Saira Khan

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Saira Khan
Born (1970-05-15) 15 May 1970 (age 46)
Long Eaton, Derbyshire, England
Occupation TV presenter, entrepreneur
Television The Apprentice (2005)
The Martin Lewis Money Show (2012—)
Guess This House (2015)
Loose Women (2015—)
Celebrity Big Brother (2016)
Spouse(s) Steven Hyde
Children 2
Website www.sairakhan.co.uk

Saira Khan (born 15 May 1970) is an English television personality. She was the runner-up on the first UK series of reality television show The Apprentice in 2005. Since then Khan has co-presented The Martin Lewis Money Show (2012–present) and in 2015, she presented an ITV daytime show called Guess This House.[1] She is currently a panellist on Loose Women.

Career[edit]

Khan has since become a regular face on British TV. In 2006, she presented Temper Your Temper, a programme dealing with anger management. She has presented several documentaries for the BBC including "Saira Khan's Pakistan Adventure" in 2007 and "Adopting Abroad, Saira's Story" in 2011, as well as appearing as a guest on a variety of BBC and ITV shows such as Ready Steady Cook and Countdown. She presented the CBBC show Trade Your Way to the USA and previously presented Beat the Boss. She presented an edition of the BBC's Money Programme about entrepreneurial mothers.

Khan has also contributed to radio notably to Radio 4's Woman's Hour and Radio 2's The Jeremy Vine Show as well as Radio 4's Any Questions?

In 2006, Khan set up a new campaign called OUR SAY to campaign for local and national referenda on issues of major public interest.[2] Khan also runs her own baby-products business called Miamoo.

She has also written a self-help book, P.U.S.H. For Success. Since 2012, she has co-hosted The Martin Lewis Money Show alongside Martin Lewis. In 2015, she appeared with her son on Big Star's Little Star where they won £14,000 for charity. In 2015, she began hosting Guess This House, a new daytime game show for ITV. The first series aired for 25x60 episodes. In September 2015, she became a regular panellist on Loose Women. In 2015, she appeared on an episode of Pointless Celebrities.

In July 2016, Khan entered the Celebrity Big Brother house and is currently taking part in the show's eighteenth series.[3][4]

Awards and nominations[edit]

In January 2013 and 2015, Khan was nominated for the Services to Media award at the British Muslim Awards.[5][6]

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