 2009, she reunited with Llewellyn for an episode of his web-based interview series, Carpool.
Rogers is also one of eight celebrities chosen to participate in an intense week learning Welsh in an eco-friendly chic campsite in Pembrokeshire in the series cariad@iaith:love4language shown on S4C in May 2012.
Rogers' family originates from Trellech near Monmouth. She had a high-profile relationship with Ralf Little, before splitting in 2002. In 2003, she entered into an affair with the late former Stereophonics drummer Stuart Cable. They were seeing each other at the time he was sacked from the group. She currently lives in Monmouthshire, with her two daughters from a relationship with an ex-Scrapheap Challenge contestant. Rogers was pregnant while presenting the 2007 series of Scrapheap, and in the episode featuring a Wellington boot-throwing contest, she joked that if she got any more excited she would go into labour.
|2010||Welsh Rugby in the Noughties ||Presenter||2010|
|2009||Sport Wales ||Presenter||2009–|
|2008||The Perfect Vagina||Presenter||2008|
|2008||The Wright Stuff||Guest Panelist||2008 (1 episode)|
|2006||Vroom Vroom||Presenter||2006–2007 (2 episodes)|
|2006||Brainiac's Test Tube Baby||Guest||2006 (1 episode)|
|2006||Scrapheap Challenge: Scrappy Races Rally||Co-presenter||2006 (1 series)|
|2006||Holiday||Reporter||2006 (1 episode)|
|2004||The Block||Presenter||2004 (1 series)|
|2003||Loose Women||Panelist||2003 (6 episodes)|
|2003||Scrapheap Challenge: The Scrappy Races||Presenter||2003–2005 (series 1 and series 2)|
|2002||Scrapheap Challenge||Presenter||2002–2008 (series 5 to series 10)|
|2002||Shooting Stars||Guest Panelist||2002 (1 episode)|
|2002||Celebrity Addicts||Presenter||2002 (1 series)|
|2001||People Do the Craziest Things||Presenter||2001 (1 series)|
|2001||I Love 1980's||Guest||2001 (4 episodes)|
|2001||I Love 1990's||Guest||2001 (1 episode)|
|2001||100 Greatest Kids' TV shows||Presenter||2001|
|2001||A Question of TV||Guest Panelist||2001 (1 episode)|
|2001||Liquid News||Guest||2001 (1 episode)|
|2001||Never Mind the Buzzcocks||Guest Panelist||2001 (1 episode)|
|2001||The Big Breakfast||Presenter||2001–2002|
|2000||It's Only TV...But I Like It||Guest||2000 (1 episode)|
|2000||Grudge Match||Presenter||2000 (1 series)|
|2000||Exclusive||Guest||2000 (1 episode)|
|2000||Top of the Pops Plus||Presenter||2000 (1 series)|
|1999||The Games Room (Challenge TV)||Presenter||1999|
|1999||20th Century Stuff||Presenter||1999 (1 series)|
|1998||Under the Moon||Presenter||1998 (1 series)|
- "Just the Job - Take it from me... Josie D'Arby and Lisa Rogers". BBC Online. Retrieved 2011-05-31.
- Mainwaring, Rachel (2003-05-25). "All the fun of the affair!; Saucy Lisa tackles TV mistresses.". Wales on Sunday, via the Free Library. Retrieved 2011-05-31.
- Rogers, Lisa (2008-08-15). "The quest for the perfect vagina". The Guardian (London). Retrieved 2010-05-07.
- Stone, Antony (2010-06-07). "Tributes paid to former Stereophonics drummer Stuart Cable". The Independent (London). Retrieved 2010-06-07.
- Llewellyn, Robert (2009-05-01). "Carpool: Lisa Rogers". Carpool. Retrieved 2011-05-30.
- Scrapheap Challenge, Series 9 Episode 15: "Welly Wanging", Channel 4. 2007.
- "BBC - BBC One Programmes". BBC Cymru Wales website. BBC One. 2010-04-02. Retrieved 2010-06-07.
- "BBC - BBC Two Programmes - Sport Wales 21/05/10". BBC One website. BBC Two. 2010-05-21. Retrieved 2010-06-07.